Deborah Meyler is a writer and editor. Her first published novel, The Bookstore, is available in six languages. It is set on the Upper West Side in New York. She is now writing her second novel, doing part-time editing, and sometimes painting watercolours.

Please use the contacts page to get in touch with Deborah if you have questions about her writing, or if you need help with your own. She can help with most aspects of writing, from initial concepts through to copy-editing. She takes on a limited number of people for whole books, but it is always worth an email to see. The cost to read, edit and comment upon three or four pages of writing (1000 words) is £45.00 or $65.00, with a maximum of a week's turnaround.

She is published by Simon & Schuster in the US, Bloomsbury in the UK and the Commonwealth, Garzanti in Italy, City Editions in France, Juritzen Forlag in Norway, The House of Books in Holland and by Sonsuz in Turkey.

Deborah was born in Manchester and was educated at Trinity College, Oxford, and St Andrews University, Scotland. She also holds a post-graduate diploma in journalism from City University, London, where she was sponsored by The Guardian. She lives in Cambridge.

Deborah's agent is Eleanor Jackson, at Dunow, Carlson and Lerner, 27 West 20th Street, Suite 1107 New York, NY 10011 • (212) 645-7606 • •