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© 2018 Herb Williams-Dalgart
  • Bachelor of Arts in English with a Creative Writing emphasis, UC Santa Barbara. Graduated with Honors

 

  • One year at England's Birmingham University including work at the Shakespeare Institute at Stratford-upon-Avon

 

  • Certificate in Screenwriting, UCLA

 

  • Advanced Novel Writing Coursework, UC Irvine

  • Quarter-finalist, Amazon's Breakthrough Novel Award

 

  • Winner‒Lake Arrowhead Film Festival, Best Screenplay

 

  • Top 10 Finalist‒Diane Thomas Award/Dreamworks SKG Screenplay Competition

 

  • Quarter-Finalist, Scriptapalooza

 

  • Top 10%‒Nicholl Fellowship, Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences Screenplay Competition

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  • Quarter-Finalist, American Screenwriters Association

Writing Consulting

If you're a writer, you may wonder why you need help from another writer. It's simple: writing is not the solitary endeavor many people think it is. We all need help to get better, do our best, and meet our goals. We all want our published works to be their best before they're released to the public. Who better to trust for that help than another writer?

 

As an award-winning novelist and screenwriter, I bring both a formal education and a pattern of success to my work and I love helping other writers reach their potential. There can't be too much great written work out there!

My Education
My Recent Honors & Awards
I can help writers...
  • Develop a narrative plan for your creative writing that will assure you capture your theme, plot, character, tone, and language in a way that helps you produce a compelling story

 

  • Create and support a structure for your narrative that fuels your creativity without stifling your unique voice

 

  • Develop rich characters with interesting perspectives that readers will want to follow

 

  • Create engaging detail that flows through your work but doesn't overwhelm your readers

 

  • Avoid repetition, cliché, unintended colloquialisms, common punctuation mistakes, and editorial errors

 

  • Prepare your manuscript for publication, either in print or for digital readers

 

  • Help you navigate the self-publishing world and explain options and trends in publishing