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Title: Into the Labyrinth Author: Sigge Eklund (Translator: Katarina Tucker) Client: Echo Publishing Brief: Copy edit English translation of Swedish novel. Job: This was an already successful published book that had been translated for […]
Title: The Shadow’s Heart Author: KJ Taylor Client: HarperCollins Publisher Australia Brief: Structural edit followed by copy edit Job: The structural edit was done first to take care of some of the “big picture” aspects […]
Title: The Falcon Throne Author: Karen Miller Client: Hachette/Orbit UK Brief: Copy edit Job: This was the first book in what is intended to be a sprawling saga. With series it’s important to remember that […]