Portfolio of Featured Projects

I edit manuscripts of any length for indie authors as well as publishing houses. This portfolio showcases featured projects.

Nursing Student papers

SOLA Network contributors

In this first collaboration, Steve S. Chang and other members of the SOLA Network have written a series of essays about their experiences in ministry and leadership in the Asian American Church. These pastors and leaders, with their collective wisdom, have produced a powerhouse book as a gift to the next generation of Asian pastors and leaders in America. This book is available on Amazon.

Nursing Student papers

A retired physician and a creationist writer

Dr. Barney Maddox and Frank Sherwin collaborated on a critical exposé of Charles Darwin’s Origin of Species. They dig into Darwin’s claims, the quality of his scientific methods, and his clever wordsmithing. Available now for Kindle here and in print May 2024.

Nursing Student papers

Nursing student

I worked on these publications for a client who is now with Indiana University Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health, Department of Epidemiology




Gone in an Instant

Indie author

Gone in an Instant is a memoir by Tammy Horvath. Her 19-year-old son Luke was killed by a single bullet, and Tammy had to learn the practical meaning of forgiveness and healing. Her book is available here.

Guided by Wisdom: Finding Wisdom for Life in God’s Word

Writer and songwriter

Chris Long’s book, Guided by Wisdom: Finding Wisdom for Life in God’s Word, is an easy-to-read guide to help adolescents find their way through life while depending on the truth found in God’s Word. His book is available here.

Nations are God's Idea

Indie author

Semiretired Anglican priest, R. James Tasker, argues convincingly that national sovereignty is God’s protective plan for the well-being of people. Nations Are God’s Idea: Exposing and Countering the Assault on Sovereignty is a convincing and eye-opening treatise on the topic. His book is available here.

An Atheist’s Letters to Heaven

Bible college student

Naimbai Njerakey contacted me while he was still a student about editing and publishing his book. An Atheist’s Letters to Heaven is an allegory written as a series of letters from an atheist living on Earth to his deceased friend in heaven. Through a series of questions, arguments, and counterarguments, the gospel is defended and shared. His book is available here.

Mally’s Little Handbook

Interior designer

Mally Skok’s book, Mally’s Little Handbook, is an utter delight to read. Filled with design insights, ideas, recipes, and much more, you will find yourself lost in the sheer joy of her little book, which is available here.

Notes in the Margin

Author and speaker

Ellen Foell, attorney and international program coordinator for Heartbeat International, compiled a series of essays of her life into Notes in the Margin. You will laugh, cry, and rejoice as you read how God has molded her into who she is today. Her book is available here.

Design and Catastrophe
Justice for Genesis

Andrews University Press

I have worked on two books for AUP. Design & Catastrophe: 51 Scientists Explore Evidence in Nature was written for science students and life-long learners alike. In a series of essays, the evidence of design and catastrophe in the natural world is explored.

In a second book, Justice for Genesis (in process), Dr. John C. Walton simply and concisely discusses the natural evidence supporting the book of Genesis. Reading this book will give you the tools to discuss this topic with confidence.

Westchester Team

I worked on the following books as a contract copyeditor with the team at Westchester Publishing Services:

Katrina: A History, 1915–2015, by Andy Horowitz (Harvard University Press)

Campus with Purpose: Building a Mission-Driven Campus, by Stephen Lehmkuhle (Rutgers University Press)

The Book of Books: Biblical Interpretation, Literary Culture, and the Political Imagination from Erasmus to Milton, by Thomas Fulton (University of Pennsylvania Press)

They Met at Wounded Knee: The Eastmans’ Story, by Gretchen Cassel Eick (University of Nevada Press)

Follies in America: A History of Garden and Park Architecture, by Kerry Dean Carso (Cornell University Press)

The Hudson: An Illustrated Guide to the Living River, Third Ed., by Stephen P. Stanne, Roger G. Panetta, Brian E. Forist, and Maija Liisa Niemistö (Rutgers University Press)

Landscape of Migration: Mobility and Environmental Change on Bolivia’s Tropical Frontier, 1952 to the Present, by Ben Nobbs-Thiessen (University of North Carolina Press)

Healthcare Finance: Modern Financial Analysis for Accelerating Biomedical Innovation, by Andrew W. Lo and Shomesh E. Chaudhuri (Princeton University Press)

A Troubled Birth: The 1930s and American Public Opinion, by Susan Herbst (The University of Chicago Press)

Giving Bodies Back to Data: Image Makers, Bricolage, and Reinvention in Magnetic Resonance Technology, by Silvia Casini (The MIT Press)

Child | Data | Citizen: How Tech Companies Are Profiling Us from Before Birth, by Veronica Barassi (The MIT Press)