Kamdon has a wide-ranging portfolio of art and design projects. After graduating with an BFA in graphic design and painting, she went on to create logos, design coloring books, illustrate, flip houses, work with interior designers on assorted projects, and was the on set artist for “Mom and ME” on HGTV. That’s when Kamdon realized that creating was her greatest passion.
Through art, books, and designs, she utilizes her love and talent for taking the mere essence of an idea and translating that into living, breathing, splashes of vivid, whimsical tales for everyone to enjoy!
Kamdon lives in the bustling mountain town of Bend, Oregon. Her home, she lovingly calls, "The Ranch," is shared with her two children, four dogs, and five chickens. When Kamdon is not designing on location or illustrating in my studio, you will still likely find her covered in paint--or fabric swatches, or cake icing, as her desire to create is an ongoing, daily matter of importance! (Tidiness, however, is not.)
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Mary O'Neill is a freelance illustrator and uses the digital art medium, as well as traditional mediums such as oil and acrylic painting, charcoal, pencil, among others.
In her spare time she is an avid reader of fantasy novels and dotes on her dog Neo.
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Address: 690 Rosedown Way, Lawrenceville GA, 30043
Works by Mary O'Neill
Bernice and Harriet - The Busy Honey Bees
Come along with Bernice and Harriet as they introduce you to their lives and to the marvelous process of collecting nectar and changing it into honey. Meet the family of beekeepers who work with Bernice and Harriet and learn how, together with the bees, this family harvests the honey and brings that incredible sweetness to our tables. Experience the wonder of this insect that plays such a vital role in supplying the fruits, nuts, and vegetables we have come to count on. Support the beekeepers located in the United States, by buying their products, and teaching our children the importance of the honey bee.
As a writer herself, Madison brings a unique perspective to the editing process and understands the importance of maintaining an author’s voice and style while making improvements that will help the work-in-progress stand out and be its best. Through her business The Inkwell Edit, she offers various levels of edits aimed at aiding fellow writers on their journeys to publication, whether they choose to go the traditional, indie, or self-publishing route.
Within her creative pursuits, Madison’s love of fantasy and historical fiction has led her to write primarily fantasy-inspired novels, with an adult fantasy novel and a Middle Grade historical fiction novel with fantasy elements both underway. She also expresses her love of writing and reading through her literary site House of Cadmus.
Proofreading: Proofreading is the final step that ensures the quality of your work before it goes out to readers. It's a surface level edit that corrects spelling, punctuation, grammar, formatting, and word use. Proofreading sharpens your writing and ensures you're delivering the reading experience you want to bring to your audience. No project is complete without it.
Copyediting: Copyediting is a deeper look at your writing. In addition to proofread corrections, a copyedit will look at more technical issues while creating a style guide specific to you, verifying basic facts, ensuring any design elements or graphics are consistent and formatted correctly, and flagging inconsistencies and trademark or copyright issues that could arise. All copyedit corrections are made while maintaining your unique style and voice within your writing.
Line Editing: Line editing is an even deeper dive into perfecting your manuscript that focuses on elevating your writing. Where proofreading and copyediting address technical aspects of writing, line editing is a more stylistic edit that addresses the impact and reading experience of your writing by editing for tone, style, clarity, impact, and flow. Line by line, your writing will be enhanced and strengthened, always preserving your style and voice.
Visit her website: cadmuseditorial.com
Schedule a call: https://calendly.com/cadmuseditorial/consultation-call
"Madison at the The Inkwell Edit [now Cadmus Editing] did a fabulous job on a blog edit for me. Reasonable price. Professional company. FYI: A signed contract is required for a little project or a whole manuscripts. I recommend."
M.K. Editing Team is here to provide you with everything from full edits to simple proofreading. We will work diligently to make sure that your manuscript is error free and reads like a best seller. With 16 years experience teaching grammar and English, our head editor will give her personal time and attention to every aspect of your document until you are fully satisfied.
We offer advice and support specific to the indie author community as well as comprehensive beta reading at minimal to no cost.
Mari Ann Stefanelli, Founder
The Writer’s High, LLC
Mari Ann Stefanelli has been a professional independent editor since 2014 and is the founder and executive director of The Writer’s High®, LLC, which provides uplifting and inspiring editing, coaching, and ghostwriting services for authors. Mari Ann specializes in developmental editing of memoir, narrative nonfiction, and selected genre fiction.
In 2015, she launched The Writer’s High Retreat®, an annual weekend writing retreat dedicated to nurturing writers in a bucolic setting. The event has featured literary luminaries, including the New York Times bestselling authors Winston Groom, Cassandra King, Patti Callahan Henry, and Joshilyn Jackson. Mari Ann’s writing and events have been featured in Deep South, Writers in the Storm, and Boom. She’s currently working on a writing-related anthology.
Mari Ann’s background is in public relations, and she has more than a decade of experience in the field. She’s worked for a national nonprofit, entrepreneurs, a politician, and a well-known New York agency. Her PR experience augments her editing, as she’s always looking for opportunities to help her clients’ manuscripts stand out in today’s crowded marketplace.
In addition to her work with clients, Mari Ann is an active member of the Editorial Freelancers Association (EFA) and committed to increasing professionalism and transparency in the editing industry. In 2018, she co-launched the Georgia chapter of the EFA and continues to serve as a co-coordinator. In this volunteer effort, her primary roles are securing professional development training for members and coordinating community outreach programs that enhance the public’s understanding and access to editors and editing services.
Jim Wall Coaching offers life coaching to encourage creativity.
How can growth-oriented coaching help you?
Here are some possibilities:
• discern and develop your unique God-given calling
• identify and implement the values that are important to you
• center yourself around the things that energize you
• address things that may be holding you back
• set and accomplish goals you deem best
• increase your creativity level and artistic output
• effectively lead creatives
In addition to coaching, I interview creatives and welcome the opportunity to feature you and your work! There’s no cost to be a featured artist at Jim Wall Coaching.
Contact me to learn more, or let’s get to know each other through a free introductory session.
Trinity Press specializes in assisting self-publishers print their paperback books. We are passionate about saving people from the high cost of publishers who we feel take an unfair cut from the author's profit on the book. Our approach is to un-bundle our services so you only pay for what you need. We try to be easy to work with supporting you with any service you would like. We have all of the modern equipment to design, layout, proof, print, and bind your books in house. Although we do not have a minimum it typically makes sense to do a run of at least 50 books to reduce your per book price. Quoting is as simple as you providing us the size of the book and the page count and quantities you desire to have quoted.
If you like we can provide ISBN numbers and bar codes or show you how to get your own if you prefer. Our pre-press staff can assist with layout and proper spine width cover design issues as well as work with your art to insure it prints correctly. If you like we offer full service design and layout of your book too. If you need an editor, we have sources for that as well.
As a full service commercial printer we also offer other services that authors frequently like such as a retractable banner for $139 with a lifetime guarantee. These are great if you plan to do book signings and want a 33”x80” large graphic that helps draw attention for you. We also offer custom printed table cloths in either 6 or 8 feet length. We print bookmarks plain or laminated, postcards, business cards, or any other promotional type print you may need.
If your book is such that it may ship out in bulk to various locations you may want to discuss possible fulfillment services we offer as well. At our website trinitypress.com you may upload your book and request estimates.
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