Malone Editorial Services
1993 – Present (21 years)
With a BS in Political Science and minors in Journalism and English from Tarleton State University,
Susan Malone’s professional background includes working as an editor, columnist and reporter for
newspapers and magazines. In business since 1993, her edited books have been featured in Publishers
Her clients include NY Times Bestselling author Mary B. Morrison and Essence bestselling author,
Naleighna Kai. Other notable books include: Superwoman’s Child (nominated for an NCAACP Image
Award); The Things I Could Tell You by Jeremy Woodson; and Ida Mae Tutweiler and the Traveling Tea
Party, which was made into a highly successful Hallmark film in 2009.
An award-winning author of both fiction and nonfiction, Susan’s works focus on women's issues,
touching the inner emotions of the feminine psyche. She also participates as a speaker at many writers’
conferences, including the Harriett Austin Writer's Conference/ University of Georgia, Blue Ridge
Writer’s Conference in Georgia, and the SouthWest Writer's Conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico.