Laurel C. Kriegler, Chief Copy Editor
Laurel C Kriegler is a freelance editor and proofreader. An avid reader as a child, it is no wonder she has turned to writing and editing as a career. With six years experience editing academic essays, theses and journal articles, she has expanded her portfolio to novels and non-fiction books. She is passionate about supporting Indie authors, helping them to enhance their creativity and excellence. When not editing, she can be found entertaining her one-year-old daughter, managing a crazy house, or reading a novel. She can be found online at http://laurelckriegler.wordpress.com.
Patty Hammond, Copy Editor
Patty Hammond is an everyday fangirl who is disguised as a mild mannered data analyst for an advertising agency in Michigan. She has over 18 years of data/asset/conent management and editing experience in several industries including Automotive, Technology and Education. In addition, she has a Master’s Degree in Library and Information Science from Wayne State University. When not traveling, Patty enjoys reading novels in many genres, including sci-fi romance. You can find her online either blogging on her site, Everydayfangirl, or posting on various social media sites including Facebook and Twitter under the ID of PattyBones
Cary Caffrey, Copy Editor
Cary Caffrey studied at Concordia and the University of British Columbia, earning a BA and MFA in Creative Writing. After starting his writing career as a screenwriter and playwright, Cary moved on to music, publishing songs for movies and TV, including series like the L Word and Dawson's Creek.
Novels were never part of the writing picture, but all that changed with the eBook revolution. A die-hard Indy Artist, Cary jumped into ePublishing head first. The Girls from Alcyone is Cary's first novel. It has gone on to become a best Seller on both Amazon and iTunes Science Fiction charts.
Danielle Cassels, Copy Editor
Danielle Cassels is a graduate of the University of South Carolina. She moved to New York City days after graduating to pursue a career in the fashion industry. After serving as the executive assistant to Ronald Harivan Winston, CEO/Chairperson, Harry Winston, Inc., she found herself celebrating Christmas year-round at the Hallmark Channel where she currently serves as account executive. In her spare time, she studies creative writing at Harvard’s Extension School, bikes everywhere (usually in dresses), prides herself in finding creative ways to avoid the subway and shamelessly utilizes her family connections for editing jobs.