Our Team

With a team of renowned writers, We are proficient in assisting you from start to finish, making sure that all your content requirements are accurately met. All that matters to us is the idea of your story; we will take care of the rest. Our writers invest all of their efforts on converting your idea in to an interesting novel keeping you away from all the hassles and struggles to produce a masterpiece.

Our writers strive to compose a work of pure genius without having any rights or claim on the produced content. No matter how well thought out work we produce the ownership of the content belongs to the client. We work according to your desire. Be it proofreading and editing a work of art or producing it from scratch; we put as little or as much input as you desire. Be it composing a work of art or getting the final touchdowns; we have got it all covered.

  • Henry Denard

    A highly successful New York Times bestselling editor, ghostwriter, and Harvard-educated scholar of literary criticism...

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    Henry Denard

    Developmental editing, ghostwriting, and book proposals for submission

    Henry Denard is a writer and editor of commercial mainstream nonfiction and fiction.

    Denard co-founded and was editor in chief at a publishing company (distributed by Random House) where he oversaw (and often helped to write) dozens of books.

    Denard’s bestselling nonfiction and fiction authors include Chris Wallace, Catherine Crier, Matthew Modine, Brett Favre, Joe Namath, and Steven Pressfield. Denard’s titles have been featured in “The New York Times” (including front page) and on “Sixty Minutes,” “Oprah,” “The Today Show,” and “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.”

    Two of Denard’s published books sold to film studios for over $1 million.

    Denard has also written for The New York Times Magazine and American Express’ Departures magazine.

    On the film side, Denard produced The Conspirator, starring James McAvoy, Kevin Kline, and Robin Wright; directed by Robert Redford; Gone in 60 Seconds (Touchstone) starring Nicolas Cage; The Negotiator (Warner) starring Samuel Jackson and Kevin Spacey; and Citizen X (HBO). He is a member of the Writers Guild of America (WGA, the screenwriters’ union) and uses Final Draft when working with writers of screenplays.

  • Carly Cantor

    A highly successful New York Times bestselling editor, ghostwriter, and Harvard-educated scholar of literary criticism...

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    Carly Cantor

    Manuscript Evaluations, Critiques, Organizational and Developmental Editing, Line Editing, Writing Assistance, Ghostwriting

    Carly is a publishing expert who is a two-time published author. She has worked in-house at a New York publisher as an acquisitions editor. She has most recently worked for Random House and Prentice Hall as an independent consultant and editor. She also works as agent with a well-established NYC agency, representing established authors. Her extensive experience in the industry enables her to pay attention to the bigger picture as well as the smallest details to produce the best-in-class work for you. Her specialties include critiquing, line editing of fiction and nonfiction projects.

    She has often worked with academics, psychologists, and medical doctors on high-level material in the social or life sciences and has helped them make their writing more accessible to a trade audience. One thrilled client, a doctor, said of her, "She is a consummate wordsmith, with the facility of not only understanding and integrating scientific and technical material but also illuminating arcane and otherwise opaque descriptions. She expertly shapes the structure of a presentation for better narrative flow, simplifying complex material to make it reader-friendly."

    Carly also edits fiction, with an understanding of the importance of subtlety and nuance. She approaches fiction with an appreciation for how the brain works and for the idea that a reader likes to pick up clues and figure some things out for himself rather than be told everything directly about how characters are thinking and feeling. One novelist client said, "I have been guided by a number of different editors throughout my career. Without any hesitation, I can say that [she] is the best editor I have ever worked with."

  • Stacey Donovan

    A highly successful New York Times bestselling editor, ghostwriter, and Harvard-educated scholar of literary criticism...

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    Stacey Donovan

    Manuscript Evaluations, Critiques, Organizational and Developmental Editing, Line Editing, Writing Assistance, Ghostwriting

    Before Stacey Donovan became a professional editor more than 20 years ago, she worked in a literary agency where she learned how to say no more often than yes, and include reasons why. A stint in advertising followed, teaching her to tell it short and sweet, meet deadlines, and most important: never give up.

    Donovan is a ten-time published book author of both fiction and non-fiction. She has edited or ghostwritten dozens of published books for her clients. Two became New York Times Bestsellers, and another nominated for Best First Novel by International Thriller Writers. She is experienced in many genres: Contemporary/Mainstream; Caper/Detective; Literary Fiction; Mystery; Psychological Thriller; Suspense; Women's Fiction; Young Adult; Memoir/Autobiography; Creative Nonfiction.

