Deanna Brady at GLAWSDeanna Brady is a highly versatile freelance writer and editor with more than two decades of experience. She ghostwrites, rewrites, and edits novels, literary and genre fiction, creative nonfiction, biographies, scripts, self-help and how-to books, articles, essays, proposals, cover and query letters, business communications, and Web content. In addition to writing several children’s textbooks, she has been an award-winning author of short fiction and poetry. She taught in the Continuing Education department at California State University for a dozen years. She also has an extensive background in the film and television industry and is a voting member of Film Independent and SAG.

Known as an “editor’s editor,” she is adept with ESL, dialects, and translated text. In addition to fantasy, science fiction, romance, historical, literary, and young adult fiction, as well as narrative nonfiction, she specializes in projects concerning spirituality, ecology, Native American Indian and other indigenous cultures, psychology, and complementary medicine. For ten years she was editor of an internationally published inspirational magazine. She has volunteered her services on behalf of several charitable organizations, and her grant proposals have garnered nearly half a million dollars for nonprofit groups.

Ms. Brady works with a broad spectrum of clients, from individuals to major corporations, in widely varied fields. She has written and edited nearly every type of literature, including advertising and marketing copy, prospectuses, and training materials for such diverse clients as IBM, AT&T, Omnicom Group Worldwide, George Marciano/Guess, Learning Tree International, Crabtree Publishing Company, Canon Communications, and the RAND Corporation.

Writer, editor, ghostwriter, book doctor, script doctor

  • Copywriter: marketing, advertising, Web sites
  • Topics: business, health, medical, technical, legal, and science editor
  • Submission services: book proposals and query letters
  • Fiction and nonfiction categories include: fantasy/speculative fiction, historical, romance, adventure, young adult and children’s literature, creative nonfiction, memoir/biography, self-help, how-to, indigenous cultures, psychology, spirituality, complementary/alternative and allopathic medicine, fitness and health, entertainment, fashion, ecology, and political/social issues.

Download her notes: The Rewrite | Refining Your Vision

Email:  Office:(310) 826-2770

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