New Regency Series by Dayna Quince

I enjoy editing Dayna Quince's books. The plots are entertaining, the romance is steamy—I mean scorching—with the perfect amount of humor and angst sprinkled throughout the story. The Northumberland Nine are gently bred sisters, all of marriageable age, and terribly desperate to get married. The problem? Their fertile father is so busy traveling and searching … Continue reading New Regency Series by Dayna Quince

Explosive Touch by C.F. Francis

Romantic suspense readers are in for a treat. This is the third book in the James Gang series by C.F. Francis. Flawed main characters, ex-military, action, and sizzling attraction all set on steamy Sanibel Island. It's hard to edit and hang on to your seat at the same time!  Bombings, worlds apart, throw two survivors … Continue reading Explosive Touch by C.F. Francis

YA Fantasy series: Unraveled World by Alicia Fabel

Fantasy and world-building fans, it's your lucky day. I loved editing for Alicia Fabel and her crazy world. It's fresh, funny, and action-packed with vivid descriptions that leave you laughing or gasping. Try it! It may be your next addiction! Earth is just a prison realm for humans who don't know it. FYI: Accidentally breaking out is … Continue reading YA Fantasy series: Unraveled World by Alicia Fabel

When Hearts Rebel by Meredith Bond

Ever wonder about the parents of your favorite hero or heroine? Meredith Bond is answering that question with a parent novella collection for The Merry Men Regency series. This has been an entertaining series to edit. I've read the original series and loved finding out how the main characters came to be. When Hearts Rebel … Continue reading When Hearts Rebel by Meredith Bond

PenCraft Book of the Year: The Second Wife by Kishan Paul

The Editing Hall is thrilled to announce that one of our clients, Kishan Paul, has received the PenCraft Book of the Year award. "The Second Wife is a powerful new epic that Paul has adroitly woven the prickly threads of religion, politics, race, sin, and redemption into a thing of terrible beauty." This is the … Continue reading PenCraft Book of the Year: The Second Wife by Kishan Paul

Scottish Regency: Rhapsody and Rebellion by Aubrey Wynne

The Editing Hall loves historical romance!  A Scottish Regency with a bit of mystic lore by award-winning author Aubrey Wynne. A Scottish legacy... A political rebellion... Two hearts destined to meet... Raised in his father’s image, the Earl of Stanfeld is practical and disciplined. There are no gray lines interrupting the Gideon’s black and white … Continue reading Scottish Regency: Rhapsody and Rebellion by Aubrey Wynne

The Penguin’s Progress by Eric Merry

These memoirs are also located in the London Imperial War Museum. This must be one of the most interesting non-fiction books I've edited. A young man sat on Biggin Hill in early 1940, watching an attack on the R.A.F. fighter station. As a German bomber spun out, chased by a British Spitfire, Eric knew what … Continue reading The Penguin’s Progress by Eric Merry

Earl of Sunderland by Aubrey Wynne

Part of the Wicked Earls' Club, this sweet Regency novella is on sale for .99 this week. Editor Sherry really enjoyed editing this clean read. He’s inherited the title of rake. She hides behind her independence... Fate accepts the challenge. Grace Beaumont has seen what love can do to a woman. Her mother sacrificed her … Continue reading Earl of Sunderland by Aubrey Wynne

Why clarity is so important…

Ever read the children's book Don't Touch the Button? Here is the adult version! This was funny until I realized I'm getting on a plane in less than a few days. I'm headed to Amsterdam, Belgium, and Germany. Wonder what kind of editing funnies I'll see while I'm on vacation?  Back to the point—word placement matters!

Under the Mango Tree by Meredith Bond

Historical romance is one of my favorite genres to edit. This sweet Regency novella by Meredith Bond is set in exotic India. A good Indian girl peeking out from behind her veil. A handsome Englishman determined to find adventure. Two people dare to dream the impossible. Lakshmi Rai has never been your ordinary good Bengali girl. … Continue reading Under the Mango Tree by Meredith Bond