Ambitious and hard-working writer and editor with a passion for literature and an extensive background in marketing and scientific publishing. Experience working in multiple genres, from marketing copy to fiction, with special expertise in academic editing, including journal articles, book chapters, and graduate dissertations.
Marketing Manager (Life Sciences): Developed global promotional strategy for Wiley’s collection of life science books, with a focus on the areas of biological life sciences and food science & technology. Assessed book proposals as part of publications committee. Created, executed, and monitored the effectiveness of both traditional and social media campaigns, operating with an independent budget.
Editorial Dept (Neuroscience): Managed Wiley's list of neuroscience journals, coordinating with marketing and production departments to retain and grow institutional subscriptions and attract authorial and editorial talent. Also commissioned three books in neuroscience and liaised with authors throughout publication.
From a New York Times–bestselling author and lifelong runner, a groundbreaking guide to fighting depression and anxiety one run at a time There’s no other book like this. Longtime running writer Scott Douglas marshals expert advice (especially his own, cultivated from more than 110,000 miles of personal experience), and a growing body of scientific research to show how running can make us happ... read more
A guide to safely and legally using CBD to treat injuries and enhance performance.CBD has officially gone mainstream, but many people are still confused about the uses, effects, legality, and safety of the product--and many have yet to realize the incredible benefits CBD offers active people. In this comprehensive guide, veteran sports author Scott Douglas breaks down the many ways athletes ca... read more
When eighth-grader Lex gets stuck walking her nerdy neighbor Bobby to school one chilly spring morning, she is certain nothing could possibly be worse. But then an act of violence occurs along the way, and Lex is forced to confront her own conscience. Is violence ever deserved? Who was really at fault? And, in the moment of confrontation, was she actually powerless to stop it?
Measurement refers generally to the process of assigning a numeric value to, or ordering characteristics or traits of, entities under study. Measurement is necessary for building and testing theory, specifying problems, and defining goals. It is arguably one of the most important and diffcult tasks in social work research. Social work researchers who are not expert in developing, selecting, an... read more
Since moving to the small town of Woodland, Maya's early morning runs have contained few surprises: the same windy roads, the same suburban scenery, the same anonymous motorists. One rainy morning though, a chance encounter places Maya in a situation she never expected, and one that ultimately tests her very will to survive.
Jass Dietrich has everything a college senior could dream of: solid grades, a supportive girlfriend, and cushy job waiting for him the moment he graduates. But then, on his last spring break trip, he meets and falls for Annabelle, the mysterious free spirit who challenges him to reconsider his plans. When Jass returns to campus, he finds himself finally facing the questions he had avoided for ... read more
This text responds to the new writing instructor's need to understand the complexity of classroom teaching before entering the classroom. Designed to complement studies in composition, this book brings the intructor-to-be into the classrooms of experienced writing instructors from the humanities, social sciences, and sciences. These experienced instructors' successes, half-successes, failures,... read more
The decision to become fit is always a good one, however, most people fail to maintain a healthy active lifestyle despite the abundance of exercise methods and multiple attempts.With down-to-earth logic and insightful illustrations, Being Fit uncovers the ingredients in which the body naturally finds its harmony, heals itself and gets fit as part of a balanced active lifestyle.Because any spor... read more
Celebrates all 15 parts of the Seder in their proper order Rabbinically approved--acceptable to any congregation Rabbi-edited to ensure all essential Seder rituals and traditions are present Essential prayers written in English, Hebrew, with transliteration Easy to follow color-coded cues and instructions for the leader and participantsPopular Seder songs as well as a fun Passover quiz are inc... read more
Recent Graduates are seeking careers in public service. The government is hiring and the "Pathways Programs" have been created by President Obama to recruit students:as interns who are enrolled at least half-time in qualifying educational programsfor the Pathway Recent Graduates Program, which is for applicants who have completed qualifying post-high school educational programsand the Presiden... read more
A horrifying story of an unlikely warrior who uses his supernatural abilities and razor-sharp weaponry to battle against the forces of evil. Demon slayer Norrin Knighton is in a race against time to find the artifact, an ancient key created by God that could unlock the Gates of Heaven. If the demons get a hold of the artifact, they will open the portal to Hell and bring upon the end of days. U... read more
Liang Anlei wants a life of glory and revengeAs a warrior who protects her village from shadow spirits, Anlei has never been beyond the borders of her town. All of that changes the day the viceroy and his fleet of mechanical dragons arrives. It’s the protection her village is desperate for, but it will only be given in exchange for Anlei’s hand in marriage. Torn between wanting to protect her ... read more
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Literary agent turned publishing consultant, specializing in memoir, travel/adventure, popular science, and other stories strange and true.
Twenty-five years of experience as a copy / line editor, primarily in science, for university, museum, and association presses.