From February 2002–August 2008 I worked within the Berkley/NAL Marketing team, first as an assistant, eventually rising to the rank of Marketing Manager. I was responsible for copywriting, some design work, project management, supervising of assistants and interns, and all assorted tasks involved in the Advertising and Promotion of books within a variety of imprints.
From August 2008–June 2017, I was a Senior Graphic Designer working at one time or another with every imprint under the Penguin Publishing Group umbrella. I was responsible for all areas of Advertising and Promotional design including, but not limited to, catalogs, promotional swag, online ads, print ads, promotional kits, mock-ups, ARC cover design, blad and recipe bundle design, press releases, postcards, brochures, flyers, and, most recently, plenty of social media headers, ads, and social shares. I worked with colleagues on projects as well as dealing with vendors and production specialists outside the company.
Roommates can be hell. Like when they’re late with the rent, late on bills, or constantly trying to kill you. Jonah Preston thought he knew what he was getting into after signing the paperwork to buy his new home: yardwork, a leaky pipe here and there, maybe the occasional squirrel in the attic. He just didn’t expect to share that new home with a ghost. Before all the boxes are unpacked, Jonah... read more
The Moszkowski family was one of the fortunate ones. The family’s journey during and after World War II began when they fled Poland in 1939, under Hitler’s Luftwaffe aerial assault. Theirs is not a typical Holocaust escape story. Father Arthur Moszkowski’s position as an engineer afforded the family a path that was not possible for many Jews. Although they endured life-threatening hardships du... read more
Imagine that you had an investment methodology that identified the "best of the best" companies listed on the stock market and often found them when they were still cheap. These super companies usually out-perform the general stock market averages by a wide margin over the long run and so will you. Add to this the ability to step out of the market when the big recessions roll past and you have... read more
In this first-of-its-kind self-help guide, Award Winning designer, Kelly Heaps, pulls back the curtain on the home design industry as she reveals insider secrets. Learn what great hard surface design is, how it will increase your financial bottom line and what it takes to design like the pros. Refreshingly straight forward, Kelly turns complicated design formulas, concepts and theories into a ... read more
Sisters Claire and Susan have been noticing their independent, introverted mother is sort of… off. Discreet investigation reveals the appalling truth: Mom can’t find her way home, pay her bills or even get to the toilet anymore. The move to an assisted living facility only further highlights the many aspects of her life that have quietly fallen through the cracks. Assisted living doesn’t rende... read more
If we hope to save ourselves from climate change catastrophe, we must face not only the prospect of human extinction; but also we must radically confront what produced the climate crisis in the first place: the “colonial power matrix” and our deadly attachments to it.
Exposing those closest to you could be fatal. . .Despite her desire for control, Ara Hopkins has always felt like a pawn—constantly being maneuvered by those surrounding her. Carrying a riddled past of abandonment by her mother, a jealous step-sister and exploitation by men she was supposed to be able to trust, Ara craves a social media certified life. So, when she meets her husband, a New Yor... read more
The American Civil War has ended and everyone in America is free--except women. They have no right to vote, no right to own property, no right to control their own lives. The rare exception is widows. Jocelyn Hightower's abusive husband is dead, but she knows freedom is too much to hope for. Her late husband's sadistic uncle is set to grab control of everything his nephew possessed, including,... read more
Jake is the first belter ever to study at the TGI Orbital station to be a merchant officer. He’s quiet, hard-working, conscientious, and a good student. In other words, boring. He’s so poor he can’t afford to buy beer, but that doesn’t matter - his scholarship pays for everything and he just has to keep his head down study hard, and graduate. But life is full of surprises. Suddenly he’s expell... read more
Our hero, Jake Stewart, the first Belter student at the Merchants Academy is ready for his first job. All past sins, like murder, theft, and shooting out an airlock are forgiven. He just has to see a man in a bar and pick up some information. What could possibly go wrong? How about assault., jail, vomit, and charging irregular expenses. Now he's disgraced, possibly fired, in the militia, and o... read more
A small town with a dark secret. A new arrival in grave danger. Can she solve the mystery before she ends up the next victim?The best part of Emily's childhood may have been the time she spent with her quirky aunt. So when her favorite relative passes away, she drops everything to attend the funeral in the small town of Oak Creek. But she never expected to inherit her aunt's entire estate, inc... read more
A Scandinavian, dystopian, crime thriller with a style that pays homage to classic ‘noir’ detective fiction. The year is 2068. In Eldísvík city state, on the edge of the Arctic Circle, a police ‘decoy’ agent, shadowed by her trained pack of genetically altered foxes, contravenes orders and slaughters members of a criminal cartel. Inspector Nero Cavallo must hunt this unidentified decoy agent d... read more
The gripping near-future Nordic thriller series continues… Wounded but not broken, Inspector Nero Cavallo teams up with his fellow telepatico, Bruno Mastriano, to track down the mass-murderer Ása. This ruthless rogue operative, her gang of disenchanted former decoy agents and her pack of genetically engineered killer foxes are rapidly bringing chaos to the city of Eldísvík. To safeguard the ru... read more
The Dotson Park Zoo is a typical American zoo—a zoo that has long prided itself on being at the cutting edge of zoo technology. Its history includes a wrestling bear that kills a man in a bar-fight, a cobra in a baby carriage, and chimpanzees and elephants living together in the same space. It is a story replete with shady deal-making, backstabbing and even murder. At the Dotson Park Zoo, the ... read more
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