This past fall, Engen editor embarked on an epic journey across our great nation of Canada! Read the entire epic saga here! 🙂
Part One: Can Something be both an introduction and a warning?
Part Two: I always forget how beautiful Newfoundland is.
Part Three: We may have style, but we have no sense of direction.
Part Four: Where’s the Red?
Part Five: Problems of being Monolingual.
Part Six: Stupid Squirrels!
Part Seven: There’s something about Ontario..
Part Eight: Welcome to the Flatlands
Part Nine: Get in losers, we’re going shopping!
Part Ten: Three Days in One
Part Eleven: The Highs, the Lows, & the Midway Point Between
Part Twelve: There’s a Theme to these Songs
Part Thirteen: It’s a Pancake Printer!
Part Fourteen: Barrie and Besties
Part Fifteen: O Canada
Part Sixteen: There’s no Place like Home
Erin Vance is an editor and a graduate of the Memorial University of Newfoundland English Honors Program.
Erin wrote her Honors thesis paper, The Song of the Mockingjay, explored the nature of Katniss Everdeen’s agency in Suzanne Collins’ The Hunger Games series. She is creative, spiritual, and loves reading, writing, and anything to do with words.
Erin is an editor for Engen Books on a work-for-hire basis and is currently accepting proposals from more editing work in both copy and content from authors of all backgrounds and skill sets, subject to right-to-refusal and prices to be negotiated based on the amount of time each project is estimated to take. Potential authors wishing to work with Erin should write firstname.lastname@example.org and allow up to four weeks for a response.
Current Works, Editor
The Pitch: The approaching execution of Adam Genblade brings closure to the men and women of Coral Beach… until people start showing up dead in the same manner they did when he was at large. Now his victims are forced to keep him alive in order to get their answers… or accept that it may not have been him to begin with.
Note: Erin edited the 2015 international edition of Smoke and Mirrors only.
The Pitch: Thomas Horton is a good cop. Focused and unyielding, he has one of the highest solved-case rates in Los Angeles, a city with the highest unsolved murder rate in the whole of the United States. Despite his record, his resolve is questioned by the appearance of a young man named Xander Drew: a man equally as focused and determined, but who refuses to operate within the confines of the rigid California legal system.
When the egos and obsessions of both men collide, Horton enters a violent and dangerous world he didn’t know existed beneath the veneer of order and structure that he has based his entire deductive method around, forcing both men to question everything they knew… until they are both threatened to be dragged down to a place where everything burns, until all that are left, are Cinders.