    Editing Specialties
    • Detailed critique/evaluation of your manuscript
    • Developmental/structural/stylistic edit of your manuscript
    • Complete revision of your manuscript
    • Collaborate with you in a mentoring capacity as you edit your manuscript
    • Collaborate with you on a query and/or synopsis when the manuscript is ready for publication
    • Determine with you which literary agent would be suitable for representation
    • Determine with you whether to pursue mainstream, small, or self-publishing
    • Consultation on your initial and/or ongoing Social Media strategy

    Donovan is a writing coach, mentor, collaborator and ghostwriter. She has published dozens of non-fiction articles on design and art, and specialized in celebrity interviews with experts in their field. She is also a Publishing and Social Media strategist.

  • David Henderson

    A highly successful New York Times bestselling editor, ghostwriter, and Harvard-educated scholar of literary criticism...

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    David Henderson

    David Henderson has built up a distinguished career as an editor, writer, and filmmaker. His flair for the written word, creative acumen, and meticulous attention to detail has earned him a loyal following of clients in need of ghostwriting, developmental editing, or content editing. From novels to non-fiction works to memoirs, David will take the raw material of your ideas and develop them into a finished work, tailored to your own unique voice and style and ready to submit to publishers or finalized for self-publishing.

    After earning his master's degree in Journalism at Northwestern University, he spent many years working for an academic press and later for a major publishing house before committing to freelancing full-time. His work has been published in the New York Times, the Huffington Post, and other print and digital publications and he has ghostwritten several projects large and small. Most recently, he penned a book for a prominent Washington, D.C. therapist and educator. As a self-taught, award-winning filmmaker, David is also an authority on screenwriting for short or feature films.

  • John David Kudrick

    A highly successful New York Times bestselling editor, ghostwriter, and Harvard-educated scholar of literary criticism...

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    JOHN DAVID KUDRICK

    John David Kudrick (BA in Theology / MA in Journalism—Professional Writing: Fiction).

    You're sitting at your computer, smiling, feeling an incredible sense of satisfaction in your heart. After more hours than you can count, you've finally finished your novel – a story from deep within your soul that you want to share with the world.

    But then the questions start hitting your mind: Is it the very best that it can be? Will anyone even want to read it? What should I do with it now?

    With nearly twenty years of experience as an editor, John David understands the gamut of feelings that comes with getting your novel from your hard drive and into print. That's why he'd love to partner with you in getting your novel to the next level …

    • Manuscript Critique – With a detailed evaluation document and annotated comments/suggestions throughout your manuscript, find out how you can make your good book even better.
    • Content Editing – Guidance and hands-on editorial help in reorganizing and revising your story to make it even more powerful and engaging. Includes two rounds of editorial review.
    • Copyediting – Line-by-line editing to take care of grammar, word usage, tone, format, and more. Includes two rounds of editorial review.
    • Proofreading – A final polish to clean up typos, inconsistencies, misspellings, and punctuation problems. Includes two rounds of editorial review.
    • Ghostwriting – Crafting of a book-length manuscript using existing material from author. Also includes a follow-up copyedit. (NOTE: Ghostwriting available for Christian living/spirituality book projects only.)
  • Floyd Largent

    A highly successful New York Times bestselling editor, ghostwriter, and Harvard-educated scholar of literary criticism...

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    FLOYD LARGENT

    Floyd Largent specializes in history, natural history, anthropology and the sciences on the non-fiction front, and speculative fiction (science fiction, fantasy, horror, and allied fields) otherwise. He's published his own e-book on fiction marketing (100 Great Places to Sell Your Short Stories, Both On and Off the Web), and is intimately familiar with technical writing, having worked as a technical writer and editor for ten years. He's also been published in most of the popular American history magazines, including American History, America's Civil War, Old West, and True West.

    Mr. Largent can provide publishing assistance (especially with short stories and journal articles), content development, manuscript evaluation, and mentoring services, supplemented with advice concerning manuscript mechanics, query letters, book synopses, and proposals.

    • Developmental editing
    • Book proposals

    "I handed Floyd my 65,000 word manuscript on June 6th and got it back, polished to within an inch of its life, on July 25th. Floyd did a fantastic job."

    "I've been going through the story and I'm about halfway through the review.... So far, the work is incredible. I really like what you've done with it to say the least. Satisfaction would be an understatement."

    "Floyd Largent did an outstanding job with my manuscript. [H]is attention to detail, knowledge, and professionalism surpassed my expectations. I could not have been happier with the final product, or picked a more qualified editor to work with."