♦ Project-editing 60 titles per year from handover of manuscript to production on a wide range of titles, including the bestselling Dear Lupin and Chrissie Wellington’s autobiography, A Life Without Limits
♦ Managing of a department which produced 250 titles a year
♦ Structural, line-editing and project-editing titles from handover of manuscript to production on a wide range of authors and titles including Martina Cole, James Patterson, Andrea Levy and Wendy Holden
♦ Edited a range of fiction and narrative non-fiction titles and worked with Non-Fiction Editorial Director to produce a range of illustrated titles such as Crap Jobs and Chav!
♦ Built and maintained good relationships with authors such as Claudia Carroll, Charlotte Bingham, Patricia Scanlan and Joanne Harris
Fiction and non-fiction editor. I've been working solidly on a freelance basis for almost seventeen years, alongside in-house editorial work. I've worked on celebrity autobiographies, commercial fiction, narrative and illustrated non-fiction, lifestyle, children's and cookery books. I work for a variety of large and small publishers and lots of self-published authors.
♦ Ran list comprising of Harlan Coben, Ian Rankin and Roger Jon Ellory, among others, whilst Publishing Director was on sabbatical
♦ Edited commercial fiction
♦ Read agented and unsolicited submissions
How safe are your secrets?One letter a week for fifteen years. Identical white envelopes brimming with my sister’s darkest secrets. All the intimate details of a life as different to mine as could possibly be.I read each letter slowly: Ellie’s friends and enemies, her career in the city and dreams of a family, the terrible secret she’s hiding from her husband, the devastating lies she’s tellin... read more
From lions hunting as a pride to penguins huddling together to keep from freezing in the bitter Antarctic winter, many animals are dependent on complex social relationships for their survival. Powerful dynasties lay claim to vast swathes of territory, fighting off rivals and securing their hunting grounds for generations to come. Dynasties offers an immersive insight into the shifting hierarch... read more
A beautifully illustrated handbook on everything you need to know about owning and training a dog. So you’re thinking of bringing home an adorable puppy or dog to share your life with? A furry friend who will spend weekends accompanying you to brunches and lunches; who is just as comfortable on the subway as he is frolicking with children in the park; who is equal parts well-behaved, adorable,... read more
The true story of four siblings who lost their parents in the devastating Sri Lankan tsunami and how they turned tragedy into inspiration On December 26, 2004, Rob, Paul, Matty, and Rosie Forkan tragically lost their parents in the tsunami that devastated Sri Lanka. Aged from 8 to 17, they subsequently faced a harrowing and solitary 124 mile trek across the decimated country to get home to saf... read more
When Brigitte Bardot appeared in Roger Vadim's And God Created Woman in 1957, her beauty set the world alight. But Bardot was more than just a sex symbol: she was a daring actress who worked with some of cinema's most-revered directors, including Jean-Luc Godard and Louis Malle. Film critic Ginette Vincendeau delves into Bardot's career and life, including her four marriages, her decision to "... read more
A delicious novel by Meg Cabot, originally writing under the name Patricia Cabot—released as an e-book for the first time! A stormy heart...Adventurous, outspoken, Payton Dixon has two passionate dreams...a clipper ship of her own and the love of Captain Connor Drake. But both seem impossibly out of reach, since her beloved captain is about to marry another, and worse, he's been given her ship... read more
Vanessa Nicolson is the granddaughter of Vita Sackville-West and Harold Nicolson. She was born to an illustrious name and an unhappy marriage. Her father, the art historian Ben Nicolson, was homosexual and his marriage to Vanessa's Italian mother fell apart when Vanessa was very young. In this powerful and meditative memoir she chronicles her disjointed childhood and reckless youth, including ... read more
A New York Times bestseller and winner of the UK's John Creasey Award for Debut Crime Novel of the Year 'Mesmerizing. Intensely felt and beautifully told' New York TimesOne Sunday nine-year-old Jess Hall watches in horror as his autistic brother is smothered during a healing service in the mountains of North Carolina.Wiley Cash uses this haunting image - inspired by a horrific true event - to ... read more
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