Want to work with me?
I’m an editor and publisher, with more than two decades of experience shaping, enhancing and publishing books of all genres. As well as editing, I coach and mentor new writers and often host author workshops and events.
During the last few years, I launched TWH Publishing, an independent press (you can find its published titles on www.hallgoodbooks.com). The imprint features compelling reads and debut titles of female authors from Yorkshire.
As well as signing authors, I have many self-publishing clients, who return again and again for my knowledge, guidance and various editorial services.
Applying to become one of my clients is not scary: it’s simply a questionnaire about your book project, your plans and expectations as an author, and acceptance of my terms and conditions. I want to be the right mentor for you, just as much as I need you to be a good fit for me; the work we produce will be all the more richer as a result, I promise.
From a pricing point of view, working with me won’t cost the earth, though you will be expected to invest in the quality of your book so that it appeals to a bigger audience. Though there is absolutely nothing wrong with self-publishing (it can often prove a better option for some authors than signing away their rights to a publisher or agent), creating a good quality product is requisite when working with me. I don’t offer packages, as every project I work on is different, and because the help I offer is purely bespoke.