Since I turned freelance in 2017, I have worked on more than 140 novels, and edited a total of around 12 million words. I genuinely enjoy helping my clients produce the best possible outcomes for their projects, and as a result most of the projects I work on are from regular repeat clients. Here is a snap shot of some of the completed fiction projects.


For Titan Books

Invisible Blood: crime anthology edited by Maxim Jakubowski, 2019
Shatter War: A Time Shards novel by Dana Fredsti and David Fitzgerald, 2019
Tempus Fury: A Time Shards novel by Dana Fredsti and David Fitzgerald, 2021
Anno Dracula 1999: Daikaiju by Kim Newman, 2019
Two sci-fi novels in a trilogy of licensed fiction, 2019, 2020
: An Anthology edited by Marie O’Regan and Paul Kane, 2020
Re-Coil by J. T. Nicholas, 2020
The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes: The Martian Menace by Eric Brown, 2020
Echo Cycle by Patrick Edwards, 2020
Bone Harvest by James Brogden, 2020
Mycroft and Sherlock: The Empty Birdcage by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Anna Waterhouse, 2020
Dracula’s Child by J. S. Barnes, 2020
The Forever Sea by Joshua Phillip Johnson, 2021
Alien: Into Charybdis by Alex White, 2021
Alien 3: The Unproduced Screenplay by William Gibson, Pat Cadigan, 2021
Such Pretty Things by Lisa Heathfield, 2021
Confess to Me by Sharon Doering, 2021
The Art of Space Travel and Other Stories by Nina Allan, 2021
Something More Than Night by Kim Newman, 2021
Stars and Bones by Gareth L. Powell, 2022
The Haunting of Las Lágrimas by W. M. Cleese, 2022
36 Streets by T. R. Napper, 2022
Witherward by Hannah Mathewson, 2021
Wayward by Hannah Mathewson, 2022
Never the Wind by Francesco Dimitri, 2022
The Path of Thorns by A. G. Slatter, 2022
The Moonday Letters by Emmi Itäranta, 2022
Hooked by A. C. Wise, 2022
The Butcher by Laura Kat Young, 2022
Black is the Night: a crime anthology edited by Maxim Jakubowski, 2022
Ghostwritten by Ronald Malfi, 2022
Isolation: The Horror Anthology edited by Dan Coxon, 2022
Aliens: Vasquez by V. Castro, 2022
The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes: The Defaced Men by Tim Major, 2022
Sherlock Holmes and The Twelve Thefts of Christmas by Tim Major, 2022
Temple of No God by H. M. Long, 2022
Barrow of Winter by H. M. Long, 2023
Ten Low by Stark Holborn, 2021
Hel’s Eight by Stark Holborn, 2023
Dark Water Daughter by H. M. Long, 2023
Secret Invasion: A Prose Novel by Paul Cornell, 2023
Talonsister by Jen Williams, 2023
The Waking of Angantyr by Marie Brennan, 2023


For Allison & Busby, Independent Publisher

30 novels across the genres of

  • murder mystery (historical, contemporary)
  • crime (historical, contemporary, cosy/witty)
  • historical mystery (Victorian, medieval, railway detective series, First World War)
  • paranormal mystery

For Faber and Faber

Elsewhere by Yan Ge, 2023
Whites Can Dance Too by Kalaf Epalanga, 2023
The Black Eden by Richard T. Kelly, 2023
Shot With Crimson by Nicola Upson, 2023

For Independent Authors

The Lyme Regis Murders by Andrew Segal, 2019
The Black Candle Killings by Andrew Segal, 2021
Danger in the Rain
by Douglas Boatman, 2020
Old Pup: a collection of short stories by Douglas Boatman, 2020
Winds of Destruction by Karen Lykkebo, 2020
Never Let Them Kiss You
by C. A. Powell, 2020
Déjà vu McGrew and his Tank Crew by C. A. Powell, 2021
The Last Days of the Wake Men by C. A. Powell, 2021
The Valiant Crew of the Resilient French Tank by C. A. Powell, 2022
The Last Days of the Four Horsemen by C. A. Powell, 2023
The Red Baron’s Sky by C. A. Powell, 2023
Talia & Isaac by Lorraine Margaret, 2020
Jericho & Nuala by Lorraine Margaret, 2021
Love in a Perfect Universe by Lorraine Margaret, 2022
The Policeman by M. K. Jones, 2021
Collections of short stories set around life in Japan, 2021, 2022, 2023
The Ghosts of Passchendaele by Federick Petford, 2021
A Question of Malice by Federick Petford, 2023
The Song and the Sword by Isabelle Chevallot, 2022
The Gemarine Chronicles: Beyond Forsaken Worlds by J. P. McDonald, 2022
Eyes Shout Secrets by C. L. Hyde, 2022
Majic: The White Well by J. R. Thomson, 2023
Majic: The Black Book by J. R. Thomson, 2023