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When words on the page are a joy to read, you can bet your beans it’s thanks to teamwork. Best editorial practice always calls for a second set of eyes—informed eyes.
For the product you want in the fewest moves, a creative, enthusiastic, optimistic, experienced editor—namely, me—will help you quickly lay out a simple, strategic development plan.
Your projects are my passion.
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What some fine folks have said about working with me >>
Jenefer's high integrity, great attention to detail, and excellent knowledge of style and grammar make her a superlative editor.
Alan R Gaby, MD
Author Nutritional Medicine, editor The Natural Pharmacy, Chief Science Editor of Aisle7 (creators of Healthnotes)
Jen is a fantastic editor with a keen eye and talent for developing an author, and she's such a pleasure to work with on any project.
Simon & Schuster
I’ve worked with Jenefer for more than ten years and can honestly say that she is a rare gem in the editing world.
Not only does she identify where a piece needs work and how to fix it, she does so in such a straight-
Kimberly Beauchamp, ND
Writer, Ask Doctor Mama
Jenefer is a consummate editor and proofreader with a keen eye for details and thorough understanding of the mechanics of writing.
She was a valuable partner for our marketing team, helping to refine materials and ensure they were not only grammatically accurate, but also clear and compelling for the intended audience.
Jen is an absolute pleasure to work with and I would welcome the opportunity to do so again.
Amy Garland Myers,
Photo: Jeannette Shupp
I had the good fortune to be assigned Jenefer as my editor on my first book. The experience was so gratifying, I requested her for my second book.
Her gentle guidance and integrity allowed me the freedom to create some-
Author Ocean Oracle and Ocean Wisdom
Jenefer is a thorough, caring editor with great attention to detail.
I felt privileged to work with her.
Healer, teacher, author
The Secret Language of Your Body, The Secret Language of Color, and many more
Good writing is supposed to
evoke sensation in the reader—
not the fact that it is raining, but
the feeling of being rained on.