My experience in the publishing field covers a wide range of materials, including juvenile and adult nonfiction and fiction. I offer comprehensive editorial services including writing, editing, fact checking, proofreading, transcription and input, and design and layout.
Freelance editorial services provided to a variety of clients and in a variety of genres.
Proofread and edited novels and textbooks.
Apprenticed and worked with a number of small publishers and other organizations, learning all aspects of editing and publishing.
The end of the nineteenth century—the rich have great interest in the occult; tables dance everywhere, and ghosts speak in many a darkened room. Wolf can make or break reputations in the field of spiritism. A one-man inquisition, hunting for the truth, he makes the inexplicable explicable, or gives it the benefit of the doubt until he finally sees through the trick. When he discovers that cert... read more
In Book Three of the series, Alex, Ludo the Wolpertinger and Shabby Chum return to the mysterious Downhills. This time they take along Princess Barbara, to help retrieve the magic book that is needed to free the magician Halo. The adventure starts as soon as they enter the Downhills. All is not well! Ton-ton is serious trouble, the drought has almost dried up the river. The land under the red ... read more
Alex and his friends, Shabby Tabby Chum and Ludo the wolpertinger are on a mission to save the magician Halo. Halo is being held prisoner by Prince Ruff Rumble. The giant prince wants the magician to make gold for him. Halo's magic books are now unreadable after falling into the lake but he couldn't have made the gold even if his books hadn't gotten wet. The prince doesn't know that, and Alex'... read more
Never trust a wolpertinger! For wolpertingers only give you troubles! Still, once, a long time ago, there was a boy who made friends with a wolpertinger. That was Alex, the boy from the Alps, who lived in the land of the giant king Clover and traveled through the Downhills – together with Ludo the wolpertinger. They had many wonder adventures, and this is how they met. Excerpt:Rumour has it th... read more
Unlike many traditional textbooks on microwave and RF engineering written mainly for the classroom, this book adopts a practical, hands-on approach to quickly introduce and familiarize students and engineers new to this subject. Topics range from an introduction of lumped elements and transmission line components to multi-stage amplifier design. Theoretical concepts are explained through the r... read more
Subtitle: How To Succeed Where Others Fail This book is for anyone who finds them self in the role of stepparent. No one plans on being a stepparent; it's something that happens when you fall in love with someone who already has children. Just like parenting, it can be very fulfilling or it can be frustrating and heartbreaking. The choice is ours. Written by a psychologist and stepmother, who ... read more
It is the 14th century, and great wolves still roam the forests of England. The conflict between England and France that will one day be remembered as the Hundred Years’ War is just beginning, and 14-year-old Trevor Wenton is joining King Edward III’s army. Enlisting at the same time is Toshi, a young Englishman of Asian ancestry. The two are about to set off on a medieval roller coaster ride ... read more
When Zachary Taylor Primrose, former corporal, United States Marine Corps, walks into the Marine/Navy recruiting office in Las Vegas, Nevada, on a hot August day in 1966, he has one goal in mind: to get to Vietnam as quickly as possible. ?The Corps was the best thing that ever happened to me, and I?d like to give something back and serve my country again," Primrose tells the recruiting officer... read more
When Quintin Underwood Michaels receives a phone call from the Cabal, he knows he’s in for another tussle with the forces of evil. This is not the first time that the Cabal, a clandestine organization operating outside the radar of officialdom, has called on Quint to help do battle with the evildoers of the world. The assignment: hunt down the terrorists in Las Vegas before they can execute th... read more
This book examines the history of Muslim Azerbaijan under Christian Orthodox Russian imperial rule and the attempts of the Russian administrators of the Caucasus to integrate the region into the empire. Firouzeh Mostashari presents the formation of a Russian colonial administration in the Muslim Caucasus; subsequent social, political and economic development and the local response to conquest,... read more
A remarkable spiritual testament of fatherhood.The 2nd Edition of an amazing book that provides wisely condensed messages about those things that all fathers and daughters need to realize about each other and reminded of, occasionally.The author being an experienced father of three daughters knows exactly what he's talking about when he describes this unique relationship in this book full of f... read more
Schools need to be able to regulate sexting, but at what point are administrators infringing on students' rights? Is teenage sexting a violation of child pornography laws? This book tackles these tough issues and others.• Provides clear analysis of current child pornography statutes and case law• Discusses the unintended consequences of sexting to the lives of teenagers• Presents suggestions r... read more
Frozen shoulder-capsulitis, adhesive capsulitis, and primary frozen shoulder-is an agonizing and debilitating condition that causes excruciating pain, increasing stiffness and movement loss in one or both shoulders. Typically, the condition takes two to three years to resolve, even with costly interventions. The exact causes of frozen shoulder are medically unknown, and most sufferers find rec... read more
'Sociology of Memory: Papers from the Spectrum' presents sociological research regarding memory in various forms; that is, memory conceptualized and utilized by institutions as small as the family or as large as institutionalized electronic 'commodity' memory computer banks or the banked biological DNA 'memory' of entire populations. The papers advance sociological discourse beyond the classic... read more
Good and evil are as old as ethics or morality itself. For without an understanding of religious or philosophical ethics, the moral existence of good and evil would be impossible to comprehend; the term good, for example, would be exclusively a matter of subjective personal likes and dislikes-in other words, a mere matter of taste, differing from individual to individual with no real obligatio... read more
While sitting in a park, a small group of boys, all teenagers and all members of the same gang, witness an accident involving what appears to be an old man. He is not really an old man, however, but an alien from outer space. Like a number of other witnesses, the boys run to where the accident occurred; however, to their and everyone else's amazement the old man is nowhere to be found. It's as... read more
Alphatopbetics: Ideas We Live With and Live by Every Day of Our Life is a book inspired by the study of psychology, theology, history, science, and especially philosophy. Influenced by the Greek philosophers Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle, Jerry Dampier has combined life experience and informal discussions to arrive at the basis of Alphatopbetics. "The ideas written about in this book are not ... read more
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I'm a New York City-based editor specializing in commercial nonfiction, and have worked on several NYT-bestselling titles.
Edited over 100 fiction and non-fiction titles, including Prime Minister's Prize, The Age and various Premiers' literary award winners.