Sarah Holroyd

Sarah Holroyd - Designer

District of Columbia, DC, United States

I offer editing, proofreading, and print, ebook, and cover design services to indie authors.

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Overview

Sleeping Cat Books is owned by Sarah Holroyd. Sarah graduated from Kent State University, in Kent, Ohio, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Anthropology (archaeology). She has a background in technical writing and editing in the telecommunications, software, financial services, and insurance industries, along with project management experience.

Sarah has been working as a freelance copy editor since 2006, with both individual authors of fiction and nonfiction, and with publishers of fiction. Due to her technical background, she is an adept mechanical and copy editor (grammar, punctuation, page layout, etc.).

Languages
English (US)
Fiction
Adventure
Anthologies
Children's Picture Books
Classics
Crime & Mystery
Fantasy
Historical Fiction
Horror
Humor & Comedy
Inspirational
Literature
Science Fiction
Short Story
Themes & Motifs
Thriller
Women's Fiction
Young Adult & Teen
Non-Fiction
Architecture
Art
Business & Management
Career Guides
Computers & Internet
Cooking & Food Wine & Spirits
Design
DIY & Crafts
Economics
Education & Reference
History
Home & Garden
Life Sciences
Mathematics & Statistics
Nature
Photography
Publishing
Self-help & Self-improvement
Social & Behavioral Sciences
Technology
Transportation
Travel

Work experience

Owner

Self-employed
September, 2010 – Present (about 8 years)

I offer personalized publishing consultant services to those who are self-publishing. From editing and proofreading to print, ebook, and cover design, I am here to help you with every step of the way.

Portfolio (3 selected works)

At Least My Belly Hides My Cankles: Mostly-True Tales of An Impending Miracle

Paige Kellerman

At Least My Belly Hides My Cankles: Mostly True Tales of An Impending Miracle is the hilarious debut of writer, humorist Paige Kellerman. From the moment her positive test result is revealed in a fog of canine flatulence, to the day she's gently hoisted onto the delivery table by a front-end loader, Paige guides you through her pregnancy with twins, careful to only hold one of your hands in ca... read more

At Least My Belly Hides My Cankles: Mostly True Tales of An Impending Miracle is the hilarious debut of writer, humorist Paige Kellerman. From the moment her positive test result is revealed in a fog of canine flatulence, to the day she's gently hoisted onto the delivery table by a front-end loader, Paige guides you through her pregnancy with twins, careful to only hold one of your hands in ca... read more

Serf (The Climber Series) (Volume 1)

Dan Hallagan

“What is Hell like?” How would you answer such a question? Even a powerful angel who knows about every detail of Hell struggles to explain that place shrouded in mystery that no one wants to visit, but about which everyone is at least a little bit curious. If Hell is not lakes of boiling blood and demons with whips, what is it? The life of Earl Cornelius Manningham—a military leader and powerf... read more

“What is Hell like?” How would you answer such a question? Even a powerful angel who knows about every detail of Hell struggles to explain that place shrouded in mystery that no one wants to visit, but about which everyone is at least a little bit curious. If Hell is not lakes of boiling blood and demons with whips, what is it? The life of Earl Cornelius Manningham—a military leader and powerf... read more

ABC Short Stories: Bilingual Edition: English-French

Jules Lemaître

Full-color illustrated editionFrançois Élie Jules Lemaître always loved children. His own beloved daughter, Madeleine, died when she was only a month old, and he never had any more children. But he had many godchildren, and he loved to tell them stories. The collection of short, alphabet-themed stories in this volume was born from this love of children and storytelling. This bilingual edition ... read more

Full-color illustrated editionFrançois Élie Jules Lemaître always loved children. His own beloved daughter, Madeleine, died when she was only a month old, and he never had any more children. But he had many godchildren, and he loved to tell them stories. The collection of short, alphabet-themed stories in this volume was born from this love of children and storytelling. This bilingual edition ... read more

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