I have copyedited and proofread trade fiction and nonfiction since 1995. I freelance for Macmillan, Simon and Schuster, Penguin Random House, and several other smaller presses, as well as independent authors. My editing and proofreading services are appropriate for any novelist who's ready for an expert eye.
I'm the cofounder of Editorial Arts Academy. We are an online community dedicated to helping people become freelance book editors through training, support, and referral. We have a passion for helping wordsmiths - those who love to read, write, correct grammar mistakes, and critique stories - prosper from their natural affinities. Our goal is to spread the word that freelance editorial work is within reach for anyone dedicated and interested enough, no matter their age, background, or location.
With a team of other inbound marketing professionals, I set strategy, wrote and edited content, and analyzed metrics for Clariant Creative's clients. I also served as the agency's SEO Specialist. Clariant Creative uses the HubSpot marketing platform.
I assisted USM Interactive's clients with their organic search results through quarterly reports based on Google Analytics data, competitive analysis, and rank tracking. I optimized posts, suggested sources of high-value inbound links, identified technical issues, and advised on social media strategy. I also performed keyword research and content audits.
I researched and wrote blog posts, press releases, web pages, social media posts, newsletters, sales decks, product sheets, email marketing messages, and other content as required. I created and managed the editorial calendar. I assisted with the development of content marketing strategy, and I supported the Director of Communications with redesign of website. I helped develop media pitches and supervised external team members including writers, designers, and researchers.
Wrote press releases and pitched articles about the college and its three MFA programs to media outlets. Planned PR campaigns for regional and national publications. Managed a database of alumni and assisted the Executive Director of Institutional Advancement as needed.
I coordinated all aspects of the MFA in Writing for Children and Young Adults program, including admissions, residency logistics with 100 students and faculty, program promotions, and all associated administrative details. I served as editor for the program's website.
Through Meredith Xcelerated Marketing, I write magazine-style branded content for HAP Balanced Living, Publix Supermarkets magazine, State Farm Insurance, and MetLife. I also write branded content for Capital One Home Loans.
I write sales pages, landing pages, blog posts, newsletter articles, email marketing messages, and other copy for business and higher education websites.
I wrote features and profiles for the Vermont College of Fine Arts newsletter (award-winning piece for their alumni magazine) and Deerfield Magazine.
At outsource production and editorial division of nSight (formerly Editorial Services of New England), I managed a publishing team that included editorial assistant, copyeditor, desktop compositor, proofreader, and indexer on several book and journal projects.
I coordinated all stages of production from manuscript to bound journal for seven scientific and medical journals. I copyedited two journals online; hired and supervised freelance copyeditors and proofreaders; prepared artwork and manuscripts for compositor; reviewed all stages of proofs; and worked closely with vendors, authors, and in-house departments.
"An affectionate homage...a loving reconstruction of an era of storytelling now lost." —The New York Times"[A] triumph...If a writer is going to put on Stevenson’s voice, he’d better, as the poets say, 'bring it.' Reader, Doyle has brought it...Adventures is a tonic for our bitter times." —Washington PostThe young Robert Louis Stevenson, living in a boarding house in San Francisco in the 19th ... read more
The new novel from Liane Moriarty, the #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Husband’s Secret, Big Little Lies, and What Alice Forgot, about how sometimes we don’t appreciate how extraordinary our ordinary lives are until it’s too late. Six responsible adults. Three cute kids. One small dog. It’s just a normal weekend. What could possibly go wrong? In Truly Madly Guilty, Liane Moriarty t... read more
"As a little boy, I had a dream that my father had taken me to the woods where there was a dead body. He buried it and told me I must never tell. It was the only thing we'd ever done together as father and son, and I promised not to tell. But unlike most dreams, the memory of this one never left me. And sometimes…I wasn't altogether sure about one thing: was it just a dream?"When Augusten Burr... read more
For 30 years, Robert Ludlum's novels have set the standard for the finest in international intrigue and suspense. With an unbroken string of bestsellers in almost every country in the world, Robert Ludlum's books have been enjoyed by hundreds of millions of readers, and are widely acknowledged as classics in the field. Now, after the bestselling Covert-One novels The Hades Factor and The Cassa... read more
It’s a week before Christmas and Louisa Graham is working twelve hour shifts at a bakery on Manhattan's Lower East Side. When a young cooking show assistant comes in from the rain and begs to buy all the cinnamon rolls on her tray, she doesn’t know what to do. Louisa is just the baker, and they aren't hers to sell. But the show burned the rolls they were supposed to film that day, so she agree... read more
Most people think of snipers as shooters perched in urban hides, dealing out death unseen from a considerable distance. But this description barely scratches the surface. Special operations snipers are men with stacked skill sets who have the ability to turn the tide of battles, even when they aren't pulling the trigger. Snipers have played an outsized role in the War on Terror that has earned... read more
A NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLERMore people than ever before see themselves as addicted to, or recovering from, addiction, whether it be alcohol or drugs, prescription meds, sex, gambling, porn, or the internet. But despite the unprecedented attention, our understanding of addiction is trapped in unfounded 20th century ideas, addiction as a crime or as brain disease, and in equally outdated treatme... read more
Jean-Benoît Nadeau and Julie Barlow spent a decade traveling back and forth to Paris as well as living there. Yet one important lesson never seemed to sink in: how to communicate comfortably with the French, even when you speak their language. In The Bonjour Effect Jean-Benoît and Julie chronicle the lessons they learned after they returned to France to live, for a year, with their twin daught... read more
