Fruits of Labour

It’s a thrill when a book you’ve worked on sees publication. In some cases, the book-to-be is only a concept when the client and I meet; in other cases, it’s a manuscript almost ready for publication. In all cases, you have notes, printed pages, files and drafts in Word and hours and hours of thought and care: what will make this the best book it can be?  In the image below are just five that I’ve worked on.

From left to right: Motché perfect: Le chiac en poésie by Anne Levesque (I consulted, edited and did layout), Serendipity, Judy Savoie (consult, edit, layout and design), Beyond the Call: The Life and Legacy of Mark Gallagher, Rosemarie Willis & Warren Redman (consult and layout), Get More Power from Your Brain, Eileen Pease (copyedit), Hearts of Oak: A Gaelic Legacy, Gail Crawford (copyedit), and Baby Jonah: The Emotional Journey of a Preemie Mom, Lidia Branch (consult, edit).

Lee Thomson Editing

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In the beginning…

…was not the word, but the website to get the word out. If you have stumbled upon this ‘word in progress,’ please know that while the website may not be up, we are indeed open for business.