Amanda provided editorial assistance with several fellowship applications. Her proofreading and editing greatly helped the readability of my work, especially to someone outside my field of study. I appreciate her strong attention to detail. I would highly recommend Amanda to anyone needing assistance polishing their work.
—Jessica T, MS

I’m extremely satisfied with the quality of work and the quick turn around time. 
—Elias G, PhD

In addition to these generous testimonials, I have worked with clients affiliated with Texas A&M University, Texas A&M Health Science Center, Kansas State University, UC Berkley, Texas Christian University, Stephen F. Austin State University, George Brown College, and High Point University. I have edited grant proposals for the NIH (e.g., R01) and NSF, in addition to many dissertations.

I have contracted with the following publishing services companies to write and edit educational materials and scientific manuscripts:

  • ACCDON
  • American Journal Experts
  • CoFactor
  • Enago

And I have edited manuscripts for the following journals with Lumina Datamantics, Inc:

  • Optics Letters
  • Applied Optics
  • Journal of the Optical Society of America A
  • Journal of the Optical Society of America B
  • Optica

Previously edited books with Apex CoVantage (Taylor and Francis):

  • The Changing Face of Imperialism
  • Law and Regulation of Mobile Payments
  • Air Quality and Livestock Production
  • China’s Architecture in a Globalizing World
  • Communicating Corporate Social Responsibility in the Digital Era
  • New Chinese Migrations
  • Understanding Central Europe
  • Mismanaging Innovation Systems
  • Ophthalmic Imaging
  • The Rise of Science in Islam and the West
  • American Civilization: An Introduction
  • Populism and the European Culture Wars: The Conflict of Values between Hungary and the EU
  • An East Asian Challenge to Western Neoliberalism: Critical Perspectives on the ‘China model’
  • Weber, Schumpeter and Modern Capitalism: Towards a General Theory
  • Studies in Corpus-Based Sociolinguistics
  • (S)electing the President: The Perils of Democracy