Kayla Henley is the owner and founder of Henley Ink: Book Coaching and Editing, where she provides book coaching, developmental, and copyediting services for books of all genres. She also is the editor at Light of the Moon, Inc. a company that partners with authors to self-publish their books.
Kayla graduated with a BA in English with a concentration in creative writing from the University of Denver. She has experience critiquing writing across a number of genres, from fantasy and historical fiction to memoir and poetry. She is adept at evaluating developmental elements like character development, tone, pacing, and plot arc. Kayla wanted to be a writer since the young age of six, writing as a hobby for many years. Only after graduating college did she switch her focus to editing. Kayla wrote for her local newspaper, The Sopris Sun, for a few years upon its inception in 2009, and her poetry has been published in DU Foothills Magazine. Kayla is a Colorado-native, loves dogs of all shapes and sizes, and is an avid reader with a particular passion for historical fiction, mystery/thriller, and horror.