I have more than thirty years of editing experience in a broad range of professional fields. I currently focus on business, academic, and children's (middle grade) literature. My international clientele includes Palgrave Macmillan, Harvard University Press, Columbia University Press, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (academic books), Advantage/Forbes Books (business books), The World Bank (policy research working papers), and MidAmerican Energy Company (a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway), as well as individual academics and business people across the globe. I have an MA degree in public communication and extensive experience in editing business/self-help books, as well as marketing/PR materials, annual reports, white papers, and other corporate literature, including PowerPoint presentations and web content. I also have significant experience in editing for writers whose mother tongue is not English, and I am the author of two published children's books. My profile is published in the membership directory of the Editorial Freelancers Association, and on LinkedIn.
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This book focuses on the role of social media as the next major game-changer. Social media has emerged as the defining trend in the last decade and continues to restructure communication and interactions between individuals, communities, governments and businesses. Researchers and marketers are still struggling with the profound impact of rapidly evolving social media on viral user-generated c... read more
Achieve Financial Peace Of Mind And Free Yourself From Financial ToxicityEnjoying a comfortable and well-deserved retirement can be an excitingthought, but the preparations are a lot of work―work that needed to startyesterday.Many people struggle with creating a financial plan and investingin the future, whether that means paying for the kids’ collegeor making plans for the golden years―and a ... read more
Mergers and Acquisitions can seem daunting to entrepreneurs, but it doesn’t have to be. Growth through M&A is a simple process that can yield huge rewards if the numbers work, if the company is a good match, and if you are willing to accept some risk. Perhaps the most important aspects of M&A are having the desire, strategy, and structure to make it happen – if you have that then you can take ... read more
Get Your Financial Ducks in a Row is informative estate planning 101, with a touch of humor that makes advanced estate planning techniques easy to understand. Mr. Gentry shares over thirty years of experience as an Estate Planner. Many of his actual case studies are outlined in each chapter that illustrates the most common problems individuals and families face today. He provides some of the b... read more
AT LAST—A NO B.S. GUIDE FOR PHYSICIANS.Look behind the curtains of MORTGAGE BANKING, discover the REAL LANDMINES and learn how to make a FLAWLESS HOME PURCHASE.In the post-meltdown world of mortgage banking, physicians face more challenges and have a higher rate of underwriter decline than any other professional client we advise. It’s shocking but true. Spend a few minutes in physician chat ro... read more
The rules of new product development have changed. The most fundamental nature of supply and demand has shifted and markets have undergone a reversal. Users are in control now, determining the success and failure of every company and product in the market. Companies that underestimate the implications of this shift are guaranteed to fail, wasting time and resources pursuing products the market... read more
WANT TO GROW YOUR PRACTICE IN THE NEW ECONOMY? Examine what you are doing today and diagnose the best treatment for your practice moving forward. You know the Great Recession created big problems for many dentists. It exposed dental practices to inefficient and ineffective processes, protocols and skills that suppressed production growth. The problem areas, primarily, are: No-shows and cancell... read more
Invest In Success Start Building Your Future NowMany business owners do not know what they need to doto prepare to sell their business. They think of their exitas something they’ll attend to someday, only to arrive at“someday” and discover that they can’t find any interestedbuyers and won’t be able to retire when they planned.Have you as a business owner ever asked yourself anyof these questio... read more
What separates average businesses from extraordinarily successful ones?Better product? Your competitor will rapidly reverse-engineer your “secretsauce” and get their “better-thanyours” version on the market fasterthan you can say “Usain Bolt.”Better customer service? All of your competitors say they provide thebest customer service. It’s a wishywashy phrase . . . a vague generalitymeaning noth... read more
Valuable Techniques to Living a Balanced LifeHas your “regular” workday started to last over nine hours? Have youbeen missing important family events to satisfy the boss? Are youregularly skipping healthy meals and trips to the gym just to squeezemore into your day? If so, you’re not the only one. Countless individualsstruggle with maintaining steady personal and work lives.In Lead with Balanc... read more
