Your Writing Muse
Melissa looks forward to hearing from you!
Melissa is located in the White Mountains of New Hampshire and she works remotely with clients everywhere by phone, email, and Skype. She is used to a virtual office and working around people's schedules in all time zones.
Contact Melissa for a FREE 10 minute consultation by phone or Skype!
Just fill out the form below (or email [email protected]) with your writing concerns, goals, phone number, and the best time to reach you weekdays between 9 AM - 6 PM, EST.
* All phone consultations are provided FREE within all 50 states of the U.S.
(If you are contacting Melissa from outside the U.S., the consultation can be done by either you calling her or over Skype.)
* All work is done in English.
* Only U.S. funds (dollars) are accepted.
* All payments for client projects are accepted by PayPal.
(The project's overall budget, timeline, and payment schedule will be discussed at the time of the consultation, so please be ready to discuss your project's budget. For all service fees, refer to the Services Offered page.)
*Email Response Time: 24 - 48 Hours, Weekdays
(Since Melissa is busy with her own writing projects as well as other clients' work please allow up to 48 hours, weekdays only, for an email response to set up your appointment time to speak with her. Thank you!)
* Please do not send any of your writing projects until an agreement to work together is set up. Anything sent before that will not be read. Thank you.
How to Make Payments to Melissa Pilgrim at Your Writing Muse:
To Pay by Paypal: Please click on the "Pay Now" Paypal Button to the left. An invoice will open up, allowing you to type in the full amount to be paid directly to Melissa's Paypal Account. A receipt will be emailed back to you once payment is received. Thank You!
Payments for working on client projects are accepted by Paypal only.
Performance Rights Fees for plays are also accepted by Paypal only.
Happy Writing! ―Your Writing Muse.com
And Lastly, Here are Some Great Quotes about Writing and Using Your Imagination to Ponder...
“The difference between the right word and the almost right word is the difference
between lightning and a lightning bug.”
“Don't tell me the moon is shining; show me the glint of light on broken glass.”
“I am enough of an artist to draw freely upon my imagination. Imagination is more
important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world.”
“Why, sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.”
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Producers & Directors: If you are interested in any of Melissa's Film & TV Projects or you'd like to discuss a Writing Assignment, please contact her manager Marc Wax by emailing: