I have worked as a freelance editor for seven years. My areas of expertise range from screenplays and commercial fiction to journalism, academic essays, and nonprofit development. In addition to freelancing, I have been an intern at Writer’s House Literary Agency, a copy-editor at The Foundation Center, and an editorial fellow at Salon Media Group.
“They’re so human!” we emote. But recent scientific findings point to dogs being very different than us humans.Dogs can do many things that we can’t, including things that we’d like to do but just don’t know how to. Among them are predicting earthquakes, picking up foreign languages almost instantly, detecting cancer and low blood sugar in humans, and even sensing impending death. The latest r... read more
Don t believe everything you hear, at least not until checking it out in The Book of Myths & Misconceptions. This book, from the popular Armchair Reader series, shines new light on hundreds of topics, setting the record straight on urban legends, old wives tales, misattributed quotes all the so-called facts we picked up from any number of less than reliable sources.The Book of Myths & Misconce... read more
The Cleanse! 3-week Ultimate Detox Diet is not quite a diet but rather a start-up guide to a lifestyle that promotes a nutrition regimen of mostly organic fruits, organic vegetables and whole grains in order to cleanse, detox, reduce inflammation, boost the immune system and prevent disease. The Cleanse! 3-week Ultimate Detox Challenge will take you through a journey where you will encounter a... read more
A young adult biography of Pulitzer-prize winning novelist Harper Lee
When Jessie Hawkins’ adopted daughter told her she had another mom back in Ethiopia, Jessie didn’t, at first, know what to think. She’d wanted her adoption to be great story about a child who needed a home and got one, and a family led by God to adopt. Instead, she felt like she’d done something wrong.Adoption has long been enmeshed in the politics of reproductive rights, pitched as a “win-win... read more
Anthropologist George Dorsey said, Play is the beginning of knowledge. Armchair Reader: The Origin of Everything takes this dictum seriously, digging into the origins of hundreds of things people, places, concepts, names even stuff that doesn t exist except in the imagination. Some examples: Kitty litter, and how its invention turned cats from outdoor pets into indoor members of the family The... read more
Since she was born, Truly has suffered constant abuse and humiliation for her enormous size. But when her beautiful sister, Serena Jane, attracts a ruthless suitor, both their destinies change forever.
The Nightingale is a riveting debut that offers a rare glimpse into war-torn Iraq--where a spirited young woman must choose between honoring the traditions of the past and her own hopes for the future. . .Every day Leila al-Ghani spends in Mosul is a reminder of what her life once was. Before the war she was the daughter of one of the city's finest families. She was encouraged by her parents t... read more
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