Sue Brown-Moore is a freelance developmental editor who partners with indie romance authors to bring out the very best in their manuscripts. She has worked with notable and award-winning talents such as authors Gail Carriger, Susan Grant, Asa Maria Bradley, Sara Whitney, and Lea Kirk. Sue specializes in romance—including paranormal, contemporary, historical, steampunk, sci-fi, and queer spectrum—and is drawn to character-driven and category-style stories.
Her past work on the Dreamspun Desires and Beyond stories, including Ashyln Kane’s Fake Dating the Prince and Bru Baker’s Stealing His Heart, has garnered praise from prominent literary journals, and The CEO’s Christmas Manny by Angela McCallister was a finalist for a 2019 Lambda Literary Award. One of Sue’s freelance clients, Shannon Gallagher, was a 2019 Golden Heart® finalist for her heartfelt historical romance Every Time You’re Near.
Sue shares her editorial insight and experience with authors in her Romantics group on Patreon, where members get weekly motivation & inspiration, pro editing tips, go-to writerly resources, line editing lessons, and two-minute tips videos. Check out Sue’s new website for her latest tips, teachings, freebies, course offerings, and consulting services: SueBrownMoore.com
Sue has always been a champion of romance—in her past life, she ran a romance review blog and podcast—and is ever looking for ways to promote and progress the genre. She’s a feminist who believes romance should be as inclusive as possible. Every body deserves a happy ending.
When she’s not editing and reading romance, Sue indulges in good wine, tasty cheese, and celebrating the friendship of strong, supportive women. You can find Sue on Instagram and Twitter @DaVinciKittie or Patreon and Facebook @TheRomanceEditor.
Sue Brown-Moore is a freelance developmental editor specializing in romantic fiction, and her work with indie and traditionally published authors has garnered literary praise and notable industry award recognition.
She’s passionate about her author education and consulting work, where she shares everything she knows about writing romantic fiction. Visit SueBrownMoore.com for all the goodies. Sue is a feminist who has always been a champion of romance and believes that every body deserves a happy ending.
Sue Brown-Moore is a freelance developmental editor specializing in romantic fiction and an author coach and educator at SueBrownMoore.com. She’s a feminist and a champion of romance who believes that every body deserves a happy ending. Reach out to Sue on Instagram and Twitter @DaVinciKittie or Patreon and Facebook @TheRomanceEditor.
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- Website: SueBrownMoore.com
- Patreon group, The Romantics: @TheRomanceEditor
- Instagram: @DaVinciKittie | @SueBrownMoore
- Facebook: @SueBrownMoore
- Twitter: @DaVinciKittie | @SueBrownMoore
- Subscribe to her Writing Romance newsletter
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