Does (Book) Length Really Matter?

It always surprises me when I poke around a bookstore and see super thick hardcover or even trade paperback bestsellers. I’ve noticed this particularly in the past year or so with books such as WE ARE NOT OURSELVES, THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN, THE FORGOTTEN GARDEN, and THE GOLDFINCH. And quite frankly, […]

New and Recent Releases Galore!

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Due to some medical issues, I’m a bit behind on my cheerleading for my awesome clients and their new releases. So today, I’m going to share with you a bunch of great reads you can stock up on! Available TODAY, two great stories from two great authors […]


Adrienne LaCava‘s debut novel, NO ONE CAN KNOW, has hit shelves in plenty of time for the anniversary of the JFK assassination, a pivotal point in the story’s unfolding. And with only five-star reviews on Amazon thus far, it’s no surprise Kirkus Reviews loved it, too: LaCava’s well-researched, character-driven debut thriller […]

Double Vision Editorial

Lots of Love and Support for DVE

Thank you to everyone who has shown me so much love and support the past few days regarding the launch of Double Vision Editorial! Twitter, Facebook, and my email have been exploding, and I am humbled and overwhelmed. Jane Litte over at Dear Author gave […]

That Tricky Narrator

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One of the most common problems I see in manuscripts I edit is issues with point of view. It can be so tricky being consistent in writing from a specific character’s perspective and slips are bound to happen, especially in early drafts. And the omniscient POV, the […]

Taking Your Novel from Good to Great

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Writing a novel isn’t an easy feat. Writing a good novel is even harder. And even after you’ve conquered that tricky task, you still have a complex, exhaustive, and strenuous revision process to go through in order to make that good novel great. But how […]

The Author-Editor Relationship: Jane-Austen-style

I came into the office this morning to a find hilarious–and thoughtful–article sent to me from one of my awesome authors. The article, written surprisingly by Jill Lawless of the Associated Press, focuses on how even the most renowned authors need a helping editorial hand to polish a manuscript. […]