The Editing Team
Stacy C. Abrams, Executive Editorial Director of Entangled Teen, Digi-Teen, Bliss, and Senior Editor
Stacy Abrams started in the publishing industry in 2002, most recently leaving a seven-year stint at Bloomsbury Publishing’s children’s division to join the Entangled team. Stacy has edited such award-winning and high-caliber YA authors as Jessica Warman, Tracy Deebs, Alex Scarrow, and Michelle Rowen, among many others, and her books have earned starred reviews from all the major review journals. In addition to editing, she has been a freelance copy editor for several major New York publishing houses. She earned her Bachelor’s in English at Northwestern University and currently resides in New York City with her husband and too-cute puppy. Find her on Twitter at @StacyAbramsEdit.
Stacy loves working on contemporary teen stories, even if they have a supernatural bend. Some of her favorite projects she’s edited have been Jessica Warman’s Between (contemporary ghost/murder mystery story), Tracy Deebs’s Tempest series (mermaid paranormal romance), and Loretta Ellsworth’s In a Heartbeat (dual narratives from the POV of an organ donor and recipient). She’d love to see more psychological thrillers, unique paranormal creatures, time travel, gritty across-the-tracks romances, or a historical set in the twentieth century. In the adult genre, Stacy loves light contemporary romances, ripped-from-the-headlines thrillers, friendship stories, and suspense. She doesn’t tend to lean toward vampires, zombies, adult historicals, or high-heat levels—though if any one were done in just the right way, she wouldn’t say no!
Pat Brigandi, Editorial Director of Scandalous
Pat has spent her entire career reading, writing, buying, selling, promoting and developing books. Her love of history plus her devotion to classic black and white movies makes Scandalous a great match. Her historical romances are fed by classic black and white movies. Think handsome swashbucklers—Errol Flynn, Burt Lancaster, Gene Kelly—all thwarted by their love for clever, beautiful damsels they think they must protect. Salty sea captains such as Rex Harrison with Gene Tierney in the 1900s classic The Ghost and Mrs. Muir. Think Gaslight which takes place in England the 1880’s. No one can be as despicable as Charles Boyer! And she never passes up a great westward expansion tale and all that it brings—John Wayne type heroes, women held captive by natives and long, hard days on lonely, desolate ranches.
Nina Bruhns, Editorial Director of Entangled Suspense
Award-winning author Nina Bruhns has penned more than thirty books. An industry pioneer, Nina worked as an editor for one of the very first e-publishers. Because of her background in screenwriting, she has had the opportunity to work with Hollywood legend Blake Snyder, as well as the phenomenal writing teacher and coach David Freeman. She is also the long-time organizer of the renowned Lowcountry Jumpstart Masterclass and Beach Retreat. Find her on Twitter at @NinaBruhns.
Nina is seeking compellingly written romantic suspense, romantic mysteries, and romantic thrillers of all kinds, including contemporary, historical, and paranormal. Her personal faves are intimate strangers, alpha heroes, special-ops, westerns, fast-paced adventures, BBC-style mysteries, anything historical, and hot, hot, hot. But as Editorial Director, she’ll look at all submissions with a dynamite plot and great writing.
Kerri-Leigh Grady, Editorial Director of Flirt and Ever After and Editor
Kerri-Leigh Grady loves to sink into happily-ever-after tales and blow-up-all-the-things tales, especially when her testosterone-loaded house has hit its monthly limit of athletic socks and slapstick. She holds an MFA from Seton Hill University and a BS in computer science. She’s a nerd with an unnatural love of dark humor, gadgets, chickpeas, and ATS bellydancing. When the zombie apocalypse happens, she’s likely to be patient zero. If you see her bite someone, grab your water and head for your bunker.
Heather Howland, Editorial Director of Brazen and Senior Editor
Heather Howland began editing in the legal, industrial, and technical sectors nine years ago while working as a Production Manager. Before joining the Entangled family, she worked as a freelance editor and as the acquisitions editor of a small romance publisher. She now edits popular authors such as NYT bestsellers Katee Robert and Laura Kaye, USA Today bestseller Cari Quinn, and Amy Andrews, as well as up-and-coming authors Tonya Burrows, Leah Rae Miller, and Tara Fuller. Heather holds a BS in creative writing and psychology, and regularly teaches craft workshops for various organizations. Find her on Twitter at @HeatherHowland.
