Judy Hagey

Judy Hagey – Editor

I am a copyeditor and proofreader with more than 10 years of experience and am proficient in Chicago Manual of Style and APA.


I launched my freelance career editing DMin dissertations for seminary students. Not surprisingly, my specialty is nonfiction genres: academic, memoir, and creative nonfiction, but I also edit fiction. I currently work for several Christian publishers as well as my own freelance clients.
Biographies & Memoirs Christian Non-Fiction Inspirational
Christian Fiction Historical Fiction Women's Fiction
English (US)

Work experience


Jul, 2009 — Present

I have worked with both fiction and nonfiction clients preparing manuscripts for self-publication as well as traditional authors and post-graduate students. Competent in Chiacgo Manual of Style (Turabian) and APA.


Ladies of the Fire

Luftig, Robin

As Gail watched loved ones walk perilous journeys, she realized her past relationships with them had followed an intentional plan of detachment. It was as though Gail had erected a sign that said, Keep Out. Fear of involvement in situations that could upset he... read more
Finally! A grammar guide specifically designed for fiction writers! Introducing the second edition, with more than fifty new entries!WRITING CORRECTLY DOESN’T HAVE TO BE HARD OR TEDIOUSGreat writers write well. Grammatical errors mark a manuscript as unprofess... read more
Being a pastor has its rewards and pleasures. But churches can be unsafe places. They are filled with broken, imperfect people. Many ministers of the gospel walk into a church naïve about the potential hazards of their vocation. They are vulnerable to difficul... read more
By the Sea

Claudette Renalds

Twin boys adopt a dog and its reclusive owner. Walks along the shore inspired much of Alex Caine’s successful writing career. But today, he had no ambition but to romp with his dog, Bailey, and bask in the early morning sun still low on the horizon. He’d found... read more
Manhattan Grace

Clarice G. James

When a door opens for Gracie Camden to leave Cape Cod and move to Manhattan as a nanny for a Juilliard drama instructor, she fully expects God to use her acting talent and launch her to stardom. She’s been here been six months. What’s taking him so long? Seymo... read more

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