A Recent Collaboration

I recently finished a flurry of projects. While most of them were excellent academic works or health articles, I had the joy of proofreading a trade book on parenting a few weeks ago: The New Mom’s Guide to New Dads by Andrew Shaw.

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Andrew found me on Reedsy, a freelance site I began collaborating with last year. His instructional book for new moms (and dads) is both humorous and insightful. My kids are now far removed from the baby phase, but many of his anecdotes reminded me of those crazy first years of parenting. Andrew is a dad blogger who is doing an excellent job at creating awareness of what a dad experiences when he welcomes a child. (He is also very quick to point out the demands of motherhood, too.)

Andrew left me some complimentary feedback after I proofread his project:

Natalie was prompt and thorough in her proofreading. She worked within my deadline and made it easy to collaborate!

It was equally rewarding to work with you, Andrew.

This book is available on Kindle.

 

 

 

Recent Work

Despite my absence here on the blog in the last few months, I am still working away on both editing and writing projects! I’ve had the pleasure of collaborating with some individual authors lately on large-scale publishing projects, particularly books and dissertations. Here are a few words of praise I’ve received recently, in the event these hearty endorsements convince you that I am capable and easy to work with for your own project.

“Great job, no complaints. I would be happy to hire Natalie again.” —Barbara, author of a forthcoming book on writing for academia

“Natalie does great work and it was a pleasure doing business with her.” —John, author of a forthcoming book on tuning instruments

“I am reviewing the editing and it is wonderful. . . . Thank you so much.” —Michael, author of a forthcoming book on boating and sailing