Want a FREE PRINT copy of Celtx: Open Source Screenwriting? Then look no further… The guys at Packt Publishing have kindly provided me with one for a lucky winner!

If you want to win this book, then comment/leave your name and email address IN THIS POST by 5pm, FRIDAY JUNE 3RD 2011, for a chance to win. I will get one of my spawn to pick one of the names at random after this and arrange for the book to be sent to you. Please pass this opportunity on to all your writery friends!

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18 Responses to COMMENT TO WIN: Celtx Open Source Screenwriting Book

  1. www.radiowriter.com says:

    Anything that can help is helpful! @OnewordTF (email address available through Twitter)

  2. Teenie Russell says:

    Yes please :-) teeniedotrussellatgmaildotcom

  3. reelcitizen says:

    Me! Me! Me! Rich Badley (rich at reelcitizen dot co dot uk)

  4. Keith says:

    oooh! A 4 to 1 chance. I like those odds.

  5. Lucy V says:

    Only if you leave your email address too, Keith!!!

  6. Batman says:

    This is the beginning, of the comment, for the contest entry….


  7. MereDUHth says:



  8. Anonomous Writer says:

    I wouldn't say no……


  9. Rob says:

    I'm pretty certain I only use about 10% of Celtx abilities so winning this would be brilliant!

  10. RJ Baker says:

    RJ Baker


  11. Nate Phillipps says:

    Nate Phillipps, narcher_007(at)hotmail.com

  12. Phil Peel says:

    Now this is difficult

    what to say in the comment?

    I've got writer's block…



  13. Z One says:

    Thanks. What a great idea. I am not amused cruising around in the Wiki trying to find the answer to a question.
    Zara Altair

  14. Roisin says:

    rose _ hall (at) live (dot) com

    The last thing I won was an oversized plush lobster at a fair about ten years ago……I'm thinking this may prove more useful?

  15. Edward says:

    I just started using the free version of this for my upcoming comic from bricktopstudios! amazing program so far. would love this!!

    Edward Row



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