I am a freelance book and content editor with about 8 years of experience editing and co-writing books, ebooks, and online content. Here are some of the arbitrary subjects I’ve become a dilettante expert in as a result of various editing projects over the years: automated marketing software, geotechnology, environmentalism, modern poetry, beer brewing, how to cook with leftovers, yoga, mindfulness, San Francisco’s civic art. More than subject matter, I live for helping sentences and ideas fulfill their potential.
Recent online content clients:- Google- Berkeley Labs- Marketo- Robert Walters- Hope Consulting
A few books I have edited:- Conversations with Modern Yogis by Zubin Shroff- The Money Anxiety Cure by Koorosh Ostowari- Your Fashion Start Up Guide: for Fashion, Image and Style Professionals by Gillian Armour- Extra Love: The Art of Hands-on Assists by Jill Abelson- The Lagunitas Story by Tony Magee- Kitchen Wizard Flexipes by Mari Suzuki- The Sustainable World Coalition’s Learning & Engagement Guide
I specialize in helping indie authors get their books in perfect shape before self-publishing.
How you communicate to your readers makes the difference between their eyes glazing over and their interest being sparked. I founded Outside Eye Consulting to merge my love of words with my knack for hyper-organized content. As a freelance editor with a decade of user interface design and project management experience, I can coordinate the editing phase of your book or online content project efficiently and help you prioritize. I will define your message, clarify your voice, and develop your branding vocabulary. I help get rid of the fluff and the noise, and render your message crystal clear.
In your hands "the Keys To The Kingdom" … a ceaseless whirligig of histories, opinion and romance … of characters and circumstance minor and major contributors to our great wonderland … music beloved music … I reveled within and learned much … a unique work-- Robert Plant"Josh Rosenthal is a record man’s record man. He is also a musician's record man. He is in the line of Samuel Charters and H... read more
San Francisco is a city founded by and for adventure seekers rooted in the ideal of progressive values. At once cosmopolitan and relaxed, professional and playful, the "City by the Bay" captures tens of thousands of new residents a year even though the physical boundaries of the peninsula that San Francisco is situated on prevents the advancement of urban sprawl. Just outside this seven-by-sev... read more
In the first book of her powerful trilogy on energy and healing, Medical Intuitive Martine Bloquiaux explains in easy, clear language how to understand all types of energy spiritual, physical, mental, emotional, environmental, and ambient and use this knowledge to influence our own health and well-being. Energy is a rather elusive subject, because it is often hard to understand what we cannot ... read more
In our stressful lives, where time is at a premium and we rarely slow down, we spend billions of dollars on prescription medicines every year and yet seem to get sick more than ever and sicker than we ever have before. Even with highly advanced Western medicine at our disposal, it is not enough to keep us healthy. In the second book in her powerful trilogy on energy and healing, Medical Intuit... read more
Rocket Fuel for Dreamers is a poetic book of matches for anyone standing next to the powder keg of their dreams... About Rocket Fuel, Patricia Briggs, New York Times best selling author says, "This book of poetry is scalding, wild, and exposes the soul of the poet so it can better speak to our own. Jordan Chaney's poetry, like powerful art everywhere, surpasses mere skill: it is raw, huge, hop... read more
This curated collection by Zubin Shroff, director of the Bay Area studio, Piedmont Yoga, presents insights from some of today's most influential yoga teachers, and raises important questions about the significance of yoga in modern life today. Through personal interviews and Shroff's large format portraits, this book encourages discussion about the diversity and potential of yoga across many d... read more
Did you know that we have become, both personally and collectively, increasingly engaged in a modern epidemic known as money anxiety disorder, eroding our self-confidence, our relationships, and our vision of the future? It can be triggered by negative events - fluctuations on Wall Street, a job loss, divorce, and even health issues. It can also be triggered by positive changes in our lives - ... read more
Student workbook to accompany online course at FashionStylistInstitute.com - Training manual with exercises to guide men and women to become quality fashion bloggers. Writing, creating, promoting, and managing a blog is a business and must be done right to be successful. Learn how to be an "influencer" via a fashion blog and get noticed, attract fans, and build audiences. Written by published ... read more
No doubt about it: Yoga is a cultural phenomenon, and it's here to stay! A safe and sustainable practice is more important than ever, given Yoga's growing popularity, a remarkably diverse student base, new teachers joining the ranks and increased awareness about injuries. As lifelong students, we are looking for tips to get the most out of our time on the mat. Likewise, teachers are looking fo... read more
The Lagunitas Story; So You Want To Start A Brewery...? was written by Tony Magee, founder of Petaluma, California s Lagunitas Brewing Company. So You Want To Start A Brewery...? is a thrilling first-person account of the gut-wrenching challenges and heart-warming successes of founding a brewery, told in the vibrant voice of the one person closest to the process who is also the one person with... read more
“Mari seeks to combine basic methods of cuisine with planning ahead so as to ease the burden of day-to-day cooking. Read through this book, as I have, and please absorb what she has to say. You will find a teacher who actually wants you to GET IT!”Graham Kerr, The Galloping GourmetInternationally renowned culinary and TV personalityAmerican Culinary Foundation Hall of Fame “As an athlete, eati... read more
The Sustainable World Sourcebook is a rich compendium of information designed to awaken and inspire you. This accompanying Learning & Engagement Guide (Guidebook) invites you to go further-connecting your daily life choices with your impact on the world. Through reflection, discussions, and experiential activities, it offers many diverse ways to engage. Get inspired, explore issues and communi... read more
Using the healthy, delicious recipes for one in this cookbook, you can eat well, eat skinny, eat cheap and eat healthy without spending a lot of time or money on cooking for one person, and without ever wasting food. Cooking for One: Easy-Cook Small Bowl Recipes is for food lovers who want to eat a range of yummy, good-for-you dishes without doing a lot of cooking or cleaning or fussing over f... read more
After two years of extensive research and lecturing, my second book, “Later is Too Late” is published and available at Amazon and other digital outlets. This is the book that we all need to protect ourselves and loved ones from the cruel aftermath of loss... divorce, death. It chronicles the stories of those who thought they were prepared and those who weren’t, and holds the readers hand while... read more
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An editor at a highly esteemed Ivy league university press, I specialize in scholarly and non-fiction editing, from idea to printed book.
Scholarly and nonfiction editor with nearly a decade of experience in digital and print publishing. Reader advocate and prose polisher.