Sue has been copyediting the monthly industry reports that I write since I started my own company in early 2007.  She is multi-skilled, also supporting the business with invaluable research and accounting work, always reliable and incredibly conscientious. In her copyediting, Sue demonstrates great attention to detail and an intelligent approach to the task.  Her contribution to the reports is invaluable and I believe that she would be a tremendous asset to any author.


Cathy Darwent, Director, Paperchem Report

Sue Davison delivers excellent work.  A professional attitude combined with a thorough knowledge of editing. Even better, she does it fast!  I've been very happy using her service, especially since I'm one of the grammar challenged. Recommended without reservations.

Daphne Moore, speculative fiction author

Sue has copyedited and proofread all my historical romances, and done a splendid job-not just checking for spelling and grammar, but pointing out inconsistencies, questioning things of dubious historical accuracy, querying the motivations or likely actions of characters where necessary, etc. Highly recommended (just don't book her up when I'm going to need her again!).

Jayne Davis        www.jaynedavisromance.co.uk

I wrote a memoir of over 106,000 words. Editing involved revisions, suggestions about content, improving accuracy of language, flow and overall readability; that is a detailed review of the whole writing process. Sue Davison carried out her work efficiently and delivered on time. She did an excellent job and I can recommend her without hesitation.

Frank Greatorex, retired Procter & Gamble Country Manager

Sue Davison helped me with my first romance novel in English. English is not my first language, and it can be a challenge to know if the grammar is correct, where it doesn't sound right and for me, especially, if I mix American and British. She's thorough, efficient and helpful. Sue did an amazing job for me and I hope she's available for my next novel! I would recommend her work to anyone.


Natalie Normann