One of my favorite things about being an editor is getting to know new people and helping them share their stories. I have experience working with book-length projects, but I feel I bring an added advantage thanks to my experience as a magazine editor. Through this work I was able to work with a variety of writers with different personalities and writing styles, which helped me improve my skills as an editor. I am now able to quickly get to know a person, understand their goals, and help their voice shine through their writing even while working to improve the flow of their work.
Editor, Carolina Gardener Magazine, 2007-2013
Web Editor, Piedmont Parent Magazine, 2006-2012
Editor, Pace Communications, 2000-2005
Assistant Editor, Carolina Gardener Magazine, 1998-200
Production Assistant, DTC Book Production, 1996-1998
Do you want to work in publishing? Publishing is a hard industry to get into, and the first few years involve a lot of work for little pay. Through this book you will gain the information you need to enter the world of books with your eyes wide open. The vast majority of people who want to go into publishing want to be editors, which is the path with the least pay and most work (at least initi... read more
Our childhood emotional wounds mold us into the wounded adults we become. This book covers ways to heal your inner child.
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Professional Novelist and Ghostwriter:Thrillers, Commercial, Women's Fiction. Author of Bitter Fruits and The Taken published by Penguin.
Ghostwriter, author, and editor specializing in Non-Fiction, Young Adult, Contemporary Women's Fiction, and Memoir.