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Theodora Bryant

Theodora Bryant

Fiction Editor  Science Fiction and Fantasy Horror Romance Historical Fiction  Literary Fiction Detective – Crime Thrillers – Espionage 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 …

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Karin Graham – Developmental Editor – Legal Topics and Crime Novels

crime fiction editor Karin Graham

KARIN GRAHAM is a trained editor and versatile writer who is able to produce excellent work in areas as divergent as law, anthropology, blogging, and fiction. She has a bachelor’s degree in comparative literature from the University of Virginia, a JD from William and Mary Law School, and a certificate in editing from the University of …

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David Alan: Book Editor, Sports, Memoirs, History, Politics

book editor and author David Alan

The author and editor of more than 150 books, David Alan knows what it takes to get a book published. “Excellence is his habit,” publisher Les Krantz wrote, and it’s reflected in the numbers: David’s Goodreads.com rating of 4.24 (2,000-plus ratings) places him in the top 1 percentile of authors/editors. Civil rights icon Myrlie Evers-Williams, …

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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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Stacey Donovan

book editor Stacey Donovan

Fiction and Non-Fiction Developmental and Content Editing, Ghostwriting and Collaboration, Manuscript Evaluation and Critique, Writing Mentor & Coach, Book Proposal Preparation Before Stacey Donovan became a professional editor more than 20 years ago, she worked in a literary agency where she learned how to say no more often than yes, and include reasons why. A stint …

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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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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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Sarah Anderson

Book Editor | Writing Coach *** Sarah is booking for December 2017 *** Women’s Fiction, Romance, Literary Fiction, Memoir, Biographies, Religion, New Age, Spirituality, Inspiration Self-Help, How-To Sarah Anderson is a freelance editor and writer, experienced in fiction and nonfiction. Her work has been called outstanding, and she was solely responsible for editing the three …

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Ambiguous Pronouns

PS Rosenbaum

by PS Rosenbaum Dissertation and Thesis Writing Consultant Editing-Writing.com Judging from the sometimes quite nasty comments from advisors that I have read concerning students’ misuse of pronouns, I have concluded that the misuse of even a single pronoun in a scholarly paper can lower a professor’s estimation of the writer’s intellect or respect for scholarship. …

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Microsoft WORD’s “Comment” feature: ACCEPT, REJECT, OR DELETE

PS Rosenbaum

by PS Rosenbaum Dissertation and Thesis Writing Consultant Editing-Writing.com Dismay is not an uncommon response of a student-scholar on first encountering an academic editor’s markups on a thesis or dissertation. Some edited manuscripts have literally hundreds of so-called “redlines” (i.e., deletions and additions), not to mention dozens of Comments ranging from simple reminders to detailed …

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Take the Risk: Write Your Memoirs

Aubrey Otero

by Aubrey Otero Copy Editor, Developmental Editor, Ghostwriter, Writing Mentor, Memoir Writer Book-Editing.com, Editing-Writing.com I am struck anew by how important it is for each of us to write our memoirs. It doesn’t matter whether we write to publish, but we should write not to perish. Our stories can be the greatest legacy we give …

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Finding Your Story’s Narrative Backbone

Aubrey Otero

by Aubrey Otero Copy Editor, Developmental Editor, Ghostwriter, Writing Mentor, Memoir Writer Book-Editing.com, Editing-Writing.com “The best memoirs, I think, forge their own forms,” writes Annie Dillard, author of An American Childhood. “The writer of any work, and particularly of any nonfiction work, must decide two crucial points: what to put in and what to leave …

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Inventing the Truth

Aubrey Otero

by Aubrey Otero Copy Editor, Developmental Editor, Ghostwriter, Writing Mentor, Memoir Writer Book-Editing.com, Editing-Writing.com “With a little help from our imaginations, desires, and experiences,” wrote Willett Stanek in Writing Your Life, “we have the power and the privilege to invent the truth. We construct our pasts in tune with our heart’s desires to become the …

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