While she enjoys gritty/modern paranormal, quirky sci-fi, cyberpunk, biopunk, unexpected fairytale retellings and will happily take a look at yours, Heather is currently on a contemporary romance kick. Send her anything military-related, scintillating and/or flirty contemporary romance, dark and psychological YA or New Adult thrillers, swoonworthy YA and New Adult romance, and romantic comedies in both the adult and young adult genres. Commercial plots written in a literary voice are her kryptonite. She generally avoids cozies, time travel, urban fantasy, historical, hard sci-fi, high and epic fantasy, shifters, zombies, and Plain Jane heroines, so those submissions might be a better fit for another editor.
Alethea Spiridon Hopson, Editorial Director of Indulgence and Senior Editor
Alethea Spiridon Hopson was an editor for Harlequin Books in Toronto for almost seven years, working with writers such as Bobby Hutchinson, Roberta Gellis, Lori Foster, Cathy Yardley, Lori Wilde, Jill Shalvis, Anne Stuart, and Pamela Morsi to name a few. She worked on anthologies, continuities, special projects, and some series. She enjoys a fresh, fun, flirty voice, and anything that can make her laugh and see the lighter side of life. That being said, she’s also drawn to contemporary alpha male stories and lush historical romances. Jane Porter, Sherryl Woods, Rachel Gibson, Carole Matthews, Julie James, Sheila O’Flanagan, and Sarah Mayberry are some authors she enjoys reading. Before joining Entangled, Alethea was a freelance editor and writer, and has edited everything from historical to paranormal romance, non-fiction titles, plays, and even some poetry. Find her on Twitter at @aletheaspiridon.
Danielle Poiesz, Editorial Director of Entangled Select and Entangled Edge
Born and raised in rural New Jersey, Danielle Poiesz is more than just a bibliophile. While a large chunk of her life has certainly been spent reading or writing, she also has a penchant for billiards and travel, a deep-rooted love of music and film, an obsession with dessert (she even has a cat named Cupcake), and mean skills in the kitchen (mushroom risotto is her specialty). Since graduating from Boston University, Danielle Poiesz has run the publishing gamut: sales and editorial, to business development, digital/online, and self-publishing, to strategic innovations and tech; from Macmillan to Simon & Schuster to Penguin to freelance work. One thing has always stayed the same, though: her love of books. Danielle’s passion for helping writers grow, and helping readers find the books that touch them or even change their lives, has always been the driving force of her career. Now, as an Entangled editorial director and senior editor—and a continued freelance editorial specialist and blogger—she is even more poised to help fill the world with eye-opening, meaningful, and, of course, entertaining literature. Find her on Twitter at @daniellepoiesz.
Lauren Ruth, Assistant Publisher of Bliss, Brazen, Covet, Edge, Scandalous, and Select
Lauren Ruth is the assistant publisher of Entangled’s Bliss, Brazen, Covet, Edge, Scandalous, and Select imprints as well as the editorial director of its Covet imprint. She began her career at what was then Simon and Schuster’s Touchstone/Fireside imprint and soon moved over to the literary agent side of the publishing business. As an agent, she served as faculty for many industry conferences and writing retreats across the nation and started her popular blog, SlushPileTales. Lauren holds an M.S. in Publishing and a B.A. in English literature and language from Pace University and is the author of the forthcoming The Savvy Guide to Query Letters. Lauren also maintains a short list of her own authors. In her spare time, she is a freelance editor and volunteers her time teaching basic literacy skills. Find her on Twitter at @_LaurenRuth_
Sonia Black, Senior Editor
Sonia’s varied career includes working on magazines, newspapers, novels, educational and classroom materials. Sonia’s love of historical romances is closer to home. She enjoys the Colonial period (1630-1763) which includes the Mayflower, Plymouth colony and the Wampanoag Indians. The Civil War including stories about the Underground Railroad, Immigration and Ellis Island starting in the late 1800’s, immigrant life in the big cities circa early 1900’s, and the Ragtime Era are favourite themes, too. And don’t forget the Great Depression. You can reach her at sonia(at)entangledpublishing(dot)com
April Chapman, Senior Editor
April launched her career almost a decade ago by editing in the corporate and scientific world. She made the leap to editing fiction on a freelance basis after a year or two, before landing a position at a small romance publisher. From there she gained vast experience in developmental editing, acquisitions, and editorial administration at various boutique publishing houses before settling in as the in-house editorial manager at one of the UK’s largest publishers of romantic fiction. Prior to joining the team at Entangled, April enjoyed an enlightening stint on the editing team of a pioneering e-publisher of adult fiction. While her expertise is firmly rooted in adult fiction and romance, she also adores YA, literary, and genre novels.
