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Welcome Shaunta Grimes

Lucky Bat Books is feeling lucky to be adding author and editor Shaunta Grimes to its managing editors team today. Shaunta is author of young adult novels including Viral Nation and Rebel Nation, and an editor with experience and passion in speculative fiction, children’s books, creative...

Welcome, Shane Borrowman

This week we are welcoming Shane Borrowman, editor, writer, and educator, to our stellar team of Lucky Bat Books managing editors. You’ll find Shane doing both developmental editing and copy-editing for a wide range of books, from one of his non-fiction loves−creative nonfiction−to suspense, genre,...

Meet Managing Editor Sarah Katreen Hoggatt

Today is our day to extend a big hearty welcome to Sarah Katreen Hoggat, as she joins the managing editor team at Lucky Bat Books. Sarah, a Salem, Oregon editor and publisher, has been working with Lucky Bat Books on projects already, so you may have already been in touch with her. She’ll still be...

Welcome Dayle Dermatis

Today is our day to extend a big hearty welcome to Dayle Dermatis, as she joins the managing editor team at Lucky Bat Books. Dayle has worked with Lucky Bat Books as an editor and now is jumping over to the project managing side of the team. She’ll still be editing, but now she will be shepherding...

The 5 Most Overused Words (and how to stop using them)

by Jessica Santina.  If much of the writing that happens these days is any indication, there really is nothing new under the sun. People have amazing dinners, amazing weekends with family, amazingly productive workdays. Just this morning, E Online wanted me to read its list of “10 amazing facts”...

Editing and Veggies – How to Pick What You Need!

by Louisa Swann. Growing a book is like growing a garden – you work your soil, plant the seeds, and let them grow, hoping they’ll become the magnificent plant you picture in your mind.  Sometimes the plants seem to take care of themselves and sometimes they need a little more help, but there’s one...