Recent Books Edited

Edited books used American spellings and style unless otherwise indicated.

Adirondack Editing’s professionals have, collectively, edited 300+ books and materials. This is just a small sample of recent titles. For a full chronological project list, click here. For a list of edited books available on, click here.



Deadly Family by Elke Feuer, July 2018, Adult novel—Suspense, 80.5k words

Second Chances by Gene Hilgreen, March–June 2018, Adult novel—Suspense, 58k words

Dina by Ilan Arad, November 2017, Adult novel—Women’s Fiction, Suspense, 60k words, publisher editorial management

A Burning Mountain Falls by Richard James, October–December 2017, Adult novel—Action/Adventure/Thriller, 92.5k words

California Triangle (International Espionage Book 3) by Uzi Eilam, September–October 2017, Adult novel—Spy Suspense/Thriller, 75.5k words, publisher editorial management



Careers Making a Difference by Mason Crest / National Highlights, June 2018 to Present, Non-Fiction—Career Education/High School, 104k words (copyediting)

• Helping Victims, June 2018
• Helping Seniors, July 2018
• Helping Animals, August 2018
• Helping Those in Poverty, September 2018
• Helping Those with Addiction, October 2018
• Helping Those with Mental Illness, October 2018
• Helping Children, November 2018
• Helping to Protect the Environment
• Helping Those with Disabilities

Introduction to Food Science Series Workbooks by Dale Cox, November 2018 to Present, Non-fiction—Educational, Science, 50k words, Full Package Edit

• 01 Introduction, November 2018

• 02 Water, November 2018

Asian Countries Today by Mason Crest / National Highlights, October 2018 to Present, Non-Fiction—Education, Current Events/High School, 117k words (copyediting)

• Japan, October 2018

• China, November 2018
• Malaysia, November 2018

Careers with Earning Potential by Mason Crest / National Highlights, November 2018 to Present, Non-Fiction—Career Education/High School, 109.5k words (content and layout proofing), editorial management

• Car Mechanics, November 2018

Cool Careers in Science by Mason Crest / National Highlights, August 2018 to Present, Non-Fiction—Career Education/High School, 140k words (content and layout proofing)

• Drone Pilots, August 2018
• Renewable Energy Workers, September 2018
• Professional Hackers, October 2018
• Forensic Scientists, November 2018
• Alternative Reality Developers
• Artificial Intelligence Scientists
• Computer Game & App Developers
• Driverless Vehicle Developers
• Entertainment Engineers
• Robotics Developers


Children’s Books

Adirondack Mouse and the Perilous Journey (2nd edition) by Irene Uttendorfsky, June 2018, Children’s Fiction—Early Reader Chapter Book (also formatted)

Sevi’s Stories/The Magic Glasses by Pedro & Tiana Chavez, October 2017, Children’s Picture Book, 1k words

Miss Perfect and Tiny Tail by Rachel Schlessinger, July 2017, Children’s Chapter Book, 12k words

Flip and Pate’s Magical Potion Adventure by Lori Rousche Zimmerman, February–October 2017, Children’s Chapter Book, 13.5k words, editorial management (developmental editing)

Bowie Finds a Doll, The Little Puppy, A Thin Thread of Love, Cleo’s Ears, What’s So Scary by Yael Roseman, February 2017, Children’s Books, 5.5k words, publisher editorial management


Science Fiction/Fantasy

Ark of the Gods by Andrew Connell, September–October 2018, YA Science Fiction/Fantasy, 110k words

Welcome to the Universe: Or, How I Learned to Appreciate the Significance of a Thorough DeFlocking by Martin Tabat, November–December 2017, Adult novel—Humorous Science Fiction, 64k words, editorial management

What They Didn’t Know by Adir Elihav Golan, August 2017, YA Fantasy, 39.5k words, publisher editorial management

Journey to Water’s Heart (Working title was: Journey to the Heart of Water) by Lea Ben Shlomo, August–September 2017, Adult novel—Fantasy, 148k words, publisher editorial management

Our Start-Up by Dov Reichman, May 2017, YA/MG Science Fiction Romance, 29.5k words, publisher editorial management


Women’s Fiction/Romance/Historical

The Homecoming of Bubbles O’Leary by Jean Grainger, October–November 2018, Adult novel—Irish Historical/Literary, 95.5k words, editorial management

Persuading Lola by Elke Feuer, July 2018, Adult novel—Romantic Suspense, 36.5k words, editorial management

Casanova Cowboy by Jo Ann Bender, November 2017, Adult novel—Western Romance, 56k words, editorial management

Waiting for a Miracle by Helen Livnat, August 2017, Adult novel—Fictionalized History, Holocaust, 116k words, publisher editorial management

The Transparent Woman by Y.I. Latz, May 2017, Adult novel—Women’s Fiction, Suspense/Intrigue, 85k words, publisher editorial management



Depends on How You Tell It by Dorit Silverman, June 2018, Adult novel—Contemporary, 68k words

God’s Sandbox by Dorit Silverman, March 2018, Adult novel—Contemporary, 43k words

Withering Leaves by Shmuel Cohen, October–December 2017, Adult novel—Literary fiction, 91k words, publisher editorial management

Belarock by Joel M. Herrling, May 2017, Adult novella—Generational Farm, 34k words

Ogg in Manhattan by Shahaf Shaked, February 2017, Adult novel—Contemporary Fantasy, 43k words, publisher editorial management


Stand-Alone MS Evaluations

Second Chances by Gene Hilgreen, July 2017, Adult novel—Suspense, Manuscript evaluation, 13k words

Off the Rails: One Family’s Journey to the Wilderness and Back by Susan Burrowes, May 2017, Creative Non-Fiction (Memoir) proposal evaluated, 5k words

Scarlett 2.0 by Helen Powers, August 2016, Adult novel—Mystery Thriller, Manuscript evaluation, 62k words

Just the Way You Are: You’re Amazing and I’ll Prove It! (Working title was: Who’s Better? – Healing the Hate One Young Person at a Time) by Neal G. Brownell, July 2016, YA Educational, Manuscript evaluation, 21k words

Offbeat Yoga by E. Christine Haynes, January 2016, Non-Fiction—Self-Help Memoir, Manuscript evaluation, 71k words


Miscellaneous Material Edited

6 Strategies to Create a Sustainable Writing Routine by Elke Feuer, September 2018, Non-fiction—Self-Help, Writing booklet, 8k words

Just the Way You Are—You’re Amazing and I’ll Prove It! (Working title was: Who’s Better?—Healing the Hate One Young Person at a Time) by Neal Brownell, June 2018, Non-Fiction—Marketing Materials, 900 words

Proposal Routledge by Guadalupe López-Íñiguez, April 2018, Non-Fiction—Academic Funding Proposal, 3k words

Kaddish to My Parents and Other Poems by Ruth Netzer, July 2017, Non-Fiction—Poetry, 4.5k words

Jumpstart Your Writing Routine by Elke Feuer, May 2017, Non-Fiction—Writing Self-Help, 3k words

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