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Kathryn Jackson Fallon

Over Easy Editorial, LLC

Experienced writer and editor. Magazine, News Contributor, Author. Small Business expert. Medical writing.

Collaborative and Ghost Writing, Writing Coach; former Time Magazine journalist with an M.A. in Applied Linguistics from Columbia University. Member of the Authors Guild.

The majority of authors we work with find a publisher, or agent, or both. 

Kathryn worked as a journalist at TIME Magazine for more than 15 years, covering Business, Politics, Entertainment, Lifestyle, the Arts, and Fashion, and more–meeting deadlines, researching, reporting and writing on a variety of subjects for both fast breaking and longer, in-depth issue-related topics. Extensive experience interviewing for and working on stories about noted figures in business, design, fashion, politics, entertainment, lifestyle, music and other fields, from top CEOs to pop stars to future presidents of the U.S.

Kathryn has written for the Southampton Press, Fiscal Times, Independent Banker, Heavy, The List, and more. As (as KJ Fallon) is the author of two bestselling nonfiction books—one about the origins of single-serve coffee and how it disrupted the marketplace, featured in People magazine, and another book about how adopting a rescue dog can change your life for the better. KJ is the co-author of a two bestselling fiction series and has ghost written and edited many award-winning books. She is also an entrepreneur and has stellar social media connections. 

Current/Recent projects include several timely nonfiction book projects, including one written in collaboration with an esteemed medical professional and signed with a top New York agent.

Contributing Editor, Edutopia, The George Lucas Educational Foundation; Freelance Developmental Editor, Wrkfrce, a site focused on remote work; Freelance feature writer for various sites.

Additional work: Collaborative Writer and Project Manager for a memoir about living with oppression in an African country; Developmental Editor of a nonfiction book about the Second Amendment; a memoir about the work of a prison chaplain;  a memoir about working in the finance industry. Editor of  several literary historic crime novels. Co-writer, under a pen name, of a best-selling fiction series.

Editorial Associate E. Fallon, a multi-published, bestselling author under a pen name, has an MFA in Writing, and experience with financial and technical writing and computer programming. She currently works with an established independent publishing house editing manuscripts by bestselling authors, with a special interest in fiction. She is a member of The Authors Guild and the Society of Authors in the UK.

We edit with the writer’s style in mind and have an instinct for uncovering inconsistencies, continuity issues or potential legal ramifications. Plot development is one of our specialties.  Skilled at working with any style– literary, accessible literary, experimental, upmarket, commercial, advertising, creative. We work with authors and businesses to create books, press releases, web content and articles that precisely convey their message. 

Expert proficiency working with non-native speakers of English and international authors.

We are professional, considerate, imperturbable and we never miss deadlines. Please include some information about who you are and your goals for your book or other project when querying about possible work. You can reach us through our website:  https://overeasyeditorial.wordpress.com/ 

Services offered:
Developmental Editing
Substantive Editing
Editorial Letter (Manuscript Critique)

Outline Critique

Nonfiction Book Proposals

Line editing
Ghost Writing
Press Releases
Synopses
Copy Writing

Technical Writing and Editing

Copy Editing

Social Media management

Sensitivity Reading

Book Marketing Consultation

Rates, which follow EFA and Writer’s Market guidelines, upon request

“I also appreciate the many contributions made by Kathryn Jackson Fallon, the Editor’s Editor, whose careful research and thoughtful editing were invaluable. With our Rock Star Book Team—one of the finest teams I have ever been a part of—I felt like the skipper of a winning boat.”

— Dennis N.T. Perkins, author of the award-winning Into the Storm: Lessons in Teamwork from the Treacherous Sydney to Hobart Ocean Race, Harper Collins/Amacom

“Kathryn gave me valuable feedback as I was writing my memoir. Not only does she have the technical skills, but her encouragement also gave me the confidence to tell my story and believe that it is one that others want and need to hear. ”

— Tresa Chambers

“I couldn’t have found a more experienced linguist. Most experiences with editors can be heart wrenching, but Kathryn made the journey pleasant, professional and extremely efficient. I highly recommend Over Easy Editorial to anyone hoping to retain their voice within their writing.”

    — Tanya H. Van Cott, AIA
Architect, Industrial Designer, Writer. Upcoming novel, Red Wright Return

 “I could not have asked for a better editor, and really am grateful to you for your vision, your expertise, and really guiding me on this path.”
— Maili Wong, CFA, author, Smart Risk: Invest Like The Wealthy To Achieve A Work-Optional Life, Amazon bestseller

“I highly recommend Kathryn Jackson Fallon for a wide variety of editorial jobs. In spring 2011, I hired Kathryn to edit a book I was writing. Good editors are hard to come by. They need to make corrections and improve copy without losing the author’s intent. This Kathryn did with great skill. Over the years I have employed a number of editors. (I have published 23 books.) I don’t think I am exaggerating when I say that Kathryn was the best of all these people. She will deliver for any organization smart enough to hire this talented editor.”

— Sheldon Jacobs,  Author, Investing without Wall Street, published by Wiley Books

“Thanks for everything. I could never have done this without you.”

—Ronnald Lemmert, author of Refuge in Hell, nonfiction book about the author’s work as a prison chaplain

“I also want to thank my editors. . . [including] Kathryn Jackson Fallon, for finding me and presenting to me this awesome opportunity to write about the beautiful gifts of essential oils. I enjoyed this beautiful journey editing with all of you.”

—Kymberly Keniston-Pond, CIR, CFR, CCMA author of Essential Oils for Health

“I’ve worked with many editors over the years, and I have to say that Kathryn Jackson Fallon is by far the best. Kathryn is a highly skilled editor, dedicated and compassionate to clients. Kathryn has never once missed a deadline, which is something rare in this business! She is able to consistently work with me no matter which genre I am writing in. Her ability to adapt to clients’ needs is one of a kind. Kathryn is always there for clients no matter what.”

— Bestselling fiction author

“During my years at Time magazine, I and the other Senior Editors were singularly impressed with Kathryn Jackson Fallon’s intelligence, creativity and work ethic. Kathryn was responsible for researching, reporting and writing numerous Time pieces in Business, Nation, Science and the Arts, as well as widely reprinted covers and feature articles. Over the years I have recommended Kathryn to numerous colleagues and they have always been impressed.”

—Stefan Kanfer, Former Senior Editor, Time; New York Times bestselling Author and Lecturer

“I am very happy to recommend Kathryn Jackson Fallon. Kathryn edited my weekly economic reports and occasionally my economic papers. Kathryn’s editing was  accurate and with constructive suggestions for improving my reports. She is really a perfect editor especially for non-native speakers of English and busy writers. Even though I have a demanding writing schedule, Kathryn has never complained and has always edited on time and has never missed a deadline. I totally trust her professional editing ability and work attitude.”

—Dr. Yuzo Kumasaka, Chief Economist

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Years in the field: 25
Years freelancing: 20

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