I am very excited to announce that I have joined the team at Legacy Tree Genealogists as a part-time Editor in Research. I am thrilled to have this opportunity to combine my interests and invest more time in the genealogy field. I will continue to accept indexing and editing work on a freelance basis.
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions! I look forward to hearing from you.
Happy New Year! I hope that the new year brings many exciting developments and opportunities to my clients. I’m offering a new service this year: book production (print and ebook) for self-publishing authors. If you are interested in receiving an estimate for this or any other service, please reach out to me on my contact page.
I’m now booking projects for February and beyond. If you are thinking about booking projects for spring, I suggest scheduling now, as my schedule fills up faster during the spring (and summer). To request an estimate, schedule a project, or ask a question, contact me here.
I’m excited to announce a new joint venture with my mother, Randa Dubnick: Memory Imprints, through which we now offer a variety of services to help you shape your memories into text and images on paper and canvas. Whether you want to research and write your family history, to see your memoir published in print or online, to commission a portrait of a loved one (including pets!), or to retouch and organize your photos, we can help. For more information, please visit the Memory Imprints site.
I’m very excited to announce that I’m now offering personal and family history services, including writing and ghostwriting, editorial and publishing services (including self-publishing consultation), and assistance with genealogical research. Watch this space for the launch of my new blog, Little Oak: Roots and Branches, documenting my own family history journey.
Writing takes place in stages, over time. As a provider of editorial services, I help you take your writing to the next level, whether that means helping you to develop a manuscript or to finalize proof pages for publication. What does that require of me? Among other things, it requires a good eye for catching errors and inconsistencies, a knowledge of standards and style manuals, and a good sense of how language should unravel on the page. Ask me for a free consultation, and I will tell you how I can help you improve your writing.
I am now expanding my services in developmental editing. As a developmental editor, I work closely with authors to improve the sense and flow of their writing while helping them to better express their unique voice and point of view. For more information about my experience in this area, please feel free to send me a message via the contact page.
I’ve just chosen a new template, and I will be updating this site and my list of projects soon. For information about specific types of projects, please feel free to contact me.