Christine is an expert editor with more than a decade of experience developing and editing nonfiction books. Specializing in copyediting, proofreading, and development editing, she brings her strong eye for detail to a range of genres, from theology and spirituality to business, cooking, and education.
Christine has worked with a number of major publishing houses, including Hachette Book Group, Paulist Press, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, John Wiley & Sons, and Apollo Publishers, as well as with many independently published authors. Her previous work in the religion category includes such titles as Intentional Living by John C. Maxwell, Why Faith? by Matt Emerson, and God’s Unconditional Love: Healing Our Shame by Wilkie Au and Noreen Cannon Au.
After graduating from Connecticut College with a degree in English and attending the Columbia Publishing Course at Columbia University, Christine got her start in publishing at John Wiley & Sons, where she worked for eight years in the cookbook department before embarking on a freelance career. She has had the privilege of working with many award-winning authors and top brands over the years, and is passionate about guiding each and every client toward the best possible version of his or her work, while helping to ensure that the author’s personal voice shines through in every word.
Christine lives in Hudson Valley, New York, with her two daughters, and spends her free time volunteering in her children’s schools and her community, traveling, and getting outside to enjoy the beauty of nature as often as possible.