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Editors in the Adventure genre

Theodora Bryant

Theodora Bryant

Book Editor  Science Fiction and Fantasy  I once had an author who wrote a delightful book that centered around a case that involved the pitfalls of working with voodoo. He sent me a question after we’d finished his book: “How do you do that hoodoo you do?” I had no real answer for him and …

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Ted Gasner

book editor and ghostwriter Ted Gasner

Writing Coach, Mentor, Collaborator, and Ghostwriter Editing Services | Contemporary/Mainstream Creative Nonfiction, Detective, Erotica, Gay/Lesbian, Literary Fiction, Memoir/Autobiography, Mystery, Psychological Thriller, Suspense, Women’s Fiction, Young Adult TED GASNER edited hundreds of award-winning fiction and nonfiction titles during his six years as a Supervising Editor for Scholastic Inc. Ted developed book series for print, eReaders, and websites, then assigned …

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James N. Powell

Literary fiction, creative nonfiction, contemporary-mainstream-trade, adventure, romance, science fiction, action/military, travel/lifestyle, erotica, gay/lesbian, ethnic culture, literary journalism, memoir/autobiography, New Age, religion, spirituality, poetry, APA Editing APA EDITING SERVICES Proofreading for correct seriation (lists of items in a series), smoothness of expression, continuity of presentation of ideas, tone, wordiness, redundancy, word choice, colloquial expressions and jargon, …

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Caroline Hiley

Mystery | Crime | Adventure | Suspense | Historical | Westerns Science Fiction and Fantasy | Speculative Fiction Young Adult | Romance | Literary CAROLINE HILEY specializes in copyediting novels and works of nonfiction. She works with both traditional publishers and independent authors. Her focus in all editing is consistency, accuracy, and clarity, so that …

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Henry Denard

HENRY DENARD is a writer, ghost writer, and editor of commercial mainstream nonfiction and fiction. Denard co-founded and was editor in chief at a publishing company (distributed by Random House) where he oversaw (and often helped to write) dozens of books. Denard’s bestselling nonfiction and fiction authors include Chris Wallace, Catherine Crier, Matthew Modine, Brett …

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Carly Cantor

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CARLY CANTOR, a former acquisitions editor at a New York publisher as well as a published author herself, is a meticulous, hands-on editor who “becomes one” with every project, paying close attention to both the big picture and the small details. She offers critiquing, development editing, and line-editing for fiction and nonfiction book projects. She …

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Beth Bruno

BETH BRUNO Beth Bruno, Ed.M., M.A., began her literary career 20 years ago as a features writer and editor. Her weekly op-ed column, "Stand Up and Be Counted," became an instant hit when she invited readers to share their opinions about hot topics of the day and included them in her columns. In 2001 she …

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The New Age and Spiritual Marketplace

Spirituality

By E. M. Levy As someone who was an early adopter of meditation, organic food, and yoga postures I didn’t know it was possible for a human being to do, I have an enduring interest in this field of writing and publishing. I use the word marketplace somewhat ironically, since the intention behind New Age …

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A Second Pair of Eyes

Second Pair of Eyes

By Ginny Rogers If you’re a writer, you’ve probably seen discussions on social media that argue about the value of editors. Some people (mostly editors) maintain that writers can’t edit their own work; others (mostly writers) steadfastly insist that editing is part of the writing process and they have no need for somebody to clean …

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The Editor Within

By Ginny Rogers Writing is a passionate expression, isn’t it? You pour out your thoughts, your dreams, your ideas, your hopes, spilling them all out onto paper for the world to see. And then some cheeky editor comes along and shreds your beautiful manuscript, convinced that she knows better than you what is in your …

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The Beauty of Scholarship

Scholarship

By E. M. Levy In a time when people are communicating important information via Twitter and the very existence of facts is being questioned, the traditions of academic scholarship, built on the bedrock of logic and reason, are going to be more vital than ever. There is just no substitute for the careful, persistent pursuit …

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