We work with a number of editors to provide our editing service. All our editors do amazing work, and we are proud to work with them!
If you ask my mother, I taught myself to read when I was three years old. I, of course, have no recollection of this, so I can’t attest to its truth, but what I do know is that language has been an important part of my life for a very long time.
I have a Certificate in Copy Editing from University of California – San Diego. I also have a BA in Creative Writing, a BA in History, and an MA in Literary, Cultural, and Textual Studies, all from University of Central Florida. When I’m not editing, I review books for School Library Journal and blog at Tales Between the Pages.
When asked to describe myself, I do it in two ways: First, I’m a gin drinker living in bourbon country. Second, I’m a cross between Jessica Fletcher from Murder, She Wrote and Daria—always congenial and whip-smart, with a touch of biting sarcasm.
Graeme Hague has been traditionally published by Pan Macmillan, Random House and Simon & Schuster, and has been self-publishing for over ten years bringing experience from both sides of the industry. As an editor he’s excited to work with any genre and focuses on all aspects of a manuscript to help the authors create the best book possible for our increasingly competitive marketplace.
I am a graduate of the Master of Professional Writing program at the University of Southern California, and I’ve worked as an editor, copy editor and proofreader for many publishing companies and individual clients over the past ten years. Companies I’ve worked for include Dorchester Publishing (former publisher of the popular Loveswept romances), Cobblestone Press, The Wild Rose Press, and many more! I specialize in copy editing and proofreading—I have an eye for detail and I love to make those sentences shine! I am also a writer myself, so I understand how important your words are to you and am very mindful of keeping the writer’s voice and intentions as my first priority.
Deborah Dove has worked for over twenty years as an editor and proofreader for books, magazines, and businesses. A true lover of the written word, there is little she enjoys more (other than maybe a nice glass of Merlot or a Starbucks peppermint mocha) than polishing stories—both fiction and non-fiction—to make them the best they can be.
Deborah is also an award-winning magazine writer and a bestselling author of women’s fiction and romance. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Texas with a concentration in creative writing.
A writer since age six, Mike Robinson is the author of nine books, including the dark fantasy trilogy The Enigma of Twilight Falls, Dreamshores: Monster Island, Skunk Ape Semester, Too Much Dark Matter, Too Little Gray: A Collection of Weird Fiction and more. His short fiction has appeared in over twenty outlets. A native of Los Angeles, he is a charter member of The Greater Los Angeles Writers Society (GLAWS), as well as an active screenwriter and producer. Though he initially cut his editing teeth on his own work, he has been a professional book and prose editor now for eleven years. In between, he hikes, swims, and plays baseball not nearly as often as he would like.