Megan McKeever spent nearly a decade at Simon & Schuster, editing in the Pocket Books and Gallery Books imprints, and acquired and edited New York Times and USA Today bestsellers, as well as RITA winners.
During her time there, Megan edited women's fiction, romance, urban fantasy, new adult, young adult, medieval fiction, paranormal, urban fantasy, memoir, as well as celebrity books.
She began freelance editing in 2011 and has helped numerous authors craft proposals and transform drafts into finished books they can be proud of.
Megan's select booklist can be found below.
"Mayhue’s newest book in the Daughters of the Glen series is amazing! The highly emotional, quick-paced plot makes this a page-turner. Deeply moving characters, fraught with emotional turmoil, the subtle entwining of Faerie magic and a highly charged, ever-expanding romance turn this into a keeper."
- Romantic Times TOP PICK
"Watch out you other grand dames of paranormal romance, Ms. Rickloff just spun a winner that is sure to be nipping at your heels."
- Night Owl Reviews
“An engrossing story of good and evil.”
- Romantic Times
"Rickloff perfectly fuses a refreshingly inventive, paranormal-steeped plot with an impeccably crafted Regency setting, and the result is a smart, sexy, and sublimely satisfying romance." - Booklist, starred review
- Janet Evanovich
"Cready combines her disparate elements with fast-paced dialogue and a charming plot, hanging it all on a smart, sassy lead." - Publisher's Weekly
"Sexy second-chance romance." - Romantic Times
"This character driven steamy book is like an affair between Desperate Housewives and a Jennifer Weiner novel, where priorities get shifted, friendships get broken and marriages, like their mansions, get rearranged." -GoodHousekeeping.com
- Jackie Collins
“A delight. I wondered, as I was reading it, how I every managed without a baby planner, and by the end I wondered how I ever managed without its author, Josie Brown.”
- Eileen Goudge, New York Times bestselling author
- Rilla Askew, author of Harpsong
"Maya Sloan's characters could be deemed purely comic if they weren't so realistic, tender if they weren't so jaded, and heartwarming if their lives weren't so heart-wrenching...A wild debut from a brilliant new novelist."
- Julianna Baggott, author of The Miss America Family