Lori Paximadis

Words Matter. Neatness Counts.

Your third-grade teacher was right. The quality of your presentation affects your grade — only now we’re grown up, and your readers and your customers are the ones doing the grading.

Much like your body language unconsciously reveals more than what your words themselves convey, grammar, style, and layout can affect how your words and ideas are perceived.

Put your publication in the hands of a seasoned publishing professional who knows how to improve clarity and impose consistency without losing the author’s voice, and who can wrangle the most complicated projects into shape for on-time delivery.

Thank you for doing such an amazing job copyediting my book. It can be nerve-wracking to put words out into the world, and it’s nice to have someone diligent backstopping you.

Sarah Scoles

author, Making Contact: Jill Tarter and the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence

… copy editor Lori Paximadis exhibited tremendous grace under pressure, and improved the manuscript immeasurably.

Dan Lyons

author, Disrupted: My Misadventure in the Start-Up Bubble

Curiosity killed my morning

The post below is an expansion and clarification of a post I made on my personal Facebook account yesterday. I zipped that one off in about 45 minutes, and parts of it were not as clear as they could have been and not well explained, so I thought I should take a...

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Tame your email!

Email can be a nightmare. All those messages jammed into one inbox, all clamoring for attention and action like toddlers wanting to show you their latest trick. How do you sort out the ones that truly need attention from all the rest, the ones who jammed a marble up...

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Managing multiple projects

The usual workload here at Pax Studio is anywhere from three to six projects at a time, in various stages of progress, although sometimes it's less, and sometimes it's more. How do I manage all that? Block scheduling and interweaving. One of the first things I do as...

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