I have over thirty years of experience as an editor (books, book chapters, scientific journal articles, theses, dissertations, grants, popular writing) and writer (chapters, scientific journal articles, grants, nonfiction and fiction). Nonfiction prize winner in Lit. mag. contests, finalist in Lit. mag. fiction contest. My goal is to help writers produce a manuscript that expresses their message best in a voice appropriate to their intended audience. I ensure that their material exhibits correct grammar and syntax and adheres to the style required: Concise and descriptive for academic articles, chapters, or books and dramatic for popular writing.
MA in English Literature, Queens College
MS in Psychology, PhD Candidate in Psychology, Walden University
BA in English Literature, Binghamton University
20+ years' experience in editing, teaching and writing
Essay Editing Services, PowerPoint, Style, Personal, Business, ESL (English as a Second Language), Non-Fiction, Fiction, Book, Academic
Number of Pages Edited: 17,912
I can make your writing more concise, more professional, more creative, and more effective in its...
I can make your writing more concise, more professional, more creative, and more effective in its purpose, whether English is not your native language and it needs an overhaul, or you are talented and it could just use a bit of polish. Having edited over 5000 documents and more than 100 novels, my experience covers a broad range. From science, paranormal, and contemporary fiction to memoirs, how-to books, children's lit, ad copy, personal statements and theses, I have a passion for making your writing the best it can be. I understand, too, that the writer-editor relationship needs to be a good fit. I'm happy to do a sample edit to help you determine whether I am the right person for your project. Thanks for your consideration.
Studied philosophy at the undergraduate level in Canada and at the graduate level in England.Read more
Studied philosophy at the undergraduate level in Canada and at the graduate level in England.
In 1977, I qualified as a secondary school teacher from the Cambridge Institute of Education, Cambridge University. During the 1980s I was a contributing editor for Today's Parent, Canada's leading parenting magazine, and I have published numerous articles, reviews and letters, including two short letters in The Economist, the next best thing to winning a Pulitzer. Now semi-retired, I spend some of my time teaching Microsoft Word to seniors, most of whom are younger than me.