Welcome to the online home of Moonshell Books, Inc. Our company has three main areas of business:

  • Publishing the novels of Shelley Adina, Adina Senft, Charlotte Henry, and a small list of other authors.
  • Copyediting the works of independent authors
  • Teaching the craft and business of writing, both in the university classroom and at workshops internationally.

Feel free to browse, and be sure to click on a recent blog post. Each post will tell you about a book copyedited by Moonshell Books, Inc., with back-cover copy and a close-up of the cover. Enjoy!

7 thoughts on “Home

  1. Shelley, I heard you talk in Burlingame on Saturday and really enjoyed it. I bought the first book in your steam punk series and finished it in two days. Remember what you said about turning those pages? Well, I couldn’t put it down. Mostly because I had no idea what would happen next. After I catch up on things I ignored while I read, I’ll be reading the next one.
    So glad to have met you and discovered your books.
    : ) Malena

  2. The Longest Road was awesome! One of the Best Amish books written. I’ve truly enjoyed reading it and was wondering when will The Highest Mountain and The Sweetest Song be published?
    I’ve read all your Amish books and was thrilled to find a new series.
    I so enjoy the Amish lifestyle and the peace they have in their lives. More like the peace of my childhood.
    I was raised and still active in my faith, Apostolic/Pentecostal. We too enjoy the peace knowing God brings, but although of the world, we are more in the world than the Amish.
    Please keep your great books coming.
    M. Jean S.

    • Jean, thank you so very much! You’ve made my day 🙂 I’m hoping The Highest Mountain will come out in the early summer next year, and The Sweetest Song probably about six months after that. These books take a long time to write because of all the research, as you can imagine 🙂 Thanks for writing!

      PS: I hope you’ll leave a review on Amazon–it really helps people to find the books. Hugs!

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