April is currently most interested in paranormal (shifters/undead/ghosts), urban fantasy, contemporary romance, suspense, thriller, and some deliciously chilling horror. She likes strong, sassy, no-nonsense heroines who haven’t met a challenge they can’t face, alpha males, quirky teens, geek chic, and the underestimated underdog. She looks for smart dialogue, a strong voice, vibrant characters, and a heat level appropriate for the story. LGBT characters are more than welcome, especially in YA. She doesn’t often go for historical, sci-fi or high fantasy, but occasionally one edges its way into her affections.
Charlotte “Charley” Christian, Senior Editor
Charlotte “Charley” Christian has worked in the editorial department of a major NY publishing house for over 6 years, and has had the pleasure of working with many New York Times and USA Today best selling authors. Born and raised in NYC, she now makes her home across the river in NJ with her husband and two adorable furbabies.
Rochelle French, Senior Editor
Rochelle French started in acquisitions and editing over twenty years ago for an academic journal. After spending ten years serving as a project manager/deputy project manager for a consulting firm, she left the business world to become a writer and freelance editor. She has been editing fiction and non-fiction since, most recently as an acquisitions editor for a boutique fiction publishing firm before joining Entangled Publishing, Inc. As a freelance editor, fiction writing teacher, and writing coach, she has provided editing and writing services to a variety of clients, ranging from international businesses to bestselling authors. She is a multi-published author under a pseudonym. Find her on Twitter at @RochelleFrench.
Rochelle is looking for traditional romantic suspense, category-style cozy mysteries, and thrillers with a strong romance. Small town stories always catch her attention. She loves strong, smart, and sassy heroines—but can do without the snark—and heroes with a deep sense of integrity. She’s drawn to all tones, from light-hearted to emotionally dark. Rochelle is is keenly appreciative of innovative takes on romantic suspense and mystery. Sex can be on the page or behind closed doors—as long as the relationship is hot and steamy. She wants a strong voice, a page-turning read, and a story where characters inspire one another to grow. Above all, she’s looking for that elusive “tingle” factor—that delicious moment when the story shoots tingles straight up her spine.
Keyren Gerlach, Senior Editor
Keyren Gerlach started her career in publishing in early 2004, as an intern for the advertising and promotion department at Penguin. She always knew that editorial would be a better fit, however, and jumped at the chance to cut her teeth in the industry as an editorial assistant for Harlequin’s single title program. She’d “been around the editorial block” in her eight and a half years at Harlequin, having worked on many imprints from HQN Books to Red Dress Ink to Kimani Press, and culminating in the role of associate editor, back cover copy and continuity queen and “right-hand man” to the senior editor for Harlequin Romantic Suspense. Her list of 20+ authors boasted such voices as romance veterans Carla Cassidy, Linda Conrad and Justine Davis, rising stars Karen Whiddon and Elle Kennedy, and New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Kristan Higgins.
Keyren is excited to continue her publishing career as the senior editor for Entangled’s Entangled Suspense imprint. She considers falling in love with the heroes in the books she works on to be the ultimate job perk, and is constantly on the lookout for the next big thing. While her primary focus at Entangled will be acquiring category-length romantic suspense of all types, she has a voracious appetite for historical romance—inspired by her love affair with Brit lit that started the instant she read the first line of Pride and Prejudice—as well as a fondness for contemporary romantic comedy, all things cowboy and western, royalty, and alpha heroes (with gooey centers) in (and out of!) uniform.
Karen Grove, Senior Editor
Karen Grove has been an editor for 28 years, working with authors at Harcourt and then Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, concentrating in young adult fiction. She has worked with such prestigious authors as Han Nolan, Carol Plum-Ucci, L. A. Meyer, Ann Rinaldi, Adele Geras, Kathryn Reiss, Gary Paulsen, and New York Times bestselling author Susan Beth Pfeffer. The majority of her books have earned starred reviews from major review journals and such prestigious awards as the National Book Award, Michael L. Printz Honor, multiple Edgar Allen Poe Awards (Mystery Writers of America), and a RITA Award (Romance Writers of America). In addition to her editing, she owned and operated a local business newspaper for 10 years. She resides in Southern California with her husband and college-age son.
