Jenny works primarily with self-publishing authors to provide a variety
of editing and associated services that take manuscripts from woe to go!
She can work on your manuscript at any stage
and provide one or more types of edit, depending on your
needs and your experience as a writer.
Jenny deals with both fiction and non-fiction.
“The Priesthood of Science" by
William Leiss, May 2008. The Herasaga #2. Paperback,
In the second of this utopian fiction series, Hera
and her sisters are sealed off from the rest of the
world in their private enclave at Yucca Mountain in
southern Nevada. In a series of dialogues, Hera and Gaia debate the changing
relationship between science and society, and the issue of nihilism in religion and science
that threatens to ruin Hera’s new
beginning for human society.
“Hera, or Empathy” by William Leiss, February 2006.
The Herasaga #1. Paperback, ISBN: 0973828307.
In the first of this utopian fiction series, Hera is one of
twelve sisters genetically modified by their
neuroscientist parents to have superior mental
faculties. After challenging her father’s right to have engineered his
children, Hera discovers that the sisters’ genes
contain modifications their parents didn't intend.
Mile Road” by Steve Locke, June 2007.
Softcover, ISBN: 978-0-9782852-0-4
As modern-day society gets more complicated the more no one tries to understand
it, Rob eventually returns to
the road he started out on with a sense of who he is,
and the man he will become.
News! Kids Opinions Count” by MAKS, March 2004.
Young adult softcover, ISBN: 0973249285.
novels in one volume: Diamond in the Ruff, Playing with
Fire, and Stupid Cupid. Share the adventures of Kim and Scott Campbell and their friends as they discover that every action has a reaction.
“Tucker’s Tips” by Tyler White, 2012. Paperback, ISBN: 9780987807700.
Tips on living with people, from one dog to another.
“Winnie the Bear” by M.A. Appleby, 2011. Hard cover, ISBN: 9780987821201.
A moving biography of the life of Winnie the bear, from her adoption in 1914 by Lieutenant Harry Colebourn, to her inspirational role in the creation of one of the most-loved characters in literature. This book won a Gold Medal for Canadian West Non-Fiction in the 2012 Independent Book Publishers Awards.
Can Have Fun on a School Night” by Dan Rosin, March
clients taught me
and other stuff
while they were in
therapy with me!" by
Dan Rosin, December
book to “I can have
fun on a school
night!” is about
real people with
real problems, and offers options for
Trade paperback, ISBN: 0973004908.
Discover, perceive and see
the world differently, and strike the balance
in life that everyone else is seeking
Pilgrim: Wilhelm H.
Falk" by Mary
of Wilhelm H.
Falk, a father,
and farmer who was the founder and
first bishop of
Ice: In Pursuit of a
League" by Bud
The true story
of a remarkable
as “the most
popular game in
Values Many Voices – The Who, What,
Where, When Process for Church Building
Projects” by Michael Boreskie, 2007.
Two binders, CD and DVD.
A complete and comprehensive guide through every step and process involved in church building projects.
Manitoba: All You Need is a Little Space” by
Manitoba Naturalists Society, November 2006 (as contributing
Paperback, ISBN: 0969728026.
Discover how to create a nature-friendly
space in your yard or garden.
Live There Once: A Memoir” by Rita Baxter, October
Trade paperback, ISBN: 1550991442.
book that weaves a passionate account of a life celebrating
courage and unstinting love.
a Matter of Time” by Karen Emilson, September
Paperback, ISBN: 0968124224.
A frank and honest portrayal of the lives and operations of cattle men and women during the mad cow crisis of 2003, and their steadfast belief in the beef industry in Canada.
Made Easy: The Winnipegger’s Guide to Downsizing”
by Penni-Rae Ozuk, 2003. Spiral bound, ISBN: 0973349808.
step-by-step guide that walks you through your downsizing
and moving journey one step at a time.
Challenges: A Man for Others” by Joseph Stangl,
(as format editor/layout). Hardcover, ISBN: 0973066105.
A personal story about making the most of life's challenges.
Chose Canada” by Serge Radchuk, April 2001.
Hardcover, ISBN: 0968829600.
One man's journey from
humble beginnings to The Order of
College Diploma in Book Editing with Distinction
- editor of
scientific publications, The Australian Museum
writer, researcher, Intergroup Consultants, Winnipeg
quarterly newsletter for Manitoba Recreational Canoeing Association
New Visions Mosaic, magazine of the Teen
Newcomers Club (2 years)
The Bulletin, newsletter published 10 times
a year for the Manitoba Naturalists Society (7 years)
- editor, The Southern Yarn, monthly newsletter for the Down Under Club of Winnipeg (17 years)
“Not only were you interested in the project as an
editor, but to my delight the story captured your
imagination and it became a truly collaborative
effort to produce a well-honed book.” Mary Neufeld
you to Jenny Gates for your gifts and guidance in
editing this hodge podge.” Dan Rosin
and keen promoter, with thanks for brilliant editing.”
so glad my stories got us together and so thankful you helped
turn them into this book! To a terrific story editor. Give
’em H E double hockey sticks!” MAKS