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  • » hire the right editor for your nonfiction book
  • » strengthen your writing or help those in your world
  • » increase your skill in matching the right word to the meaning you want
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    Nonfiction Book Editing

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    Recent books edited by Barbara McNichol Editorial

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    With New Eyes: The Power of Perspective

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    The Reality of Change: Mastering Positive Change is Key to Extraordinary Leadership and Optimal Business Outcomes

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    Fred Johnson and Paul Metler

     

    Private Spaces

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    Testimonials

    I have known Barbara for a long time. I know she is a great editor. So I asked her to edit the book I finally wrote, The Handbook of Nerd-Certified People Skills. She was terrific at catching mistakes and putting everything in a common voice. What I hadn’t counted on was how well she improved my content. She drew out significant points and showed me what to emphasize, raising the quality of the writing. She certainly exceeded my expectations.  
    Dick Cochran