One day, Jesse Donaldson wakes up in Portland, Oregon, and asks his wife to uproot their life together and move to his native Kentucky. As he searches for the reason behind this sudden urge, Donaldson examines both the place where he was born and the life he’s building. The result is a hybrid—part memoir, part meditation on nostalgia, part catalog of Kentucky history and myth. Organized accord... read more
Rosalie Laurent is the proud owner of Luna Luna, a little post-card shop in St. Germain, and if it were up to her, far more people would write cards. Her specialty is producing "wishing cards," but where her own wishes are concerned the quirky graphic artist is far from lucky. Every birthday Rosalie sends a card inscribed with her heart's desire fluttering down from the Eiffel Tower - but none... read more
NYT bestselling author Nancy Redd’s visual guide to pregnancy and all the bizarre, hilarious, and often unanticipated changes a woman’s body can go through.WHY DID NOBODY TELL ME THIS COULD HAPPEN?!― This is not the thought you want to be having when you’re frantically Googling whether your pregnancy symptom is normal or an emergency. Just when you thought there could never be another pregnanc... read more
After the End of the World by Jonathan L. Howard brings the H.P. Lovecraft mythos into the twenty-first century.The Unfolded World is a bitter and unfriendly place for Daniel Carter and Emily Lovecraft. In this world, the Cold War never happened because the Soviet Union ceased to exist in 1941. In this world the Nazi Großdeutschland is the premier superpower, and is not merely tolerated but in... read more
"A single spy - in the right place and at the right moment - may change the course of history." Aleksi Ivanovich Smirnov, an orphan and a thief, has been living by his wits and surviving below the ever-watchful eye of the Soviet system until his luck finally runs out. In 1936, at the age of 16, Aleksi is caught by the NKVD and transported to Moscow. There, in the notorious headquarters of the ... read more
The stunning historical fantasy series that began with the Nebula finalist Ironskin continues in Tina Connolly's Silverblind. Dorie Rochart has been hiding her fey side for a long time. Now, finished with University, she plans to study magical creatures and plants in the wild, bringing long-forgotten cures to those in need. But when no one will hire a girl to fight basilisks, she releases her ... read more
Robert Kirkman's The Walking Dead: Search and Destroy! The latest in Jay Bonansinga's New York Times best-selling series! What could possibly go wrong? For one brief moment, it seems Lilly and her plague-weary band of survivors might just engineer a better tomorrow. Banding together with other small town settlements, they begin a massive project to refurbish the railroad between Woodbury and A... read more
Saxon barbarians threaten to destroy medieval Wales. Lady Branwen becomes Wales' last hope to unite their divided kingdoms when her father betroths her to a powerful Welsh warlord, the Hammer King. But the fledgling alliance is fraught with enemies from within and without as Branwen becomes the target of assassination attempts and courtly intrigue. A young woman in a world of fierce warriors, ... read more
Andy Carpenter isn't sure what to think when he gets a mysterious phone call from a good friend, policeman Pete Stanton, asking him to drop everything, drive to an unfamiliar address, and bring his girlfriend, Laurie Collins. He certainly isn't expecting to show up at a crime scene. But that's exactly where he arrives - at the house where Pete has just discovered the body of ex-convict Danny B... read more
All American women aspire to have the nonchalant style and grace of French women, that je ne sais quoi that makes all of their habits seem natural and effortless. In Une Femme Française, fashion designer Catherine Malandrino, a Frenchwoman who has lived and worked in the US for thirty years, reveals French women’s secrets for an American audience. Readers who loved Ines de la Fressange’s Paris... read more
From the powerhouse Mind Body Green calls "the Brené Brown of Wonder" comes a book that will shift the way we relate to ourselves and our emotions, and help us reach our full potential."Amber Rae is the Elizabeth Gilbert of her generation." ―Stacy London, New York Times bestselling author of The Truth about StyleWONDER is what we’re born with.WORRY is what we learn.NOW IS THE TIME TO RETURN TO... read more
The epic conclusion to the thrilling Valkyrie duology by New York Times bestselling YA author Amanda Hocking, From the Earth to the Shadows.While dealing with dark revelations about her life and her world, Malin finds herself with new allies--and new enemies. Her quest for the truth leads her to places she never thought possible, and she's never been one to shy away from a fight. But for all h... read more
From the co-founder of Plated, the home delivery food service, an inspirational business title that is a call-to-arms and investigation into the industrial American food complex.In early 2012, Nick Taranto was twenty-seven years old, recently married, and fresh out of the Marine Corps. He moved back to New York City, started working on Wall Street, and put on twenty pounds in under six months.... read more
"Brilliant....The rare first novel that makes future ones seem both inevitable and exciting."—Kathryn Shulz, The New YorkerJune, 1957. One hot afternoon in the backwaters of the Deep South, a young black farmer named Tucker Caliban salts his fields, shoots his horse, burns his house, and heads north with his wife and child. His departure sets off an exodus of the state’s entire black populatio... read more
“I never fast before medical procedures—it gives me joy to confuse the doctors. I think they like it, too, gives them more of a challenge. Once, on the way to have my kidney removed, I stopped at an all-you-can-eat buffet for a large plate of beef kidneys with mushrooms and garlic. You should have seen the expression on the surgeon’s face when he opened me up and had to spot which kidney was m... read more
At Windemere School for Girls, one of America's elite private schools, Dr. Gregory Copeland is the beloved chair of the English Department. A married father with a penchant for romantic poetry--and impressionable teenage girls--he operates in plain sight for years, until one of his former students goes public with allegations of inappropriate conduct. With the help of an investigative journali... read more
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A lifetime of reading, editing, and writing books—this work is my dream. It would be an honor to help you get your book ready for the world.
Former Agent, Writers House, now Expat; two Newbery & NBA authors. I take a holistic, highly customized approach with a plan