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Yes, there’s a new kid in town, ready to take the world by storm. It’s RuleBreaker Editing, offering several levels of editing for all you writers out there.

Mel and Gambler's FollyThe lady who started RuleBreaker has been editing documents and manuscripts for my husband and me for years. An author herself, she finally decided she really loved editing, was good at it, and took the plunge.

So whatever your writing style, whether fiction or non-fiction, novel or article writing, check out RuleBreaker Editing. She’s good, in a swashbuckling, cut-out-the crap kind of way.

Your manuscript will thank you, though your writer’s heart may bleed red ink for a while. Trust me. It’s for your own good.

So do your publisher a favor. See RuleBreaker Editing first, before you send off that manuscript.

You’ll be glad you did.



Ciao amici miei!


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Mel and Gambler's FollyYes, there’s a new kid on the block in the editing world–RuleBreaker Editing. This lady has edited all of my novels, including Gambler’s Folly,  and one non-fiction book. I don’t know what I’d do without her.

And she’s finally decided to offer her talents to the rest of the writing world. She can help you on several different levels, from basic spelling and grammar to line by line editing.

She can be tough, but she will help you whip that book into shape before you send it off for submission.

So if you’re a new author, or an indie author, or someone looking for a different approach, check out RuleBreaker Editing.


I have one of my books with her right now–Viviane: First Lady, the sequel to Jareth: First Lord. I’m sure she’ll catch all those weird little things I’ve missed and help make it the book it should be.

RuleBreaker Editing! Check it out!

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