Wordsmith– I also write books

Co-author daughter Janice and I will be forever grateful for the diligent attention editor Stephanie Parent paid to our book, GOLD STANDARD OF THIN.  Not only did Stephanie Parent improve grammar and standardization of words and abbreviations  in the cooking and health care industry, but made suggestions for clarity, visual structure, tone, and deep intellect– the kind of editing that falls into the substantial realm.  This kind of thoughtfulness is known to awaken editors in the middle of the night!

Now that the editing process is complete, the book will be under review by Sugar and Spice publisher Kelly Ann King.  Thank you for accepting our manuscript at S&SP.

Fellow writer Jordyn Tracey, a well-known author within the interracial romance genre (and artistic as well!) designed our beautiful cover.

GOLD STANDARD OF THIN is full of secrets to weight loss success. )ur bodies became our science experiments as we lost weight. Janice and I wanted to share our seven secrets, tucked away in a little gold suitcase, imaginary of course. Like us, every reader can wave goodbye to their excess baggage. In addition to fail-proof insights, other chapter headings are: Eating for Radiant Health, Nutritional Gems, Recipes from High-energy Nutrients, Exercise for a Body with Sparkling Spirit, Nuggets for Your Inner Self, and Making your World Golden.


6 thoughts on “Wordsmith– I also write books

  1. Mary Alice Tallmadge

    Quinoa is a seed actually but tastes rice-like. I talked with someone who went to Peru, and she and her husband discovered it.

  2. Kathleen Rowland

    Yes, the Greenwalds! For centuries quinoa has been above it all–and it still is. Grown at 10,000 to 20,000 feet above sea level, quinoa, pronounced keen-wah, brought sustenance to the altiplano Indians and allowed them to thrive in the harsh living conditions that prevail at such altitudes. To these Indian natives of the Andes Mountains in Peru and Bolivia, quinoa seeds have been more valuable than gold.

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