The service that helps writers publish or produce celebrates 19 years helping writers

Now, after 19 years of helping writers find book agents, publishers and film industry contacts, Publishers Agents and Films ( goes strong. After helping over 1000 writers over the years and getting over 300 testimonials, the company continues to help many book and screenplay writers every month.

The way the service works is that it sends email inquiries to editors and agents interested in that type of manuscript from the writer’s email using special software. Interested publishers and agents then contact the writers directly. Many writers have used the service multiple times for new books. When the service started in the early days of email usage, the Wall Street Journal wrote about it, spreading the word about the service around the world.

Writer and editor Gini Graham Scott started the Publishers Agents and Films service as a result of being a writer herself and trying to find publishers and agents for her books, as well as producers and agents for her screenplays. She then started helping other writers do the same. In this way, she found traditional publishers for more than 50 books and, since then, she has published more than 200 of her books through her company Changemakers Publishing. She has also written and produced 18 feature films and documentaries, and I have used the service to find distributors. In addition, she works with a team including a web designer, publicist, and social media specialist to help writers once their book is published or their movie is released.

More recently, he has been writing a series of books on scams and how to avoid them, including the big scam, about a book-to-movie scam he discovered. It was based on using fake executives from real companies to get book authors to pay more and more to write the materials they needed for a presentation and to pay for a marketing campaign that went nowhere. The story of uncovering this scam and the victims who were scammed has been made into a documentary called cheated, which is signing up for film festivals and will be released next year. Gini discovered the scam as a ghostwriter writing scripts, synopses, show bibles and other legitimate material for the company’s clients, when he spoke to one of his clients. He then found 10 more who had been duped. They appear in the book, and many of them are in the movie.

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Later, he investigated more scams and wrote I have been cheated, featuring several dozen scams and how to avoid them, which has also been made into a documentary called cheated to be released next year. Has a “Scammed” Facebook group with about 1,850 members that features articles about scams, though many people who join, at least 250 of them, are actually scammers trying to get members to contact them or their contacts for help to get your money back. She has been blocking, rejecting or ignoring their efforts to send posts as this is an example of scammers trying to scam people who have already been scammed.

She also ghostwriters for dozens of book and screenplay authors, many of whom refer her from ghostwriting services, desktop publishing companies, and local business referral groups.

If you’re interested in these various ways you help other writers, I’d be happy to talk with you or answer any questions online. You can see more about Publishers Agents Films at, about his writing at, and about the films at He has a YouTube channel at Changemakers Publishing, where you can watch videos about the various things he’s been up to.

It is based in Danville/San Ramon. You can call and email her at [email protected]

karen andrew

Executive Assistant

Changemakers Publishing and Writing

Editors Agents Movies

San Ramon, CA

(925) 804-6333

[email protected]

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