Our Experienced Editors
Our editors have extensive knowledge when it comes to proofreading and editing. They are all experienced writers that have a passion for the creative art. Find out more about our team.
Commissioning Editor — Steve Johnson
Steve Newman is a playwright and freelance writer – he also proofreads other people books and may change them so they are suitable for release.
Steve ensures that any work is free from spelling and grammatical mistakes throughout. He is able to polish your writing style and can adapt it to the audience you are creating your books for. Find out more.
His passion for writing has extended and now writes regular features for such magazines as Writers’ Forum, Book & Magazine Collector, Family History Monthly, The Dalesman, Citizen Culture, and The Writer.
Design, Promotion, Dealer Relations — Guy Adams
His main occupations have always been in writing. As a writer, he has churned out scripts for the above comedy shows and falsified Elizabethan Mummer’s Plays.
A couple of novels, “More Than This” and “The Imagineer” have earned nothing but people seem to like them so he doesn’t let it worry him.
He is the author of three books about the television series Life On Mars — two for Simon & Schuster and one for Transworld.
He is currently working on a book about Sherlock Holmes, a Deadbeat novella or three and a children’s book set in his adoptive country of Spain.
Commissioning Editor, Web Monkey — Ian Alexander Martyn
He was the Founding Editor and Publisher of the theatre magazine The Boards.
As a stage actor, he has portrayed everything from God, to circus show workers, to literary critics and countless servants far brighter than their masters.
On film he’s been seen as an Evil Mime Criminal (Bricklayer) and as many fuzzy blobs in large-budget films. Contact us to find out more.
Ian has expertise within the web industry and has found that releasing books online is much more beneficial. He also agrees that having an editor’s point of view when devising these books create such a unique story that is unlike any other. See: Writers personal stories.