Karen looks for stories with quirky characters, compelling voices (even snarky ones, if there’s heart behind it), and settings that are so strong they become characters themselves. She adores small-town and Southern novels, with their strong sense of community and personal relationships, as well as stories with deeply flawed characters that she can both love and hate. Karen reads across a wide range of genres and enjoys gritty contemporaries, dark urban fantasy, apocalyptic stories, suspense/thrillers, mystery, romance, and tales that contain elements of the supernatural as well as sports (hockey, soccer, football, equestrian)—though maybe not together. Although Karen edits both Adult romantic fiction and YA, she is especially interested in stories that feature protagonists grappling with life after high school…those 18-24 year olds embarking on their first foray into independence. The only topics that don’t particular interest her are high fantasy (she prefers her fantasy to be firmly grounded in the real world) and deeply rooted science fiction. No matter what the age group or genre, Karen wants a story to move her—to make her laugh, cry, tense in fear, or cause her to think in some way she hasn’t considered before.
Erin Molta, Senior Editor
Erin has been working in publishing for more than 24 years. From picture books and novelty books to YA and middle grade she is now enjoying the romance genre! Erin would love to see historical romances about the Elizabethan era—the “Virgin” Queen Elizabeth and the intrigue at her court. She is also fascinated with the Salem Witch trials—think Witch of Blackbird Pond but as an adult romance. Any tale of an ostracized woman and the man who stood up for her is a plus. So, of course, mediaeval knights in shining armour rank high on the wish list, but not necessarily the damsels in distress! She’s looking for strong women who can put those knights in their place. And, if you can’t tell by her name, Irish historical—whether it be way back when the leprechauns were a frolickin’ or tales from the potato famine—she’d love to read about it. You can reach her at erin(at)entangledpublishing(dot)com
Libby Murphy, Editor
Libby Murphy’s true love has always been books. As the Managing Editor for Entangled Publishing’s Indulgence category romance line, she has the pleasure of working with the written word every day and has edited authors such as NY Times bestseller Jennifer Probst and bestselling authors Melissa Bourbon Ramirez and Nicola Marsh. She is also an acquiring editor for Entangled’s main lines, including Entangled Books, Entangled Select, and Entangled Teen. Libby’s love of quirky characters and plots translates into all genres. Before joining Entangled, Libby worked as a freelance editor and
writer, and has experience in news radio. Find her on Twitter at @Libby_Murphy.
Libby would like to see submissions for adults and young adults written with a killer voice, and she especially loves quirky characters and plots. She loves sci-fi with aliens, robots, and high tech; urban fantasy and time travel; contemporary romance; women’s fiction with a strong romantic element; and suspense and mysteries. She craves humor, anti-heroes, and underdogs, and strong, capable heroines are a must.
Tracy Montoya, Editor
Tracy Montoya is the award-winning author of several romantic suspense novels for both Harlequin and Kensington, none of which have received less than four stars from Romantic Times. She’s given acclaimed hour-long day-long, and week-long workshops across the country on finding “a method for plotting madness”; using “deep point of view” to create characters that pop off the page; and more. Tracy is also a longtime magazine editor and writer who has written hundreds of articles for publications like Martha Stewart’s Whole Living, Audubon, Utne, and Hope Magazine.
Tracy is seeking category-length romantic suspense of all kinds—anything from sweet to sexy, as long as it’s character-driven and fast-paced. Her personal favorites usually have a strong conflict, at least a 40/60 suspense-romance balance (or even heavier on the suspense), and an exceptionally strong heroine—think Buffy Summers (with or without the slayer powers) not Bella Swan. She especially loves dark suspense and new twists on the following hooks: seemingly doomed reunion romances, international intrigue/adventure, Special Ops, alpha heroes who aren’t abusive jerks, paranormal-ish elements, and stereotype-free multicultural characters. There’s not a lot that Tracy doesn’t like, though she tends to shy away from westerns. That said, anything goes as long as it contributes to her insomnia problem and keeps her reading through the night.
