Hey, blog followers! I just realized that I never let you know that my maternity leave is over. So far I’ve just done some smaller projects with existing clients, but I’m now back to regular strength. Bring on all your manuscripts, dissertations, posters, cover letters, and CVs!
I will be going on maternity leave soon, so please expect delayed responses to emails and blog comments (likely in the range of 48 hours rather than 24). Thank you for your understanding!
Tomorrow is the second anniversary of my full-time copyeditor status! Woo!
I edit for many authors for whom English is not their first language. I’ve been keeping track of their countries of origin and first languages over on the Why Choose Science Refinery? page. Until now, I’ve done lots from Europe, Asia, and the Americas, but today I’m editing my first work from Africa (Angola)! Now I’ve edited something from every populated continent (that is, if you’re one of the people who count the Malay Archipelago as part of Oceania rather than Asia; if you’re not, I’m looking to you, Australia and New Zealand!). Cool.
As seen on the recently updated Range of Projects I Work On page, I just edited a patient information sheet for a pain management clinic. I love getting to explore new fields and types of writing! Keep sending me those varied projects 🙂
Edit on 9/6: The Range of Projects I Work On page was just updated again to reflect that I’m now working on a manuscript in another new subject area: educational philosophy and theory. I also have a new country of origin and first language of my authors listed on the Why Choose Science Refinery page: Turkey and Turkish!
Thanks to my wonderful hubby, my main computer is finally back up and running after a week of only being able to use some old, slow devices. Now I can get back to working at full speed!