Regency is one of my favorite genres. I recently took a class to learn the nuances of title usage and Regency slang and manners. I thought it would benefit my historical clients and improve my knowledge as a reader. There is nothing more irritating than finding an obvious gaffe in a historical romance. Check out … Continue reading A Gentleman Thief by Meredith Bond
I have recently read several articles that bemoan the use St. Patty's rather than the correct St. Paddy's Day. Here's a fun cartoon to help you remember the difference! St. Patrick was male, which makes the shortened version Paddy.
Still Not Over You is Book # 5 in Barbara Lohr's Man From Yesterday series. I love editing this contemporary romance series and this book did not disappoint. Lohr puts a spin on the typical romantic tale by beginning with a couple divorced for the past year. She pulls the heartstrings as they struggle with … Continue reading Still Not Over You by Barbara Lohr
When you find yourself editing your New Year Resolutions!
I love a good pun. Couldn't resist a little editing humor for Christmas!
Wow! This is what makes it all worthwhile. Thanks for allowing The Editing Hall to be a part of your journey! Congratulations to Paul on this intense psychological thriller and dark romance. I've never read anything quite like it! "The Editing Hall honed the dramatic flow and fine-tuned grammar and dramatic unfolding for the 2017 … Continue reading Congrats to Goddess of the Wild Thing by Paul DeBlassie III
'Tis the season for some Christmas cackles! Wishing everyone happy holidays!
Surrender to Darkness by Valerie Twombly is Book #5 in the Eternally Mated series. Twombly gives us an intense and unique look at angels and demons that sucks a reader into her paranormal world. I have truly enjoyed editing this series. If you like PRN, gritty characters, graphic action, and extreme sizzle, try this author. … Continue reading Surrender To Darkness by Valerie Twombly
Abdicate (v.), to give up all hope of ever having a flat stomach. So go ahead, make up some of your own. I like to change the words I don't like. Word play will make you think, giggle, and roll those eyes. Only American English can provide so much free entertainment!
I'm a sucker for a good Regency. It's the first in Ella J. Quince's Desperate and Daring series, and you can try it for free! Miss Heather Everly desperately needs to get married, but not just any suitor will do. Her family is harboring a dark secret and on the brink of ruin. Only the … Continue reading Desperate For A Duke by Ella J. Quince