Specializes in: Arts, Profiles, Lifestyle, Education, Religion
An awarding winning journalist--I won an Newspaper Association of America (NAA) award in 2001, a Best in Print in 1990--in 2002 I left The Seattle Times after 20 years to start my own editorial service, "I Love to Edit," to further develop my writing and editing skills. Currently a part-time news editor for a national publication, I devote the rest of my time to substantive editing for both fiction and nonfiction books, content editing for Web sites, and copyediting. My clients have included: The Seattle Times, PCC Sound Consumer newsletter, World Tribune (published by the international Buddhist organization, SGI) and the Northwest Craft Center, as well as many private clients. Writing services include feature and news articles to ghostwriting memoir and everything in between. Always on deadline. Accuracy is paramount. Careful attention to detail. Sensitive to your feelings. Joy is my middle name and I truly love what I do.
Last updated: 10/18/2016 ()