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BangAs editors and writers, we've worked for some of the biggest and best in publishing. You won't know our names, because – let's face it – editing isn't a job where you get your name in lights. In fact, we often don't claim visible credit at all, because our job is to make you or your authors look good.

Our aim is to be invisible. And to make your writing read so smoothly that your audience won't stop to think about the writing, because they're so busy enjoying the read.

But here's a few details on some of our key people.

Sarah Tomley

Sarah Tomley...

...originally studied philosophy at uni, then worked in publishing for more than 20 years before retraining in counselling and psychotherapy. Her latest book, What Would Freud Do? is to be published in June 2017. Sarah is also co-author of The Children's Book of Philosophy (DK; coauthored with Marcus Weeks) and The Sociology Book (DK; coauthored with Chris Yuill, Christopher Thorpe and Megan Todd).
Stephanie Zia

Stephanie Zia...

...is a writer and journalist who originally trained and worked as a researcher and documentary producer for the BBC. Author of several novels and non-fiction books, Stephanie also contributes to The Guardian newspaper on a regular basis. Her how-to ebooks are popular bestsellers on amazon's ebook charts, and she also runs Blackbird Digital Books, an ebook publisher of quality fiction and non-fiction.
alice bowden

Alice Bowden...

...has worked for many years in book publishing, working on both fiction and non-fiction illustrated books. Originally trained as an editor at Quarto plc, the UK's largest and most successful book packaging group, she honed her skills at Octopus Books, working on a diverse range of subjects, including cookery, craft, gardening and sport. Since then she has worked as a copywriter for Webboutiques and copyeditor for Big Idea Global, an advertising and communications agency, where she worked on projects for clients such as Nestlé and Sanofi. Since joining EditorsOnline, she has worked on a diverse range of subjects for clients such as Dorling Kindersley and Quercus Publishing, as well as independent authors.
Barry Page

Barry Page...

...is a vastly experienced academic editor, having worked for more than 20 years in educational publishing. Familiar with all aspects of the publishing process, his skills as a commissioning, development and project editor have been used by Cambridge University Press, Heinemann Educational, Collins Education, Nelson Thornes and the Council of Europe.
   
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