Melissa McArthur has taught college English as an adjunct instructor since 2006 and worked as a writing tutor and coach since 2009. She teaches Developmental English, Introduction to Composition, Business Writing, Introduction to Academic Discourse, The Human Experience, Critical Thinking, and several other courses. In addition to teaching and freelance editing, Melissa also works as associate publisher for Falstaff Books.
She currently holds three degrees: a bachelor’s degree in English with an emphasis on literature and language, a master’s degree in education with an emphasis on adult education and mentoring, and a master’s degree in English with an emphasis on composition and rhetoric. She is also Apple Teacher certified.
You can reach Melissa directly by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Susan H. Roddey
formatter, book cover designer
South Carolina native S.H. Roddey has been writing for fun since she was a child and still enjoys building worlds across the speculative fiction spectrum filled with mystery and intrigue. She brings to the literary world a unique blend of humor, emotion, and wild ideas filled with dark themes and strong characters. In her spare time, she offers professional book formatting services and writes romance as her imaginary friend, Siobhan Kinkade.
In addition to writing she is also a voracious reader, wannabe chef, and video game addict with two full-time jobs: administrative social media professional, and mom to a cat, a young twenty-something, and a pair of precocious youngsters with an affinity for computer keyboards. She also enjoys the perks of being married to her best friend and full-time muse.
For more information on Susan, her imagination, and the things she writes visit her website.
You can reach Susan directly by emailing email@example.com.
Laurie Hilburn has been reading and writing for as long as she can remember. Some of her earliest memories are of staying up all night to read Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery (a distant relative) and penning the gripping tale of Detective Laura Scott searching for the missing cat figurine (her father still has the one-page story). Since then, she has gone on to flourish in English, Literature, and Creative Writing spaces. Most recently, she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature & Language and double minor in Creative Writing & Women’s Studies from Winthrop University in 2016. In the near future, she plans to pursue a Master of Arts and, eventually, earn her PhD to fulfill her lifelong dream of being referred to as Dr. Hilburn.
During and after school, she cultivated her penchant for correcting others through editing and proofreading. From working as an academic tutor to a creative prose editor to a professional resume editor to a journalistic copyeditor, she now has 4+ years of experience under her belt and is excited for more. In her free time, she continues to read and write, as well as play video games, take naps, and cuddle with her two cats. She lives with her best friend and artistic muse, in addition to way too much Wonder Woman paraphernalia.
You can reach Laurie directly by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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