Editing clients

A small sampling of the international authors I’m proud to include in my list of clients, representing a wide variety of styles and genres, fiction and non-fiction:

Alexander McNabb, Olives: A Violent Romance. Fiction, thriller. When Paul Stokes runs out of choices, his only path is betrayal. The fragile peace is holding. Behind the scenes, the Israelis are competing for dwindling water resources as Jordan and Palestine face drought. Daoud Dajani has the solution to Jordan’s water problems and is bidding against the British for the privatisation of Jordan’s water network. When journalist Paul Stokes befriends Dajani’s sister, Aisha, British intelligence agent Gerald Lynch realises Paul offers access to the man threatening to drain Israel’s water supply and snatch the bid from the British. Blackmailed by Lynch into spying on Dajani, his movements seemingly linked to a series of bombings, Paul is pitched into a terrifying fight for survival that will force him to betray everyone around him. Even the woman he loves.

Pete Morin, Diary of a Small Fish. Fiction, crime. When Paul Forte is indicted by a federal grand jury, everyone suspects prosecutor Bernard (don’t call him “Bernie”) Kilroy has more on his mind than justice. Then the FBI agent in charge of Paul’s case gives him a clue to the mystery: Kilroy is bent on settling an old family score, and he’s not above breaking the law to do it. Paul is already dealing with the death of his parents and divorce from a woman he still loves. Now, with the support of an alluring grand juror, Paul must expose the vindictive prosecutor’s own corruption before the jury renders a verdict on his Osso Buco.

Phillipa Fioretti, bestselling Australian author of The Book of Love and The Fragment of Dreams. Fiction, women’s, romantic comedy.

Bill Lace, Tears of Esperanza. Fiction, political, contemporary, multicultural. Student Esperanza Navarro is living with a secret that might be exposed in Arizona’s ground zerofight over immigration and border control policy in this voyage from the streets of the barrios to the halls of the capitol.

Bob Crumley, See the End First.  Non-fiction, business, personal development. Launches Fall/Winter 2012. Are you so wrapped up in the day-to-day tasks of working hard that you’ve never stopped to figure out where you want to go? With profound and profoundly simple concepts, this book will point you in the right direction and provide you with a roadmap to your destination.

Jonas Saul, international best-selling author of numerous novels in the crime/thriller genre, including The Hostage,  The Kill, The Blade, and the Sarah Roberts Trilogy.

Kate Cornwell, A Face Within. Fiction, women’s fiction, literary. A tiny child’s face hidden within each painting is at the heart of the mystery surrounding world-renowned artist, Catarina di Rossi. It’s this mystery that is also at the heart of the broken relationships with her two daughters.

Adele Crouch, Lawson’s Search. Fiction, Western, historical. After Lawson’s wife Catherine is kidnapped, he embarks on a search that will take him across the United States, over the Rocky Mountains and into the land of the Navajo, as Catherine is taken on a terrifying journey with her husband’s arch enemy.

Chris Karim, Be Little. Fiction, middle-grade children’s. Twelve-year-old Mark Heffler out-skates, out-rides, and outwits the bullies who pick on him because of his small size. But when Mark and his family move to Tennessee, one hateful boy peppers Mark with verbal and physical abuse beyond anything Mark has experienced. Does Mark have what it takes to stand up to Calvin? To be a hero?

Tim Pond, The Three Insights. Non-fiction, spiritual, self-help. What would you do if you got a do-over for your life?
Follow one man’s journey of self-discovery. In a series of meetings in heaven, a most unexpected yet wise mentor provides Jack with insights into how to live a happy, meaningful and fulfilled life – the keys to turning his life into one with purpose.

Spring Fevers. Fiction, short story anthology by various authors, various genres. Spring Fevers explores tales of relationships in their varied states: love — requited and unrequited — friendships discovered and lost, family in its many guises, and the myriad places in between. Individual stories in the anthology will appeal to fans of young adult, literary, and science fiction, as well as other genres.

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