I work with companies and individual authors on both fiction and non-fiction. My clients include:
Oxford University Press, academic and educational publisher
Sunrise Setting, academic publishing services
Black Library, science fiction and fantasy publisher
Cactus Communications, scientific editing services
Sacristy Press, independent publisher of theology and history
GR Jordan, Crescendo! An Austerley & Kirkgordon Adventure
James V Stone, Information Theory: A Tutorial Introduction
Peter Moddel, Making Sense
Myra Robinson, The Best Mud in Italy
Arlene Pearson, Where the Four Winds Meet
Caroline has been a pleasure to work with. She is flexible, thorough, and has a great eye for detail and consistency. Her technical knowledge meant that she was able to quickly get to grips with our digital product and provide meaningful feedback with both developer and editorial needs in mind.
Kristie Pickersgill, Editor, Oxford University Press
Caroline did an excellent job of copy-editing and proofreading a book for me on Information Theory. Her expertise in LaTeX meant that text changes could be highlighted using tools available in LaTeX. An additional bonus for me was that Caroline is familiar with mathematical notation. Consequently, she not only corrected many text and mathematical typographical errors, but also quite a few mathematical 'semantic' errors (for which I am very grateful). Chapters were always returned promptly, even when this involved several iterations of corrections on a single chapter. Overall, Caroline substantially improved the layout of the book, making it both more attractive and more readable.
Jim Stone, author of Information Theory: A Tutorial Introduction
Caroline took over at the final stage of preparing my manuscript for publication and I’m sure no one could have done the job better! She’s quick to understand and efficient and pleasant in her response. In solving technical difficulties (templates and formatting), she was excellent and it is obvious that she is fully competent in all aspects of copyediting. She is obliging, fast, and has a good sense of what sounds and looks right. Any writer who engages her for editorial work is certainly very fortunate!
Peter Moddel, author of Making Sense