Client Kudos & Praise (5/25/16)

Before I dive back into a big pile of copywriting assignments, a few quick notes about recent client work:

  • A website for which I wrote copy (personal stories by consumers) was awarded a “best site” award for 2015. (Client is confidential.)
  • The e-learning module script I wrote last summer is now complete and live on ElectricSmarts.com. The client is proud of the end result and looks forward to working with us again. We’re a two-woman dynamo; contact us if you need e-learning modules complete with Flash animation and voiceover talent.
  • I have a new content editing testimonial for my current project, a nonfiction business book due from a major business publisher in 2017. Per the author’s wishes I’m keeping his praise anonymous for now, until the project is complete:
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Your edit is a gift! You're doing exactly what I hoped you would be doing: copy editing, mixed with excellent content editing. I also love your suggestions and questions — makes me think deeper about the messages I'm trying to convey and how to better communicate them.
J.
Business Book Author and Tech Director at a Fortune 500 Company

If you’re looking for help with copywriting, e-learning module development, or editing, please send me an email to reserve a spot on my calendar. I have time available starting after July 5.

Client News: Blog-to-Book Project

Does Every Woman Have an Eating Disorder? Stacey M. Rosenfeld PhD

Client news! I worked on this blog-to-book project as a developmental editor and strategic consultant. You can ask your local library to order it, or buy it at:

This enlightening book is not just for those with eating issues—it’s for any woman who feels pressured by society to be a certain shape or size. Dr. Rosenfeld talks about:

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Client Brag Time

Two good pieces of news came through my email today:

  1. My editing client Dr. Stacey Rosenfeld is happy to share that her first book, Does Every Woman Have an Eating Disorder: Challenging Our Nation’s Fixation with Food and Weight, is now available for pre-order at Amazon. I worked with Stacey last fall to get her manuscript in top shape. We’re both really proud of the final product. If you’ve been following the no-PhotoShop movement or know anyone who wants to stop obsessing about body image issues, please share news of this book with her!
  2. My strategic consulting and copywriting client Mark Rubinstein is thrilled at the news that his most recent novella, The Foot Soldier, is one of four Finalists nominated for the 2014 Benjamin Franklin Award in the Popular Fiction category. The novella, loosely based on Mark’s own experiences as an Airborne division medic during Viet Nam, is $0.99 for Kindle — get it here.

Congratulations to both of you, and enjoy the benefits of your hard work!