Maaja L. Wentz

Biography

I am a librarian, teacher, francophile and culture vulture. I write drama and fiction for kids and imaginative adults. Happy reading!

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Books

The Fiendish Plot of Doctor Cyclone
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 6,090. Language: English. Published: April 30, 2012. Category: Screenplays » Comedy
Can a handful of kids defeat a cyborg army -- and their parents? The Fiendish Plot of Doctor Cyclone is a lunar comedy orbiting your funny bone. When the parents on a Moon base start acting strangely, it is up to their kids to battle a mad scientist with a heart of titanium. This comic screenplay is perfect for video or stage. Suitable for family viewing, it was first produced in 2011.

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childrens    comedy    cyborg fiction    dr cyclone    drama    moon    play    school play    science fiction    screenplay    script    space    space adventure    teen    villain   

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Smashwords book reviews by Maaja L. Wentz

  • The Secrets to Ebook Publishing Success on July 08, 2012

    Mark Coker does it again with this in-depth guide to epublishing success. I used his previous formatting guide to publish a children's screenplay with little expectation of financial gain. With this new guide, Coker has inspired me to consider epublishing my current manuscripts-in-progress, instead of submitting to agents or publishers. Informative, clear and inspiring, this guide is a must-read for prospective Smashwords authors.
  • The 10-Minute PR Checklist - Earn the Publicity You Deserve on July 30, 2012

    I read this book partly as a Mark Coker fan and partly as an author thinking about platform building. The information is solid and the techniques viable. Company managers, owners and CEO's will find this a valuable read. There is also material here for smaller business owners. One of the best points Coker makes is that in order to have good media relations and promotion, a company must be doing something newsworthy, but also worthwhile. Marketing can influence policies and make a company better and more responsible to the public. For people thinking about ePublishing, this book is less relevant than Coker's other books, specifically devoted to publishing on Smashwords.