I have been a deli hand, a legal clerk, a credit union clerk, an accountant, a tax preparation worker and then, in my mid-forties, I finally saw the light and, after studying for my Diploma in Editing and Proofreading, jumped from accounting to editing, from numbers to words, and have never been happier. I now not only edit and proofread, but I also help other Australians to self publish their books. And, from time to time, I even get to publish my own. Bonus!
I belong to the first cohort of Australian editors to pass the IPEd Accreditation Exam (2008), and over the past few years have focused on developing MoshPit Publishing, narratorINTERNATIONAL, IndieMosh and One Thousand Words Plus to provide publishing and marketing opportunities for Australian and international established and emerging writers.
Technology, painting, family, family history, travel and walking along the beach (I live in the mountains, so the beach is special!) are what I live for. But I work because I enjoy seeing books come to life - either in print or as ebooks. If it means someone is reading, then it's a good day.
I occasionally update my opinionated blog, which can be found at http://www.jmoshereditor.com/
Where to find Jennifer Mosher online
Where to buy in print
Self Publishing for Australian Authors: What You Need to Have, Know and Do
by Jennifer Mosher
Are you an Australian? Are you writing a book? How are you going to publish?
This book summarises editor and IndieMosh founder Jennifer Mosher's learnings over six years and explores the many things you need to consider if you wish to venture down the self publishing path in Australia. Find out about ISBNs, print on demand, ebooks, formatting, editing, royalties and more.
Simple Rules for Effective Business Communication
by Jennifer Mosher
A short, straightforward guide to effective business communication. What to consider, what to avoid, in 10 easy-to-follow steps.
Written by Jennifer Mosher, IPEd (Australian Institute of Professional Editors) Accredited Editor, this little guide will open your eyes to the many ways we communicate and how useful or dangerous they can be to a business.
Updated October 2014.
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