Your Smile Can Change The World!Within everyone is a superpower that changes lives―that creates happiness,confidence, and even intelligence. That superpower? A smile.Smiling is crucial to psychological health, so it’s vital that you feel good aboutyour own teeth. In Improve Your Smile, Transform Your Life, Dr. Leslie Pitnerexplains the science behind our smiles and how orthodontic treatments c... read more
At last, a book that puts ad creative in its proper place to drive brand success. ADitude empowers and advises advertisers and agencies to leverage the data to unleash creative power, impact brand performance, and out market the competition. Written by Peter Daboll, one of the leading minds in ad creative measurement, ADitude discusses how using data effectively throughout every stage of the c... read more
When it comes to legacy planning, you have two choices: 1. The default plan the government currently has in place for you 2. The Plan you design Orchestrate Your Legacy will show you how a fine-tuned team of professionals can give you the clarity to: • Reduce your income and estate taxes • Safeguard and control your assets now and into the future • Protect your family, business and heirs for g... read more
Your GUIDEBOOK to NAVIGATING the MODERN CORPORATE WORLD As the leader of your company, you have a lot to worry about on a daily basis. The last thing you need to invest your time in is agonising over the complex legal issues that underpin your actions. In How to Avoid a Fall from Grace, Sarah Bartholomeusz offers legal advice gathered from more than a decade of working with Australian and inte... read more
DISCOVER WHAT LIFE UNDERWATER CAN TEACH YOU ABOUT DIVERSITY INCLUSIONDeep beneath the ocean’s surface, submarines, hunks of metal shroudedin curiosity by those on land, are filled with a skillful crew responsible forits success. The efficiency of a strong submarine crew is the result of acommunity that makes acceptance of diversity and inclusion part of itsexpected norms. The strategies of a s... read more
Start Your Journey to A Work-Optional LifeInvesting is risky, and successful investors know what it means to take “smart risks.”In SMART RISK, leading wealth catalyst and portfolio manager Maili Wong sharesher techniques to help you build an investment strategy and roadmap leading to a work-optionallife―having the freedom to live the lifestyle you choose, regardless of marketconditions.Smart R... read more
Harness Your Stress Into A Productive Strength!Do you struggle with stress? Let’s be honest, that’s most of us. Maybe you’ve even read articles on how to relieve your stress. But in STRESS TEFLON, Luke Mathers and Mick Zeljko explain that eliminating your stress is not the answer. Instead, you can utilise stress to get more out of life, becoming a better version of yourself.STRESS TEFLON will ... read more
This book explores the lived experiences of boxers in a French banlieue, largely populated by people from working-class and immigrant backgrounds. Jérôme Beauchez, who joined in the men’s daily workouts for many years, analyzes the act of boxing as a high-stakes confrontation that extends well beyond the walls of the gym. Exploring the physical and existential realities of combat, the author p... read more
Given China's rapid development, many observers assert that world economic growth and key economic indicators are now depending on the country alone, including the prospects of the dollar, the Euro, oil prices, industrial commodities, global equity markets and bond prices. On the other hand, China faces a number of major social and economic challenges which could undermine future growth, such ... read more
This book, the first study of its kind, examines the economics behind motorsports, in particular Formula One. Chapters discuss the costs involved in Formula racing and how they are borne by teams, promoters and racers. The book also looks at how society, the public and the private sectors stand to benefit economically from the motorsport industry. Other issues like the economics of TV rights, ... read more
American Tax Resisters gives a history of the anti-tax movement that, for the past 150 years, has pursued limited taxes on wealth and battled efforts to secure social justice through income redistribution. It explains how a once-marginal ideology became mainstream, elevating individual entrepreneurialism over sacrifice and solidarity.
The year 1873 was one of financial crisis. A boom in railway construction had spurred a bull market—but when the boom turned to bust, transatlantic panic quickly became a worldwide economic downturn. In Transatlantic Speculations, Hannah Catherine Davies offers a new lens on the panics of 1873 and nineteenth-century globalization by exploring the ways in which contemporaries experienced a tumu... read more
This book explores the history of wildlife television in post-war Britain. It revolves around the role of David Attenborough, whose career as a broadcaster and natural history filmmaker has shaped British wildlife television. The book discusses aspects of Attenborough’s professional biography and also explores elements of the institutional history of the BBC―from the early 1960s, when it was a... read more
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Veteran, still-passionate editor/proofreader of nonfiction and scholarly works. Emphasis on the social sciences and allied fields.
Copy editor specializing in humanities, social sciences, general and creative nonfiction, as well as literary fiction.