Founded Pilgrim Spirit Communications to offer freelance services in writing, editing, proofreading, publishing, author services, content management and communications consulting.
• Managed all communications efforts for progressive ecumenical social service agency, including public relations, marketing, publications, media relations, online communications and fundraising support.
• Edited and published monthly newspaper, electronic newsletter(s), annual report, community resource guide, and web site updates.
• Coordinated all educational programming, including annual Community Services Resource Fair and CommUniversity adult education/enrichment program.
Jail and prison are places filled with people struggling to make sense of what they have done. No one plans to come here. Most people would do almost anything to avoid it. Others would rather not know what goes on here at all. Lock the doors. Lose the key.For a chaplain, this is sacred ground. Behind the bars are people with families, jobs, hopes, and the knowledge they have inflicted harm on ... read more
Long ago the Gods fought a terrible war that nearly destroyed all existence. Seeking to avert disaster they banished their kind to exile and left humanity to fend for itself. But now, an ancient enemy made mad by time seeks to raise his God again and wage a new war against those who would oppose him and his rule. Only a few can stop him. Their travels will take them over continents, through va... read more
Women Writing: On the Edge of Dark and Light is a collection of works by Tacoma-area poets. Catherine Place in Tacoma is a space of healing, hope, and connection for all women and serves nearly 1,500 women each year. Named for Catherine of Siena, a 14th century Dominican who worked to effect change in the society of her day, Catherine Place fosters community learning and growth, leadership, su... read more
Second edition. Includes new material, the final chapter in the story of a mother and a daughter and Alzheimer's.Maddening. Crazy-making. Frustrating. The dance that is Alzheimer's is never quite mastered. The music changes often and the steps are irregular. This way? That way? Nothing is ever straightforward in the telling. This mother and daughter navigate the capricious ways of Alzheimer's ... read more
This book is for serious reflection by believers who believe that in Christ, God has truly come into our world, and are asking themselves - why has this coming not made a bigger difference? This book is for all kinds of Christians, and people curious about Christianity, and considers the failure of Christianity to truly transform the world, asks why, and reflects on various insights gathered o... read more
Long ago the Gods fought a terrible war that nearly destroyed all existence. Seeking to avert disaster they banished their kind to exile and left humanity to fend for itself. But now, an ancient enemy driven mad by time seeks to raise his God again and wage a new war against those who would oppose him and his rule.Deon is missing, flown away in a immense display of elemental Fire. Undaunted, t... read more
Winner of the 2016 Pacific Northwest Writers Association Nancy Pearl Award for Best Book--Memoir, The Sweet Dell is a hopeful and captivating true story that transports the reader into the dark years of Nazi-occupied Holland. Arrested on October 6, 1943, Dr. Pieter Schoorl listened to the heavy iron doors of a basement cell in the Gestapo’s Amsterdam headquarters close behind him. It had been ... read more
SEASONING THE SOUL invites the reader on a contemplative journey through the year, integrating Celtic and Christian views on life and creation as its principal perspective. More than two dozen contributors from across the United States and from diverse spiritual affiliations offer beautiful photographs along with insightful poems, reflections, and blessings related to each season while suggest... read more
"What kind of woman is an advocate for women’s rights in public and an abused wife in her own home? I am that woman. How could I have such a strong professional voice and a weak personal voice?" Listening to My Life invites us to journey with a woman, raised with all the strict gender role expectations of the fifties, who came of age in the hotbed of social revolution that was San Francisco in... read more
Inside this book, you'll find heartwarming stories of real people like you—people who have needed someone to come alongside them in a time of need. This isn't your typical attorney book, just like those at the Whitley Law Firm aren't your typical lawyers. Learn from Mr. Whitley's 40+ years of experience: How a lawyer can help you What to do if you're involved in an accident Why truck accidents... read more
Long ago the Gods fought a terrible war that nearly destroyed all existence. Seeking to avert disaster they banished their kind to exile and left humanity to fend for itself. But now, an ancient enemy driven mad by time seeks to raise his God again and wage a new war against those who would oppose him and his rule. Salvation at the Druid Tower is not all it appears to be. Sentinel Adepts, thin... read more
Last Communion introduces the reader to George Ellerton, English professor turned sleuth, whose determination to solve a murder uncovers a long-held shocking secret. With the help of his wife, Katherine, and their cats Pumpkin and Ku-Lang, George puts the pieces together.
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Editor with 16+ years of experience including 8 years at independent publishing house Toby Press. Avid reader whose first love is fiction.
Full-time editor specializing in memoirs, nonfiction and fiction, esp. Christian contemporary and historical | Debut to best-selling authors