Editorial duties include copy and line editing manuscripts for clients including Amazon Publishing, Mascot Books, independent authors, International Greetings, and various academic and business publishers; manuscript material includes crime and thriller, self-help and spirituality, YA and science fiction, poetry chapbooks and collections, and historical and mainstream fiction.
Every project involves a compilation of detailed editorial comments and queries as well as a summation letter to the author that highlights central areas for further focus; comments must clearly communicate the grammatical principle behind revisions and effectively use style guide support to strengthen consistency within the text.
Performed developmental editing, copyediting, and academic editing services for an array of scholarly and technical content and for authors from various industries and backgrounds; authors included native and non-native English speakers from international universities and scientific research foundations.
Projects for review included scientific and medical journal submissions, academic manuscripts (STEM-focused articles as well as material covering specific topics within the humanities and social sciences), and postgraduate theses and dissertations.
Was responsible for returning each project within an established timeline and for crafting feedback that was appropriate for and tailored to the material and author; evaluated and revised/rewrote text and citations to conform to various style guides and journal formatting specifications.
Worked within the creative department of an international consulting company to publish compelling, accurate, and finely tuned research material and reports, compilation and interpretation of survey results and data, marketing collateral, and informative summaries for C-level executives.
Coached researchers and writers on maintaining company style and voice, upholding grammatically sound text, and instilling simplicity and clarity in their writing.
Exercised different levels of editorial services, including basic but rigorous copyediting, line-level editing, proofreading, and in-depth substantive revisions; was relied upon to produce error-free content through multiple reviews and editing cycles.
Met with researchers, both in person and via telephone for international authors, to discuss edits made to manuscript-length publications that received the highest level of review.
Managed project timelines and deadlines (for both the daily work queue as well as larger, more time-intensive projects) with internal clients and the design team to ensure a punctual turnaround.
Took initiative with many team-level and individual projects, such as one-on-one sessions with business writers and training new designers on Editorial’s role and responsibilities within the department; worked independently and closely with the team manager on specific high-profile projects, such as the investors’ Annual Report and the yearly/quarterly Executive Guidance.
An Amazon Charts bestseller.From Wall Street Journal bestselling author Kendra Elliot comes the first novella in the thrilling Widow’s Island series.FBI Special Agent Cate Wilde is back home on a remote Pacific Northwest island when she gets the call: a teenager’s skeletal remains have been found on a nearby island.Together with Tessa Black, a childhood friend turned local deputy, Cate confron... read more
In this gripping second novella in the Widow’s Island series, bestselling author Melinda Leigh delivers a chilling tale of murder in the Pacific Northwest.Deputy Tessa Black gave up her career as a detective with the Seattle PD and returned to the Pacific Northwest island she calls home to care for her ailing mother. Tessa thinks her mother’s illness is the worst thing she’ll face—until she re... read more
The dark world he's been fighting against has caught up with him. Will his daughter pay the price?As a former Army Ranger, DEA Special Agent Pierce Hunt is no stranger to violence. Fresh off a six-month suspension, he's itching to hit a notorious Mexican drug cartel where it hurts, even if that means protecting crime boss Vicente Garcia, a witness in the case against sadistic cartel leader Val... read more
ALL GONE IS ALL ACTION, ALL ADVENTURE AND ALL ROMANCE FROM ACCLAIMED AUTHORS JOEL GOLDMAN & LISA KLINK, THRILLER MASTERS AT THE TOP OF THEIR GAME”You’d better read this with oven-mitts because this caper is a scorcher!” Lee Goldberg, New York Times bestselling author of True FictionProfessional thieves steal the four remaining original copies of the Magna Carta from an impenetrable London muse... read more
What would you do if you found out your husband was a serial killer?Olivia Campbell has the life most women want. A respected husband, beautiful home, and the freedom that only financial security can provide.But not all is as it appears...Olivia has secrets, and after discovering a hidden journal in her husband's study, she realizes that she's not the only one.As her picture perfect world star... read more
In the former United States, sixteen-year-old Noam Álvaro wakes up in a hospital bed, the sole survivor of the viral magic that killed his family and made him a technopath. His ability to control technology attracts the attention of the minister of defense and thrusts him into the magical elite of the nation of Carolinia.The son of undocumented immigrants, Noam has spent his life fighting for ... read more
From the bestselling author of Wish Me Home comes a heart-racing tale of resilience and hope.When Sadie Harlan visits her daughter, Lauren, at her summer internship in Yosemite National Park, it seems like the perfect way to forget about her empty nest and failing marriage back home. But when the two women get lost on what’s meant to be a short hike, they suddenly find themselves fighting for ... read more
Author, endurance athlete, wellness advocate, and recovering alcoholic/addict Spencer Newell calls being drunk a “comfortable place.” Drinking was once an essential part of his day even though he knew that it was killing him and that his lifestyle—wild parties, strong drinks, and heavy drugs—was unmanageable. Something was going to break, and Spencer assumed that something was going to be him.... read more
Alexa Person’s earliest earthly memories are fraught with conflict. Whether she was not fitting in at school or asserting her vegetarianism amid a family of Texas ranchers, she longed for something more. And she got it. At a young age, she began communicating with beings from other dimensions, but their interactions often left her feeling abandoned by her star family. And she had no one on Ear... read more
“Teacher, which is the greatest commandment…?” Jesus replied: “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind…And…Love your neighbor as yourself.”—Matthew 22:36-39 (NIV) Much has changed since that conversation took place over two thousand years ago. But one thing has stood the test of time: the truth of Jesus’s words and the power found in acting on t... read more
No one has ever been born into a family of his or her choice; some of us were born into love, wealth, abuse, or poverty. Most of us have experienced dysfunction in our households or extended families, and ultimately, it has made us who are today. This drama filled novel is certain to keep you on the edge of your seat, as it tells the story of young Riley Roberts. As the daughter of a drug deal... read more
Are you tired of procrastinating and making excuses for not achieving your fitness and life goals? Do you lack the discipline to accomplish tasks? Are you plagued by doubts and fears and often retreat from challenges? Are you okay with living an unfulfilled life simply because you’re bounded by your own weaknesses? In Pursuit of Grit: Five Ways to Transform Your Mind, Develop Your Character, a... read more
When he was twenty-three, John R. Henderson left his small hometown in Missouri for big city life, where he found a sharp disconnect between his rural upbringing and urban expectations. He would spend years adjusting to his new life, adapting his expectations to match his new environment. "Hick at Heart: In an Urban World is both a commentary on small town life and a memoir about the urbanizat... read more
After thirty years as a West Virginia conservation officer, David R. Long has some incredible stories to tell. Entrusted with the conservation of a wild land and the protection of those who enjoy it, Long is well aware of the highs and lows of his profession. But for this Appalachian game warden, it's his deep love for the land that fueled his passion for natural resources law enforcement for ... read more
As teachers, authors and women in recovery, Michele L. Dionisio and Tricia N. Ragusa wouldn’t say that the path to recovery is as easy as ABC. Instead, they’ve created a simple, straightforward glossary of ideas to staying recovered from any of life’s challenges and living a spiritually fit life. Ragusa and Dionisio contribute suggestions and insight into how you can incorporate important copi... read more
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Crafting a work of fiction is a gloriously arduous process. With over twenty years of experience at one of the big NYC houses, I can help.
I have been editing legal manuscripts for almost a decade now for major publishers such as Taylor & Francis and Oxford University Press.