For The Literature strives to review all forms of literature. This ranges from book, theatre, and film. I also devote the occasional blog post to my many literary adventures. I also offer a freelance editing service, so feel free to use the contact form for your enquiries. Use the menu bar at the top to navigate through my blog and I hope that you enjoy what you read.
My name is Meg and I am a twenty year-old university student from England. I began my blog to aid my journey into Publishing. Through this I am able to read and watch movies all day, and attend the theatre more often! It has provided a reason to my usual entertainment and has allowed myself to indulge in such activities even more. If you would like to learn more about me head over to the ‘About Me’ page on the menu bar.
Meg is a truly fantastic editor! She gave me feedback on the plot and content first, helping me develop certain scenes, and then did her line-by-line editing. She was so professional and helpful throughout, asking thoughtful questions and making suggestions. I am so thrilled with my final manuscript and couldn’t have done it without her. I will definitely be using Meg for all my future novels.Angela Mack, author of I Am Unworthy and I Am Unbreakable
Meg has been a pleasure to work with. She’s professional and approachable and her input has really added an element of finesse to my novel. She is incredibly thorough, picking up grammatical errors whilst highlighting my bad habits. Her input made me think through areas where I’d been a little repetitive, or lax in descriptive moments, and my novel is better because of it.Roxanna C Revell, author of Because of Hattie and The Beneath
I would like to say a massive thank you to Tess Shepherd for giving me the opportunity to edit her latest novel Too Close To Home. As soon as Tess … Continue reading Book Review: Too Close To Home by Tess Shepherd
Thank you very much Welbeck Publishing for this gifted copy of The Guesthouse at Lobster Bay by Annie Robertson in exchange for an honest review. Emma suffers a traumatic event … Continue reading Book Review: The Guesthouse at Lobster Bay by Annie Robertson