I have been involved in publishing since 1986, first as an Editorial Manager with Ulster Society Publications Ltd and then as an Editor with Colourpoint Books, before deciding to go freelance in 2003. As a freelance copy-editor I have worked on a range of projects for a number of leading publishers, for example, 101 Great Philosophers and Cymbeline (Bloomsbury); Lewis Hamilton: My Story and Sky News: 20 Years of Breaking News (HarperCollins); Voices of the Old Firm and Who's Who of Chelsea (Mainstream); and Gary Cooper, The Penguin Dictionary of Marketing and The Penguin Guide to the European Union (Penguin). For I.B. Tauris, I have copy-edited The Riviera at War and A Short History of the Hundred Years War, among other titles. As well as copy-editing, I have also experience of proofreading (e.g. Jean-Jacques Rousseau for Bloomsbury and London: The Historical Atlas for Penguin) and indexing (e.g. Thatcher's Millions for Mainstream and The Wester Lit Survival Kit for Penguin). In addition to my work in publishing I am also a part-time lecturer in history at the Queen's University of Belfast (since 1994).
When Sky launched the first European news channel on 5th Febuary 1989, sceptics said 24-hour news and satellite TV had no future. Twenty years on, Sky News has transformed news broadcasting and Sky has become a cornerstone of UK media. Today Sky News is connecting with audiences in more ways than ever before. Wherever news is happening, its mission to be "first for breaking news" and the quali... read more
This revised and updated edition of Stephen Walsh's Voices of the Old Firm tells the history of Rangers and Celtic in the words of those who can say, 'I was there'. By interviewing players, managers and, above all, supporters of the great Glasgow clubs, Stephen Walsh has built up a unique picture of 60 years of football and football culture in the city. Full of historical detail, the book surv... read more
Paperback. Pub Date :2011-07-08 Pages: 304 Language: English Publisher: Penguin UK The Penguin Dictionary of Marketing is the only one-volume dictionary of its kind to offer full sections of international terms. giving it a truly global readership. Covering everything from direct marketing to slogans. political marketing to corporate affairs this is ideal for A-level and undergraduate students... read more
A guide to 101 thinkers in the history of philosophy. It summarizes the contribution 101 key philosophers who have made to the development of philosophical thought, since the ancient Greeks. It offers a glimpse into each philosopher's life and work.
Title: Lewis Hamilton <>Binding: Paperback <>Author: Lewis Hamilton <>Publisher: HARPER COLLINS PUBLISHERS
'Cooper was heroic, of course, in his own mind as much as in his scripts. He was manly, tall, ruggedly handsome. He was a man for a fight.'On screen he was the ultimate all-American hero: lean, laconic and masculine, a lone sheriff battling his enemies in High Noon, or a tough individualist in The Fountainhead. Off screen he bedded a host of leading ladies and carefully honed his image, making... read more
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Writer and editor of non-fiction books especially history, archaeology and current affairs for Bloomsbury, Icon, British Library and more.
News guy at heart, believe in grammar and telling stories. World-view shaped by life abroad and 60 years as a Chicago Cubs fan.