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Fiona Jayde Owner/Art Director/Designer/Evil Genius

Fiona Jayde is a space pilot, a ninth degree black belt in three styles of martial arts, a computer hacker, a mountain climber, a jazz singer, a weight lifter, a superspy with a talent for languages, and an evil genius. All in her own head.

Winner for Best Fantasy and Best Contemporary Romance covers (RONE Awards, 2013). Four time nominee (Best Fantasy, Best Young Adult, Best Sci Fi and Best Paranormal cover) at RONE Awards, 2014. Finalist for Best Fantasy cover at Ariana Awards. Finalist for Best Paranormal cover at RomCon Under The Covers awards. Mutli-time “cover of the month” winner at Cover Love.

Fiona Jayde Owner/Art Director/Designer/Evil Genius

Fiona Jayde is a space pilot, a ninth degree black belt in three styles of martial arts, a computer hacker, a mountain climber, a jazz singer, a weight lifter, a superspy with a talent for languages, and an evil genius. All in her own head.

Winner for Best Fantasy and Best Contemporary Romance covers (RONE Awards, 2013). Four time nominee (Best Fantasy, Best Young Adult, Best Sci Fi and Best Paranormal cover) at RONE Awards, 2014. Finalist for Best Fantasy cover at Ariana Awards. Finalist for Best Paranormal cover at RomCon Under The Covers awards. Mutli-time “cover of the month” winner at Cover Love.

Mary Harris Editor Extraorinaire

Mary Harris had a magical childhood in England and Germany, then she and her family returned to Wisconsin.

A graduate of University of Wisconsin/Madison and of Mallinckrodt College, Chicago, Illinois, she now lives in Chicago with her husband, children, and grandchildren.

Mary is also a freelance writer in fiction and non-fiction, and a screenwriter. Her main mantra is, “It’s all about the story.” Presently, she is Co-Executive Editor for Hidden Thoughts Press; Senior Editor, Noble Romance LLC; editor, Curiosity Quills Press; Editor, Scribe Publicity; and Head of Development for Sunset Pictures, headquartered in Los Angeles, California.
She is also a passionate believer in the Oxford comma, but allows nothing to interrupt the flow of the story.

Edits Include
Proofing for typos and grammatical needs
Word coaching as needed
Character arc and timeline consistency
Line or copy editing: grammar, syntax, flow, and logical statements; consistency of details such as place spelling, character’s eye color, etc.
Developmental editing: Character and plot developments are logical within the author’s world; writing is clear and concise; no loose ends; all or almost all questions developed throughout the book and answered in the conclusion
All editing done with Track Changes notes on a PC or a Mac
Email and/or phone calls with author to discuss and clarify edits (up to 2 hours)
Incorporation of author’s changes/clarifications/rewrites into the ms. in a clear manner
Final polish and Spellcheck

Tamara Cribley Formatting Junkie

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