Gina Simon, Senior Editor
Gina has been an editor for close to 40 years and has worked on fiction and nonfiction books as well as classroom materials. She has also been teaching a Continuing Education Writer’s Workshop class at Hofstra University for the past four years. Gina’s loves are influenced by travel and social expansion: the Italian Renaissance—think the Borgias, the French Revolution, Columbus and the early American settlers, the Industrial Revolution and the Roaring Twenties. But if you have a great story about the Aztecs, Incas, and Mayans she’d love to see it, too. You can reach her at gina(at)entangledpublishing(dot)com
Erica M. Chapman, Associate Editor
Erica Chapman loves anything that has to do with words. If she’s not watching The Vampire Diaries, you can usually find her writing young adult novels or editing, or saying she’s writing or editing, on twitter. Her publishing career began with an internship with a lovely agent who taught her how to communicate more clearly, how to have a critical eye toward a manuscript, and a ton of other things she uses in her own writing. Erica has a B.S. in Journalism and has written and edited copy for marketing, advertising and website development teams. You can find her on twitter at @ericamchapman
She loves anything dark, gritty, abnormal, and quirky–the more emotion, the better. She’s a huge fan of YA/NA contemporary romance. She’s a fast reader, but needs to be pulled into the story quickly or you will lose her. She’s not one for high fantasy, or anything with a lot of world building, but she does like books with fantasy elements. She also has a fondness for light sci-fi, thrillers, mysteries, steampunk, hate/hate relationships that turn into love/love. She LOVES tension. She loves to laugh. If you can pair comedy with something dark and keep it authentic to the characters; you’ve hooked her.
Wendy Chen, Associate Editor
Wendy Chen first started editing romances at a large NYC publishing house in the late 1990’s. She then got her MBA in Marketing and Finance from New York University, and has been working on the business side of a major newspaper. While writing her own novels, she found she missed the world of editing and is thrilled to be with Entangled. While she is still a New Yorker at heart, she now lives in Northern Virginia. Find her on Twitter @wendychenbooks
She loves contemporaries and historicals, with strong and sassy heroines, and smart and sexy heroes. Favorite tropes include Relationships of Convenience, Friends to Lovers, Enemies to Lovers, Second Chance at Love, but she’ll fall for anything with a great voice that makes her laugh and cry.
Theresa M. Cole, Associate Editor
As a part time book store employee, Associate Editor for Entangled Publishing, and Line Editor for another publisher, she’s able to surround herself with her favorite things, BOOKS. Before securing a position with Entangled Publishing, she worked as a freelance editor for multiple publishers and individual authors. Theresa’s first love will always be paranormal, but she’s also drawn to historical romance, young adult, and contemporaries dealing with real issues. A dangerous bad boy hero or a twist on mythology, religious theories, or legends are almost always sure win with Theresa. When she isn’t working, reading, crafting, or attending her sons’ sporting events, she can usually be found on Twitter at @TheresaMCole.
Kate Fall, Associate Editor
Kate Fall is an editor with Entangled Publishing. She previously interned at Rhemalda Publishing, is a member of SCWBI, and has been writing and editing professionally for 14 years. She loves novels with humor, settings that come to life (whether historical, contemporary, or futuristic), and main characters with what the Irish call “a good person’s faults.” She is especially looking for sweet romance for any age group with a well-rounded cast of characters, a love interest down on his luck, unusual American town life, or a unique twist on a time-honored plot. Follow Kate on Twitter at @KateFall.
Kaleen Harding, Associate Editor
Kaleen lives in Alberta, Canada. She is a Registered Nurse and avid reader. Kaleen began as an intern with Entangled in December of 2011 and became contracted as an Associate Editor in March 2012. She loves stories that have medical themes, and/or unique twists on the paranormal. Her favourite tropes are Mistaken Identity, Enemies to Lovers, and Relationships of Convenience. YA is a passion of hers, but she also edits adult.
Robin Haseltine, Assistant Editor
Robin Haseltine is an award-winning columnist whose articles on gifted children were featured on Moms Online, Oprah.com, and in parenting newsletters. She’s finaled in fiction contests in four different romance genres and is a former freelance editor. Her articles on the craft of writing have appeared in Romance Writers of America chapter newsletters and on spec fiction websites. Favorite reads include historicals, young adult, and anything and everything fantasy. Robin began interning with Entangled Publishing last year and can be found on twitter @robinhaseltine.
Marie Loggia-Kee, Editor
Marie Loggia-Kee’s work can be found in more than 150 magazines and seven anthologies. She has a strong background in journalism, a master’s degree in communications, and a master’s degree in English. In addition to publishing romantic fiction under a penname, she edits and writes for a variety of venues, and teaches college classes in journalism, English, film studies and popular culture.
Marie would like to see contemporary, sensual small-town settings, along the lines of Robyn Carr’s Virgin River or Susan Mallery’s Fool’s Gold. She would also like to see submissions with culture and sass similar to Alisa Valdes-Rodriquez and Mary Castillo. Within the paranormal realm, Marie is craving a strong female protagonist who’s fighting the bad guys rather than simply jumping into bed with one of them, who has a love interest that’s not the vampire she’s supposedly hunting. She’s open to F/M, F/F, and M/M pairings in all heat levels, though erotic elements must be secondary to the plot.
