I provide copy editing and indexing services for a forthcoming anthology of essays. It is my duty to correspond with each contributor to ensure all editorial queries are settled before the manuscript goes to press.
In my role as a copy editor with Juniper Editing and Creative (JEC), I edit a variety of manuscripts (from history books to YA fiction) to a high standard of excellence, correcting all mechanical and grammatical errors while abiding by the style guides of different publishers. I also write and edit blog posts on topics pertaining to writing and editing that offer knowledge and inspiration to JEC's clients.
As a freelance editor for FriesenPress, a premiere self-publishing company, I provide professional editing services for a variety of books. I standardize each book so that they meet FriesenPress' quality standards and style guidelines, corresponding with the Editorial Coordinator to ask/answer queries and report progress. I also provide a service of consulting authors over the phone to offer one-on-one feedback and encouragement. Self-motivated and passionate about my work, I prioritize my tasks in a flexible working schedule to meet every publishing deadline.
I write articles for popular online art publications. My articles analyze and describe the themes and stylistic characteristics of various contemporary, cutting-edge artists. It has also been my duty to hire new writers and train them in the writing and production of engaging content. I ensure everything is fact-checked and mechanically flawless prior to online publication.
On behalf of Editors-in-Chief from the University of Victoria, I proofread Routledge's The Modernist World, a lengthy manuscript composed of several academic essays on global modernism. Following Routledge’s strict guidelines, I meticulously standardized each essay in regards to format and style. I also compiled and carefully organized a comprehensive index for this book.
In addition, I edited hundreds of entries for The Routledge Encyclopedia of Modernism, a massive online resource for the study of modernism.
A whirlpool of crowsSwirls above, justifyingOur murderousnessThe world is a quiet place now. The streets are choked with dust and the ruins of civilization; the horizon is bleak in every direction. There are only a few survivors left. Occasionally, the silence is broken with cries of violence as the corrupted remains of humanity feed off the living. There is no longer any distinction between s... read more
For as long as humanity has existed, a war has waged between the forces of Darkness and Light. Serving the Dark are Rewera, people possessed by demons, their immortality bought through human sacrifice. The only ones who can stop them are the Pegasi: a special race of mortals who must wield a sacred blade, the Sagrado Cuchillo, in order to banish the demons back into the depths of Hell. Little ... read more
The year is 2024, and a virus has brought mankind to the very brink of annihilation. Grim pockets of what still passes for civilization exist only in North America, Russia, and China. The rest of the world is an abattoir of anarchy and infection.Johnny Black was part of Canada’s elite JTF2 serving overseas at the time of the outbreak. When he lost his wife and daughter to the virus, the shock ... read more
It’s 1987, and a dark shadow is about to fall upon the city of Sifton and its residents. Hayward Barry and his best friends—Joe, Davey, and Pete—are typical fifth- and sixth-grade boys, hanging out after school and getting into trouble. However, powerful urges and deep feelings have begun to grow in the boys as they approach young adulthood; for Hayward, this is his affection for Beth, a girl ... read more
It is the late seventh century, and the world is a violent place, steeped in blood and legend as Viking merchants traverse the Black Sea and war against neighboring tribes. Near the turbulent waters of the ancient Slavuta River, a boy named Azurr is born to a powerful jarl and a sorceress mother. Still an infant, his prophecy arrives in the middle of a storm, beneath the light of a burning tre... read more
Ageless, ruthless, and vicious, Marquaisa is a pitiless vampire who has lusted for blood and gold since the days of the Roman Empire. A beautiful terror to behold, with ink-black hair and alabaster skin, and armed with a rapier and razor-sharp talons, she kills without mercy. Insatiable, Marquaisa sets her sights on Louisbourg, the French fortress at the edge of the New World that defends the ... read more
You must accept that there will be loss. To deny this is to deny the nature of our struggle. And with the loss, the darkness will come for you at times.—Col. Akio Sato (726 AF). On a planet lost in the great Void, Lt. Thomas Walker wakes up after a horrific dream—alone, low on supplies, and at the beginning of a dangerous mission. One thousand years ago, the denizens of Earth colonized Thomas’... read more
Having already fended off planetary destruction by a malicious alien race, the denizens of Earth are now keenly aware that they are not alone in the universe. The Earth Protection Services (EPS) has been established, and for the first time, humans are braving the dark regions of space to meet other races, both friendly and dangerous. In due time, it is expected that Earth will become part of t... read more
Welcome to the world of Mirgon, the vast landscape perfect for the adventurer type, but not without consequence. Be it bandits, adventurers, or simple thugs, everyone wants a little freedom to do what they want. Unfortunately for Xeno and Josiah, who set off on their own travels, the government is corrupt, and has agents everywhere. Seemingly heartless at first, Xeno, and the allies he meets o... read more
Nix Baines is seventeen years old, and she is displaced and alone. Neglected by her workaholic mother, lacking friends, and haunted by vivid manifestations of her own unexplored emotions, her life seems to be spiralling towards destruction and self-hate. However, there is one place in her small world where she feels safe and secure: the home of Mrs. Langlois, a mysterious older woman whose qui... read more
The Modernist World is an accessible yet cutting edge volume which redraws the boundaries and connections among interdisciplinary and transnational modernisms. The 61 new essays address literature, visual arts, theatre, dance, architecture, music, film, and intellectual currents. The book also examines modernist histories and practices around the globe, including East and Southeast Asia, South... read more
In our complex world, how can we learn to think through moral dilemmas in the pursuit of justice? How do the words we associate with morality impact our understanding and application of it? In short, how can we enact equal measures of fairness among family members, friends, and strangers? These are the troubling questions that guide Dr. Otto Toews as he critically engages with the language of ... read more
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