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Contact information:

For Publishers and Producers:

I am represented by Mel Berger, Senior Vice President of William Morris Endeavor in the Literary division. Main phone number is 212-586-5100. Mailing address is 11 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10010.

Manuscript and Publishing Consultations:

Need help with your book? Perhaps what your work-in-progress needs is the insight and skill of a New York Times bestselling author.

 

If you are looking for an editor with vision and insider knowledge who is an author in her own right, and has published books in multiple genres, look no further. 

 

I love editing. I love brainstorming. I can help you on your writing journey, regardless of where you are in the process. If you're a beginner who's struggling, I can point you in the right direction. Even if you think your manuscript is polished, let me help you bring it to the next level, and then advise you on your next steps.  

 

Contact me by email using the link on this page and let's get to work.

To Schedule In-Person Visits, Virtual Presentations, Book Clubs, Lectures, Panels:

Please contact Kathleen Nishimoto at WME /IMG Speakers, the speakers bureau of William Morris Endeavor and International Management Group. Kathleen may be reached at 212-903-1376, or use the quick link on this page.

For Media Interviews:

Contact Mel Berger's office, William Morris Endeavor (address and phone above), or send an email to Amy at the link on this page.

Are you looking for Reading Guides?

Reading guides are posted on this website for Having Our Say, In a World Gone Mad, "Strong Medicine" Speaks, Miss Dreamsville and the Collier County Women's Literary Society and Miss Dreamsville and the Lost Heiress of Collier County. Simply go to the main menu and click "Books." Then click the title of the book in which you are interested. Scroll down for the guide, posted in full for your convenience. Permission is not necessary if you are a teacher, librarian, or book club leader.