Tiffany Fox is a graduate of Missouri Southern State University with a Bachelor of Science in sociology. Since 2012, she has dedicated her life to her passion for literature. Tiffany has focused her skills on industry-standard editing strategies to further help authors achieve their publishing goals. Her obvious obsession for books has allowed her to become a pivotal reference expert in editorial publishing. Authors are guided in an extensive, hands-on approach as she edits their manuscript, molding it into a beautifully polished novel.
Editor in Chief/Owner
After being told by her junior college English teacher she’d neverunderstand how to use commas, C.A. Houghton went on to successfully earn her undergraduate degree in English Teaching without needing to demonstrate comma mastery at all. However, there were several times she showed remarkable prowess in the field of semi-colons. Houghton earned a graduate degree in Educational Leadership and Foundations, which gave her more experience in parentheses and left her weary toward ellipses. It was not until her fifteen-year English teaching career when C. A. Houghton was finally able to inflict her comma expertise on unwilling junior high students.
Sr. Developmental Editor
Raised by a writing instructor, M. McClendon spent entire summerscoloring underneath desks while listening to other teachers learn how to teach writing. Later, she taught writing until realizing she couldn’t stand the bureaucracies of public education. Now she writes for herself and helps others find their voice in order to make their writing the best it can be. She holds a bachelor’s degree in communication with a focus on journalism and has completed master’s work in early American literature.
Shannon Casto is a professor of English and a publications advisor who earned her Bachelor of Arts in journalism and Masters of Education in instructional technology from Sam Houston State University. She has written three books and eight screenplays that have been produced into full-length films. She spends her days teaching high school yearbook, newspaper, photography, and college English. Due to her journalism background, she has been an editor in multiple situations and publications for over thirty-five years.