“Summer Rose” has just gone through a major metamorphous. First of all, she's no longer “Summer Rose.” Well, the heroine is Summer Rose, but the title is now “The Heart of Camelann,” a much more encompassing title, one that hints at more than romance. I like it. Genevieve Graham, author of “Under The Same Sky,” one of the best historical novels ever posted on Authonomy and about to be published by Penguin/Berkley, suggested that title. She is Writing Wildly Editing Services and has perfected many books here on Authonomy. I think she's done a magnificent job of polishing “The Heart of Camelann.” I cannot begin to praise her expertise enough. Not only does she know her grammar and punctuation upside down and sideways, she knows how to fluff and plump a paragraph or, if need be, knock the feathers out of it. She also took the time to check my historical accuracy. Did the words I used exist in the 1860s? To top it off, she’s pleasant and fun. Please take a look and let me know what you think of “The Heart of Camelann.”
So many...a few are:
To Kill a Mockingbird, Valley of Decision, For Whom the Bell Tolls, The Great Gatsby, Noble House, The Thornbirds,..and Austin, Dickens, Dumas, Hawthorne, Hugo, Kipling, Twain, most American and English classics.
All of Larry McMurty, James Patterson, James Fleming, Elizabeth George, and so many more.
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