Kimberly Caldwell is a developmental and copy editor who has edited hundreds of novels and other works for authors; publishers; and a large, print-on-demand, self-publishing platform.
She earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism and business at Lehigh University and began her career at the New Haven Register, where she worked as a reporter, feature writer, and editor. Her work has appeared in Business New Haven, Yale-New Haven’s HealthLINK, Inside 1 to 1, Insight Media technology publications, and the Rodale Press’s For the People: 1,608 Ways to Get Your Share of the Little-known Bargains the Government Offers. For eight years, she co-owned and managed a successful fine-dining restaurant in Northford, Conn. Kim dabbles in flash fiction and is working on her first novel.
Kimberly teaches NaNoWriMo Boot Camp.