Book editing, ghostwriting (blogs, articles), journalism, website and publications management. I'm a lawyer and find that training helpful when translating complicated topics into everyday language.
For book nerds like me, saying good-bye to a fictional character you've loved is a little like a real-life romantic breakup. The similarities between the two got me thinking. The result? My ruminations on love, loss, and literature.
The first novel by acclaimed Greek writer Lena Manta to appear in English translation, The House by the River is an intimate, emotionally powerful saga following five young women as they realize that no matter the men they choose, the careers they pursue, or the children they raise, the only constant is home.
When a woman’s body turns up in a lake—a bullet to the back of her head—Violent Crime Unit commander Maria Kallio, freshly back from maternity leave, is fast to get on the case. I performed a developmental edit on this translated work by Finland's bestselling crime novelist, Lena Lehtolainen.
This career-oriented workbook will take you on a trip through prompts, tips, and checklists with the intention of turning your passion into a clearly-orchestrated plan.
In this book, you'll find an invaluable tool for making your dreams more than dreams. It’ll be there for every job i...
CONTRIBUTOR: Single State of the Union: Single Women Speak Out on Life, Love, and the Pursuit of Happiness
Are single women happy individualists? Neurotic man-hunters? Crazed cat ladies? Are they confused, or content? Bitter, or better off?
No one seems to know. The popular media gives us shoe shopaholics, ditzy desperados, wannabe brides forever making cow eyes at The Bachelor. But what do single women have to say about their own lives?
With sass, humor, and style, Single State of the Union paints a provocative, playful, and complex portrait of today's single woman.
"IVF tourism" touts a cheaper chance at a baby, but critics see a downside.
Personal Style with Purpose, by Jeanette Johnson