Published books I've worked on include The Song of Orpheus, by Tracy Barrett; The Reckoning, the final novel in Chris Howard's Rootless trilogy (I edited the second novel, too); Adventures Among Ants, by Mark W. Moffett; The Hormone Cure, by Dr. Sara Gottfried; Always Chloe and Other Stories and Where We Belong, by Catherine Ryan Hyde (author of Pay It Forward); The Weight of Stars: Three United States of Asgard Novellas, by Tessa Gratton; and most recently--ta-dum!--a self-published novel, Waiting in the Wings, by Geene Rees, available through Barnes & Noble and Amazon. More books are in the pipeline, including Kevin McLean's Crossing the River Kabul, a memoir upcoming from Potomac Press, an imprint of the University of Nebraska Press. I'm working with many first-time, self-publishing authors. That could include you!
Pamela Feinsilber’s astute eye gave my novel Kingdom of Simplicity just what it needed to go to press. Her touch is like applying every grade of steel wool, from scouring down unnecessary subplots to burnishing the finest thematic strands. Her editorial skills cover the gamut, from structural changes to line editing. Getting great editorial help like this is a necessary investment for any professional author.
--Holly Payne | Kingdom of Simplicity, The Virgin's Knot, The Sound of Blue
When I finally decided to publish a family memoir, a friend in the publishing world recommended Pam. She was the perfect match. She took a rough text through meticulous editing involving language issues, historical references, and multiple voices, shepherding my entry into the literary world with patience, wisdom, encouragement, and enthusiasm. Her attention to detail and precision led to a book of which I am truly proud.
--Joshua Rassen | From the Shtetl to America: Jacob Rassen's Lifetime Journey