So apart from my mother, who else has looked at my words?


Other writing:


And then there's my 'day job' as Clark Kent in the world of technical writing and instructional design:

  • Training Needs Analysis Reports
  • Training Management Plans
  • Course Outlines
  • Operator Manuals
  • Maintenance Manuals
  • Standard Operating Procedures
  • Manufacturing Process Instructions
  • Illustrated Parts Lists
  • Fact sheets
  • Compiled HTML help
  • Business analysis and business case reports
  • eLearning storyboards and reviews


And who has breathed a sigh of relief after I fixed embarrassing and dodgy spelling errors:

  • Multinational engineering firm who needed contract deliverables given the final editing polish, via Cognesis Contractors
  • Copyediting of Issues 7 and 8 of Konekt's Customer Konektions newsletters
  • The Mental Health Foundation ACT for Annual Reports published in 2008 and 2009 to do copyediting
  • Montagu Community Living in Tasmania for Annual Reports published in 2013 and 2014 to do copyediting
  • RPDE for annual reports and newsletters as the managing editor
  • Overworked and frazzled post-grad students for thesis copyediting