cheryl smith

cheryl smith - Editor

Cheshire, OR, United States

Author, copyeditor, former nonprofit attorney, medical marijuana advocate, dairy goat farmer, former health records administrator

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Overview

I am a freelance editor of magazines, newspapers and books and a nonfiction author.
Languages
English (US)
Non-Fiction
Agriculture
Health & wellbeing
Law
Medicine & Nursing & Dentistry
Fiction
Science Fiction
Short Story
Thriller & Suspense

Work experience

Editor/publisher

Self-employed
January, 2008 – Present (over 12 years)

Published Goat Health Care, including writing, editing and layout. Wrote numerous published articles on goat care, midwifery and cannabis-related issues. Currently copyedit Cannabiz Journal and Oregon Cannabis Connection newspaper. Copyedited two novels in the past year - Yosemite Rising and Dragonfly.

Portfolio (3 selected works)

Goat Health Care

Cheryl K. Smith

Whether you're planning to get a goat or have had a herd for years, you'll find yourself referring to this practical guide again and again. It contains all of the essential information to make it a must-have health care book for any goat owner. Goat Health Care will tell you about: * how to understand your goat and use your knowledge to identify illness * routine goat care tips and how-to's, i... read more

Whether you're planning to get a goat or have had a herd for years, you'll find yourself referring to this practical guide again and again. It contains all of the essential information to make it a must-have health care book for any goat owner. Goat Health Care will tell you about: * how to understand your goat and use your knowledge to identify illness * routine goat care tips and how-to's, i... read more

Yosemite Rising (Meadowlark Book 1)

Julie Dawn

A legend that will change the world.It’s been 150 years since the Ahwahnee Indians lived where Yosemite National Park now stands. Their last surviving Chief appears to Elizabeth Hutchings, a twenty-year-old biology student, the very day her parents die. Within 24 hours, she too is clinging to life as his whispers echo in her thoughts. An ancient prophecy has begun. A plague rips through the wo... read more

A legend that will change the world.It’s been 150 years since the Ahwahnee Indians lived where Yosemite National Park now stands. Their last surviving Chief appears to Elizabeth Hutchings, a twenty-year-old biology student, the very day her parents die. Within 24 hours, she too is clinging to life as his whispers echo in her thoughts. An ancient prophecy has begun. A plague rips through the wo... read more

Dragonfly (Meadowlark Book 2)

Julie Dawn

A dragonfly spends most of its life beneath the water. Seventeen year old Anna Page has lived her whole life at the bottom of a trailer park. The dreamcatcher in her bedroom was supposed to prevent bad dreams, but it doesn’t help when your whole life’s a nightmare. Instead of attending high school, she’s working at the local café to pay rent when an Ahwahnee Chief walks in. He leaves a napkin ... read more

A dragonfly spends most of its life beneath the water. Seventeen year old Anna Page has lived her whole life at the bottom of a trailer park. The dreamcatcher in her bedroom was supposed to prevent bad dreams, but it doesn’t help when your whole life’s a nightmare. Instead of attending high school, she’s working at the local café to pay rent when an Ahwahnee Chief walks in. He leaves a napkin ... read more

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