NY Times Bestselling editor/ghost with 25+ years experience in Big 5 Publishing. Specializing in thought leadership, business, true crime, political and celebrity memoir.
Bev’s recent titles include The Fall Line, a coming of age memoir by Eva Benefield about The Black Swan Murder (Gallery Books, 2025) Flip the Script by NYT bestselling sales guru, Oren Klaff, (Portfolio), WeCommerce by trend futurist Billee Howard,(Perigee) and Innovation in Translation, How Big Ideas Really Happen, by Dave Ferrera (Forbes).
Past titles include Youth Nation, written with trailblazing youth marketer Matt Britton, (Wiley) a #1 Amazon bestseller which was also one of Amazon’s top 5 business books of 2016, and WeCommerce (Perigee) by market trend futurist Billee Howard. The Sacred Thread, (Random House) a memoir by Adrienne Arieff about the friendship between an Indian surrogate and an American biological mom was an Amazon bestseller, and A London Times bestseller.
As an author, Bev’s NYT bestselling series Cinematherapy sold over a half a million copies worldwide, inspired 8 sequels, was translated into 9 languages, and was a TV show in primetime on WE for 11 years.
Bev’s work regularly appears in Forbes, Fortune and Fast Company Magazine. Bev’s books have been featured in the New York Times, the New York Daily News, the Boston Herald, the Los Angeles Times, the San Francisco Chronicle, the Chicago Tribune, the Chicago Sun Times, the Miami Herald, the Denver Post, Rocky Mountain News, the Cleveland Plain Dealer, and the Daily Oklahoman.
Finally, Luck Comes to Visit, It Doesn’t Come to Stay, a memoir by the iconic, and all around great guy and brilliant brand genius Charles Koppelman, is on hold as Charles passed away this spring. He will be greatly missed by many, including me.
Bev is a smart, insightful, empathetic and exciting collaborator who inspires her clients to reach higher, think bigger, drill down deeper, and look at the lessons of their experience with fresh eyes. Bev’s process will help you to become a better writer and storyteller. She knows how to maximize the talent of her authors, and the commercial potential of a story in ways that get noticed, attract a loyal following, and drive business.
Bev lives with her husband Jason and their notorious pugs on the Upper West Side of Manhattan.
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