Developmental Editor Susan Malone’s Client Author Randy Denmon to Be Published

Western Novel “Lords of an Empty Land” to Be Published by Kensington Publishing Corporation

DALLAS, TX: Susan Mary Malone, (http://www.maloneeditorial.com) developmental editor and award winning book author, has just seen another of her author clients become published by a traditional publisher. Randy Denmon, a western author, is coming out with the new novel “Lords of an Empty Land.” The book was edited by Susan Malone and is now being published by the Kensington Publishing Corporation.

The book, published on the 31st of March to traditional publication outlets around the US, is the third novel written by the author. The book was edited by Susan Mary Malone, who focused not just on the grammatical and typographical points in the book editing process, but worked with the author to develop the plot and other elements of the book. The book is also being made available in electronic form. True West magazine has stated that Randy is a writer who takes the reader to “places rarely visited by the average western writer,” and American Cowboy magazine has called him a “promising new voice” in the western genre.

Randy stated on working with Susan Malone: “Susan’s the best. No BS. She doesn’t shy away from telling you what’s wrong with your manuscript. And she’ll show you how to fix it.”

Susan Malone spoke on working with the author: “Randy has a very definite talent for writing, and he has a novel he can well be proud of! I look forward to seeing what else he’ll come out with for his next book. The ‘Lords of an Empty Land’ is a real winner!”

Susan Mary Malone has worked as a freelance editor since 1993, with a BS in Political Science and minors in English and Journalism. Her client list includes NY Times Bestsellers, Essence Bestsellers and books featured in Publishers Weekly. She is also an award-winning author of fiction and non-fiction herself. She participates as a speaker in literary conferences such as the Harriett Austin Writer’s Conference (at the University of Georgia), the Blue Ridge Writer’s Conference, the SouthWest Writer’s Conference, and the East Texas Writer’s Guild, the Lexicon Conference, and the upcoming NETWO Spring Writer’s Conference among others. Her full biography and featured list of published authors can be viewed at http://www.maloneeditorial.com