I get to know my book authors predominantly by reading their books. Editing Kathryn Mayer’s third book, “The Productive Perfectionist: A Woman’s Guide to Smashing the Shackles of Perfection,” taught
I was introduced to Domenic Ciannella, M. Div, about 10 or 15 years ago. A former hospice chaplain, he was a grief counselor who’d founded a service called Acorn Pastoral Care. He’d also been writing
Note: I have been working with Jack Milner of the UK since the spring on the manuscript for his book, “2D to 3D: How to Be a Virtual Presentation Superstar.” Jack is a
Charlene Moses is the author of Given to Submission: A journey of shame, truth, and forgiveness, which is available in my Shop. I believe Charlene’s memoir of her early life will resonate with adult
In the past few weeks, I have had my head deep into the work of finalizing my client Charlene Moses’ book, and I’m excited to say it should be out before February, and Charlene’s birthday on the
Writing a memoir is like painting a landscape or sculpting a jewel-studded necklace. Each work of art starts as a vision, an idea; then, it evolves into a sketch, and slowly, something real and
Recently, an author who was considering the idea of hiring me to edit and help self-publish his memoir asked if I could connect him to Judith Kelliher, the author of “A Wartime PhD,” so she could
As I considered a name for my first book, I went through a process that was methodical but not very productive in terms of getting me to a name I loved.
My summer intern, Olivia Greeley, a student at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, interviewed my friend and fellow author Judith Kelliher this week about the publication of Judy’s book, “A
I’ve known Bobby Kelliher for over three decades. He is one of my favorite people.