Lucy V. Hay is a script editor, author and blogger who helps writers. She’s been the script editor and advisor on numerous UK features and shorts & has also been a script reader for 20 years, providing coverage for indie prodcos, investors, screen agencies, producers, directors and individual writers.
Lucy is also an author, publishing as both LV Hay and Lizzie Fry.
Lizzie’s latest, THE COVEN, is out now with Sphere Books and LV’s debut crime novel THE OTHER TWIN is being adapted by the Emmy-nominated Free@Last TV.
Lucy’s site at www.bang2write.com has appeared in Top 100 round ups for Writer’s Digest & The Write Life, as well as been a UK Blog Awards Finalist and Feedspot’s #1 Screenwriting blog in the UK (tenth in the world!).
Below is a selection of produced projects Lucy has been involved in and/or read for various schemes, companies, organisations and/or individual producers, writers & directors.
Hey there…new member to your blog. Love the honesty that you bring. Will keep reading. Thanks,
ANd she worked for me and she is truly GREaT – I’m good in spelling mistakes — bad English still she didn’t give up on me — so I can only say if you need real help – this is the place to turn too —
I’m not a Facebook or Twitter customer, and at this time don’t plan to become one. Is there a way to ask questions about your service through simple email service?
Hi there Rich, by all means contact me via email whenever you want on Bang2write@aol.com and I’ll answer your message as soon as I can. The links above re: my rate card is a PDF and hosted by Dropbox, which anyone can download from (you don’t need to have it yourself). Hope that helps, LV
Hi love, great blog. I will definitely use your infinite wisdom on my first 20 pages:)
Glad it’s of use! Thanks for letting me know 😀
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Cool site, and neat advice. Just signed up for your monthly roundup. Thanks for offering :>) Is great to see a young female voice speaking her truth!
Welcome, Sandy! The newsletter went out yesterday, you can find it here: http://mad.ly/cbe184?o=tm 😀
Thanks for this Lucy, it’s exactly what I need. I’ve written two comedy pilots and three screenplays and I need to know how to get them out there. Thanks to you I know what next steps to take without making obvious mistakes. Thanks again.
You’re welcome Karen, best of luck with your projects! 🙂
Great Blog, great insight! Wanted to know do you offer any “mentor” services for up and coming writers? If not can you possibly point a new writer in the right direction?
Hi Erick, I certainly do, though I am booking quite far ahead atm. Just email me and we can chat.
Hi, Love your website. Very informative and detailed. Just signed up for the newsletter
Keep up the great work.
As a new /old writer (64) this is a great resource for me.I have one of my scripts in BlueCat at the moment and am writing a horror from my home town of Bristol which has an all female cast. quite challenging for a bloke but based on a true story that involved my mum so easier to relate to. so difficult to find good information for older writers like me and am very grateful for this site.
Would love to know more about you and what you do. I’m a indie author of three books (mystery/thrillers) looking for an agent or movie producer. Any help/advice would be greatly appreciated.
Hi Gerald, this site has help on all of this. Check out the FAQs page here which has a full rundown of everything you need, from craft to adaptation to legal >> http://bang2write.com/b2w-faqs-your-questions-answered. You can also find free stuff to download like reference guides, cheat sheets, ebooks and even a free online course on The B2W Resources Page. Good luck!