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It's been a while...

Just looked at the date of my last blog post and it's been just over a year since I last posted on here. Definitely time for an update.

I've been working steadily in the background, apart from my 2 month hiatus to New Zealand. There was one massive project that kept me busy for two months when I got back, and has potential for more in the future! There's nothing quite like when you work with a writer and they come back and say that they will absolutely have more for you in the future. I do have space in the diary over the next few months, so if you are looking for a proofreader or editor to work on your script then please do get in touch and we can book something in. My email/social media links are all at the top of the page.

I've been very lucky to get shout outs from a couple of my favourite clients recently.

Andy Leavy dropped my name in his newsletter recently, and hinted he's got more work coming my way imminently, which was a really nice boost. I've loved working on his Osaka SPD series so far, I'm excited for this series to make its debut!

Then yesterday I returned home from lunch with a friend and wondered why my twitter notifications were getting a bit excitable. Turns out the esteemed Dave Cook (Killtopia, Deadliner, BPM Beatdowns Per Minute) had made a post (pictured) about the importance of hiring an editor for your comic, and shouted me out as I've worked with him on multiple books over the last few years. That resulted in a fair number of new followers, and a bunch of visits to this here website.

With that in mind, I'm going to be having a bit of a revamp over here in the next couple of days. I'm going to try adding a virtual bookshelf of books I have worked on, either as a proofreader or editor. I'm also planning to add a section for books I've worked on that are crowdfunding at the moment to give them a bit more visibility.

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