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The Ashes & the Star-Cursed King: Proofreading

The Serpent & the Wings of Night: Proofreading

Slaying the Vampire Conqueror: Proofreading

Six Scorched Roses: Proofreading

Mother of Death & Dawn: Proofreading

Blood of a Novice: Proofreading

Children of Fallen Gods: Proofreading

The Ranger's Path: Proofreading

Bonds of Truth: Content Editing & Proofreading

Enslaved: Proofreading

Of Night and Chaos: Proofreading

The Shadow Weaver's Gambit: Copyediting

Truthwarden: Proofreading

Sanctuary: Copyediting

The Blades of Liars: Copyediting

This Wicked Fate: Proofreading

This Wicked Curse: Copyediting

Orphan Lost: Proofreading

A Necessary Heresy: Proofreading

Lightblade: Proofreading

Soul Relic: Proofreading

Star Found: Line Editing & Proofreading

Beast Mage: Line Editing and Developmental Consulting

Donated Proofreading of Slay Date by Miranda Honfleur

Donated Proofreading of Golden Queen by Bethany Adams, Star Found by Therena Carlin, and An Ember in the Dark by Miranda Honfleur

City of Mages: Line Editing and Proofreading

Raise the Banner: Proofreading

The Obsidian Dragon: Line Editing

Within the Dragon's Jaw: Proofreading

Smoke and Shadow: Proofreading

Idols Fall: Proofreading

The Shadow Sect: Copyediting

The Ranger's Sorrow: Proofreading

Wilderness Untamed: Proofreading

Aether Frontier: Line Editing

Gamified: Book Two: Player Vs Player: Copyediting

Memories of Prophecies: Proofreading

Remove the Shroud: Proofreading

Children of Fallen Gods: Proofreading

The Ranger's Path: Proofreading

Bright of the Moon: Proofreading

Exodus of Gnomes: Proofreading

Queen of the Shining Sea: Audiobook Proofing

Included book, Of Werewolves and Witches by Miranda Honfleur and Jessica M. Butler: Proofreading

Shifter King: Proofreading

Fate of the Demon: Proofreading

Fall of the Reaper: Proofreading


“As much as I love writing, I usually struggle with the editing phase. Anthony understood what I was trying to achieve with The Shadow Sect and helped maintain style and consistency throughout. I laughed at some of the commentary, which challenged both writer and characters and helped me make decisions to improve the book. One reason The Shadow Sect launched better than I could have hoped is the quality of the edit, which some reviewers have called out and praised in their 5-star reviews. This rarely happens - and I hope to work with Anthony on the follow-up!”
“I worked with Anthony on proofreading for my King’s Ranger series, and I was pleased with the quality and speed of his work. He caught the usual typos and errors you expect, but he also used his deep experience with fantasy tropes to find issues with tone and narrative voice. He created a style sheet which I’ll use throughout the series to maintain consistency. Best of all, he completed the project on time and was always available to communicate. If you’re looking for an affordable, quick, and thorough professional, then I recommend Anthony!”
"Anthony did amazing work for me and my co-author. We were on a very tight deadline, days away from upload and in desperate need of a proofreader, and he stepped up and saved us in our darkest hour. He worked with us and did a great job at catching all the mistakes we had overlooked, even with several passes and multiple eyes on it! He gave us the assurance we needed to get the book published and out on time!"
"When my co-author and I were in a lurch, Anthony stepped in and did a last-minute proofread for us, saving our butts. He picked up our typos and missing periods, as well as my notorious doubling up on words. (It's not one of my books unless I write "is is" somewhere.) He also did my audiobook proofing, catching all the little mistakes that slipped through the studio and making sure my audiobook listeners didn't have to hear those. He's a former English teacher, so I'm fully confident in his ability to catch my screw-ups. It also helps that he's my husband, so I have an eyewitness view of how hard he works to improve the books and audiobooks he's hired to proof (including this testimonial, where he caught "he'd" instead of "he's." Thank God I married this man)."