James Nelson hired me to assist him formatting and editing the hundreds of citations that accompanied his 72,000 word manuscript for the financial market. He and I worked together for several months on various aspects of Stealing Home, but my main contribution was citation work.
Mahendra Doshi, a journalist and historian, painstakingly detailed the historical account of the Patels of India finding their way to America to establish the hotel/motel business in San Francisco. I was Mr. Doshi’s editor and publishing consultant from the early drafts to publication.
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Dr. Felisha Phillips hired me to line edit her manuscript. The Missing Piece In Life is her second published work. The front matter and cover art had already been completed, so my task was to assist her in clearly communicating this important message about finding and arranging the puzzle pieces of our lives for the best fit.
Developer Adam DuVander initially enlisted my services for a manuscript review. After studying the report I provided for Developer Marketing Does Not Exist, he hired me to line edit his manuscript for the technology market. Tie-ins to some of the most famous Sci-Fi adventure movies (think The Matrix), gave life to an otherwise ordinary subject that will resonate with his readership.
In My Journey From Lack To Radical Generosity, Becky Swanstrum shares her story of walking and living out God’s economy of abundance here on earth by adhering to sound biblical principles of generosity, sowing and reaping, and responding to prompts in her spirit to give. She began small with what was in her hand to give and watched in awe as God continued to grow her seed for sowing and provide opportunities for her to help those in her sphere. I managed all aspects of this project from copy and line editing to print on demand.
Tiffany Smith’s Second Wind tells her personal story of experiencing not one, but multiple strokes as a young woman and how God restored her health and imparted fresh wisdom for the rest of her journey. I copy edited her manuscript and provided guidance for publication.
E.E. Cooley stepped into his first inspirational adventure story with grit and determination. I am thankful he chose me to assist him with editing this manuscript, now the first book in the Prime Youth series. Through a combination of gentle nudges to correct syntax errors to a firmer push toward logical and consistent flow, I helped him bring this thrilling series to life. But he did all the hard work.