Stephen P. Morgan, Associate Editor
Stephen is looking for high concept mixed genre pieces that push the limits of what mystery/thriller fiction can be. He enjoys reading authors like P.N. Elrod, Gail Carriger, and Zoe Archer. Have a steampunk murder mystery? A paranormal police procedural? Vampire detective agency? Dystopian future murder mystery? Fairy tale retelling that adds a terrific mystery/thriller component? You get the drift. Let him see it! He is currently waiting for someone to write that perfect mixed genre piece that combines a zombie apocalypse, romance, and mystery/thriller (but please, the Warm Bodies film notwithstanding, no romance between the actual zombies).
Stephen also has a barely contained addiction for stories that take place in the fashion or publishing industry. He accepts stories of all heat levels. And don’t worry if your story doesn’t fit his above criteria. He accepts traditional stories, too. All he really requires is a strong romance and a strong story. Find a way to write your story with commercial elements and a literary voice and you’ll immediately have his attention. He also adores a fresh, fun, flirty voice. LGBT characters and stories more than welcome.
Before joining Entangled, Stephen worked in various facets of the publishing, magazine, and communications industries as a writer, editor, and interview coordinator. He also co-organizes his local writing workshop, and currently assists in developing and coordinating his university’s forthcoming MFA program in Narrative Journalism and Screenwriting. His Master’s is in Journalism & Mass Communication. His Master’s thesis, Book DNA, involved a content analysis of what elements contribute to commercially and critically successful genre fiction. You can reach him at Stephen (at) entangledpublishing.com, or follow him on Twitter at @HughDeppman.
Lewis Pollak, Associate Editor
A student of philosophy, psychology, and the sciences, Lewis Pollak has an appreciation for both characters with complex motivations and stories that are thought-provoking. Find him on Twitter at @LewisPollak.
Lewis loves books that take readers to new worlds, whether they are alien landscapes, alternate histories, or contemporaries with a twist. He also enjoys books that strike a balance between serious and humorous moments. While partial to all sorts of speculative fiction from high fantasy and urban fantasy (but not Keith Urban fantasies) to science fiction and paranormal, interesting characters with genuine emotions and snappy retorts usually win him over regardless of genre.
Alycia Tornetta, Associate Editor, Assistant Editor to Stacy Abrams
Alycia Tornetta started at Entangled as an intern for Stacy Cantor Abrams before moving to an assistant role. She previously interned at Hodder Children’s Books of Hachette UK, Penguin Press UK, Octopus Books, BMJ, and D4EO Literary Agency. She earned her Bachelor’s in English Literature at California State University Sacramento and her Masters in Publishing at the University of the Arts London. She currently lives in a small town where, in the land of trucks, her mini cooper is the smallest car around. You can follow her on Twitter at @weechagirl.
Alycia loves all sorts of books, especially ones that combine genres in a unique and clever way. She’s a huge fan of contemporary, sci-fi, mysteries, and thrillers. If it’s fast-paced and makes her heart race, she wants to read it. She also has a weakness for cute, nerdy boys with great hair and bad boys with even better hair. For adult, she loves strong, quirky heroines and lots of tension.
Chris Gage, Copy Editor
Chris Gage has been a copyeditor for more than 10 years and has worked with many publishing houses both large and small. He has edited business, romance, sci-fi, fantasy, and thrillers.
Rory Olsen, Copy Editor
Rory Olsen has a background in business and law, and she honed her eye for detail in the corporate world. She freelances for several leading electronic and print publishers, and has a broad range of editing experience across many genres. Find her on Twitter at @RoryOlsen.
Linda Style, Copy Editor
Linda Style is the award-winning author of 14 romance novels published by Harlequin Enterprises. With degrees in behavioral science and journalism, Linda has an eclectic work background ranging from human rights advocate to the editor-in-chief of AZ Highlife Magazine. In addition to her novels, Linda has written both fiction and nonfiction for newspapers and magazines. She’s a freelance fiction editor, writing coach, and the co-founder of Bootcamp for Novelists Online, a full-featured novel writing school where she teaches the advanced level writing classes. She presents writing workshops across the country and has served as president and vice president of the Phoenix Desert Rose RWA and. Her fiction publishing awards include the prestigious Daphne du Maurier Award of Excellence and the Orange Rose Award for Best Book of the Year. You can find her on Twitter at @LindaStyle_.
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