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A Dangerous Game by Madeline Dyer

A Dangerous Game (Untamed Series) by Madeline Dyer Buy on Amazon Goodreads A standalone novel from the Untamed world… LOVE WAS NEVER SUPPOSED TO BE EASY. All her life, Keelie Lin-Sykes has known what she wants: to protect her brother and sisters by killing as many of the soulless Enhanced Ones as she can. Oh, and to have fun while she’s doing it. After all, hiding in a secret Untamed community, while the group’s Seer warns them of danger, shouldn’t mean that life can only be serious, right? But, when a face from her past suddenly–and secretly–shows up, Keelie’s...

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Year end summary and scheduling for 2018

I am in the process of planning my diary and availability for next year, so this is a call for provisional bookings, to try and pre-empt which months you will need and avoid you waiting in a three-four month queue for me to start. From next year, I will only be editing three manuscripts a month. This is to allow me time to work on my own novel and other projects (I do four-six books a month at the present time, be it a first/last read through, or the actual edit). To date, in three years, I have edited 94 books,...

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Grave Dealings by R.R.Virdi

Grave Dealings (The Grave Report, Book 3) Genres: Urban Fantasy Buy on Amazon Goodreads Don’t make deals with the paranormal. They’re better at it than you, and they never play fair. Paranormal investigator and soul without a body, Vincent Graves, did just that—a deal made in desperation. Now it’s coming back to bite him in the middle of a case. He has 57 hours to investigate a string of deaths involving people who’ve made some devilish bargains. Too bad devils don’t deal in good faith. It’d be easy enough if he didn’t have to deal with things such as:...

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Notna by J.D. Cunegan

Notna by J.D. Cunegan Genres: Fantasy Buy on Amazon Goodreads History’s most peaceful race created one of its deadliest weapons. Forged in the Living Flame by a long-extinct alien race, The Gem of Notna is the stuff of legends, on par with Pandora’s Box or the Holy Grail. But once archaeologist Dr. Jack Corbett stumbled upon the crystal deep in the Amazon, he triggered a whirlwind of events and found himself neck-deep in a centuries-old holy war. The Divine and the Underworld have been locked in a virtual stalemate for the past three hundred years, and the Gem of...

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Developmental Editing of Fiction for Beginners – via the Editorial Freelancers Association (EFA)

Owing to the fact I like to do things backwards, three years after starting developmental editing, I have signed up to do a course with the Editorial Freelancers Associations to find out how to be a developmental editor. 😁 I know I could probably start with the immediate level (and then do the advanced one), but I figured it wouldn’t harm to go back to the basics. I’ve never had any training for developmental editing, although I have a good working knowledge of story structure and writing techniques, and I certainly know what I like as a reader and...

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