Proofreading and copyediting

I am a freelance proofreader and copyeditor and I’ve worked across a range of genres across fiction and non-fiction for publishers including HarperCollins, Penguin Random House and Hachette.

Here are some of titles I’ve worked on:


The Trees by Percival Everett (Influx Press) – longlisted for the Booker Prize

Keisha the Sket by Jade LB (#MerkyBooks)

Yinka, Where Is Your Huzband? by Lizzie Damilola Blackburn (Penguin General)

Galatea by Madeline Miller (Bloomsbury)

You’re Not Broke; You’re Pre-Rich by Emilie Bellet (Octopus)

Africa is Not A Country by Dipo Faloyin (Vintage)

Little Shop of Hidden Treasures by Holly Hepburn (Simon & Schuster)

The Interview by Gill Perdue (Penguin General)

Cook As You Are by Ruby Tandoh (Profile)

A Scandinavian Christmas (Vintage)

Living While Black by Guilaine Kinouani (Ebury)

Variations by Juliet Jacques (Influx)

Hope and Glory by Jendella Benson (Orion)

We Can Do Better Than This edited by Amelia Abraham (Vintage)

Man Hating Psycho by Iphgenia Baal (Influx Press)

Millennial Black by Sophie Williams (HarperCollins)

Release the Beast by Bimini Bon Boulash (Penguin General)

My Monticello by Jocelyn Nicole Johnson (Vintage)

Sunny by Sukh Ojla (Hodder)

Witches by Brenda Lozano (MacLehose Press)


What Writers Read edited by Pandora Sykes (Bloomsbury)

Black and Great: The Careers Manifesto by Rene Germain (Coronet)

Tomorrow I Become a Woman by Aiwanose Odafen (Schribner)

Unfinished Business by Leye Adenle (Cassava Republic)

I Wish I Knew This Earlier by Toni Tone (4th Estate)

Dreams From My Mother by Dame Elizabeth Anionwu (Orion)

A Good Day to Die by Amen Alonge (Orion)

Secret History by Sinclair McKay (Headline)

The Stories We Tell by Aida Amoako (Laurence King)

Advice From Strangers by Rachel Parris (Hodder)

Standing Heavy by Gauz (MacLehose Press)


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