Over the years, it has been my pleasure to write more than 600 feature articles published in the Tourist News, Travel Maine, Discover Maine Magazine and other publications. I enjoy the discovery of research required to write a comprehensible article and appreciate the reaction from readers who have shared their praise for my work. If you have a writing assignment, let’s discuss how my writing experience can be put to work for you.
It’s was exciting to see the film I co-authored, 27 Down, produced by an independent movie company. When writing a script I take in account all the technical requirements necessary to tell a compelling story. If you need a script for feature films, advertising or promotional events, I can help.
With my professional theater experience as a writer, producer, directors, actor and back stage I know the inner workings of how to structure a stimulating plot, create convincing characters and weave a thoughtful theme. I’ve had success with dramatic stories, comedy and musicals. If you’re looking for an original theater piece, we should talk.
The television series Bruce McToose, Intrepid Traveler which I producer, co-wrote and editor appeared on the Maine Public Broadcasting Network, WMTW and Community Television Network in Portland, Maine. The concept features the character Bruce McToose traveling to towns in Maine with foreign connections, like Paris, Norway, Moscow, Mexico, China and many more. In Paris, Maine Bruce looks for the iconic Eiffel Tower, in Norway, Maine he searches for the dramatic fjords. Of course he doesn’t find them, but he meets local personalities who share with him the real story of their town. It’s history, geography, legends and fun. It’s like Benny Hill meets National Geographic. If you’d like to hear more about the potential of this series, contact me at email@example.com or call 207-590-7752.
So you’ve written a memoir, novel, short story or feature. It’s well known that every great writer needs a great editor. I’ve helped writers tighten, remove clutter, add focus and liven up their writing. Let me help you refine your writing before you send it for publication.
You’ve had this wonderful idea spinning around in your head for a while, but you just can’t get it on the page or your computer screen. I’ve worked as a ghost writer and have seen my words in print. Don’t let your gift to the world vanish with time or inaction. Share your thoughts with me and I’ll help you fashion them into a marketable story.
My memoir Rebel Without A Clue reveals some of the foolish, silly and downright outrageous events in my life. Yet, in spite of these calamities, somehow, I’ve managed to achieve some successes I look back on with a sense of pride and accomplishment. The memoir is available as an e-book for $5.99 and a paperback print version for $9.99 which you can order at Amazon.
The world needs to hear about the triumphs and events of your business or organization. A major way to get noticed comes with a feature in the media. An effective press release gets the attention of editors and producers who are often desperate to fill newspaper and magazine pages and radio and television air time. Share your details with me and I’ll fashion a press release into a readable format to get you the results you want.
Brochures, product literature and blogs help generate interest in your products and services. Let me help you find your customers with well written and motivation copy that inspires your audience to take action.
Call or email me for details, fee and time schedule. e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Phone: 207-590-7752.
Examples of writing by Steve Hrehovcik
After four years of brutal fighting the American Civil War at last came to an end in 1865. At the surrender ceremony at Appomattox Court House, Virginia one of Maine’s sons, Joshua L. Chamberlainread more
This is the rhythmic cadence you hear when you ride a trolley car at Seashore Trolley Museum in Kennebunkport. But it is more than the repetitive sound of the trolley’s wheels beating a temporead more
Meet Kenneth Lewis Roberts, (1885 – 1957) famed writer of historical novels, distinguished local citizen and irritable neighbor.read more
So begins one of William Shakespeare’s famous soliloquies in his comedy of wayward lovers, As You Like It. Serving as the world’s stage in Kennebunk this summer is Lafayette Park where theread more
Of course you’ve heard about the many attractions that make Southern Maine so popular with vacationers – the beaches, restaurants, clothing, gift and antique shops, theaters, clubs and a myriad of events. Just inread more
When artist Ronald Kullaway moves his left arm he winches in pain – for two reasons. One reason is the physical pain caused by the fall that broke a bone in his upper arm. Kullaway’s accident occurredread more
As soon as Hollywood decides to make a movie that features a bookstore in the plot, the perfect model for the lead role would be Douglas Harding, owner of Harding Books & Maps store in Wells.read more
Back in the glory years of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, studio chief Louis B. Mayer boasted that M-G-M had more stars under contract than there were stars in the heavensread more
One of Maine’s most prominent and beloved citizens was Margaret Chase Smith.
She was born in Skowhegan on December 14, 1897 and passed away May 29, 1995.