Mine All Mine by Dayna Quince

Do you like your Regency on the steamy side? This was a fun and sexy edit for me. Try the first book in the Fated For Love series by Dayna Quince.  Masquerading as a maid, Lilly loses all hope of returning to the life she once knew. How did she get here? She has no … Continue reading Mine All Mine by Dayna Quince

Congrats to Goddess of the Wild Thing by Paul DeBlassie III

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

My Highlander Husband by Nancy Pennick

I adore Highland romances, so this was a treat to edit. It is written by an equally amazing YA author, Nancy Pennick and published by Satin Romance, an imprint of Melange Books. I was thrilled when they asked me to continue with the rest of the series for the Clan MacLaren. More on that later.  Volatile … Continue reading My Highlander Husband by Nancy Pennick

Grammar Giggles

  Say what you mean and mean what you say. Oh, if I had a nickel for the times I've heard that. But it's true, right? English is a complex language. Phrases are easily turned around. Think before you speak. Or at least proofread all your signs! I wouldn't want to be the manager at … Continue reading Grammar Giggles

The Second Wife series Comes to Audio

The Second Wife series by Kishan Paul will soon be available on audio. I had the pleasure of proofing both of these books for audio and can't wait to hear them. Reading the stories were intense; listening to them will be mind-blowing! If you want to live, you must let go of the past... Twenty-eight-year-old … Continue reading The Second Wife series Comes to Audio

Grammar Giggles

How many times have you been confused when reading too many pronouns and names? Take this sentence for example: After buying some rare books for her friends, Judy put them on a shelf.  Um, did Judy put her friends on the shelf or the books? Let's try it again. After buying some books, Judy put … Continue reading Grammar Giggles

Grammar Giggles

I love the memes that make you laugh at yourself. And I love coming across something I didn't know or had never noticed. How many times have you heard someone say, "I'm unthawing a roast for dinner." Think about it. To thaw, to defrost, soften. So if someone unthaws an item, they freeze it. Nauseous and nauseated … Continue reading Grammar Giggles