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On-screen editing, on-screen proofreading, copy-editing, proofreading, rewriting, writing, copywriting, interviewing, shorthand, blogging, sub-editing
Books, magazines, websites, multi-author books, newsletters, online materials, distance-learning materials, newspapers, e-learning, e-books
Qualifications and awards
Freelance since 2009; sub-editor, Courier Media Group, 1998–2001, 2008–09; healthcare journalist, Wellards Academy, 2004–07; sub-editor, The English Garden, 2001–04
Copy-editing Mentoring (SfEP) 2016, Fiction Development Day (SfEP) 2016, Copy-editing 2: Progress (SfEP) 2016, Copy-editing by distance learning (Publishing Training Centre) 2015
Bloodhound Books, civil service, Eonic, independent authors
Crafts (embroidery, needlecraft, sewing), education (e-learning), fiction (adult, science fiction/fantasy/horror), food and drink (cookery), gardening/horticulture, history (ancient Greek, ancient Roman), language (writing skills), media studies (electronic/online, web editing/writing, blogging, newspapers), philosophy (ancient), literature (classical Greek, Latin), personal development (pregnancy and childbirth), sciences (popular), sports (walking), medicine (National Health Service)
I am an editor and writer with 16 years of experience in a variety of settings including book publishing, websites, e-learning and consumer and B2B media. I am available for short-term projects calling for a diligent and creative wordsmith with technical skills and a passion for high quality pages. I am a keen reader and writer of crime, speculative fiction and fantasy and I kept a daily blog for ten years.
Clare Law has been Bloodhound Books’ go-to editor for some time. She represents everything we could ask for from a freelance editor; her work is consistently excellent, she’s extremely reliable and a pleasure to work with. Her keen eye for detail, her obvious enthusiasm and her communicative approach sets her apart from the rest. I would not hesitate to recommend Clare Law for any copy-editing assignments.
Fred Freeman, founder of Bloodhound Books
I hope I can have you as my editor for my next book, too.
B.A. Steadman, author of Death and the Good Son