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Melissa Wuske, Book Reviewer

Melissa Wuske (MelissaAnneWuske.com) has been a freelance editor since 2011. Prior to that she was an editor at Writer’s Digest Books. She specializes in holistic edits of nonfiction trade books, including how to, self-help, reference, and memoir titles. She partners with independent authors to make sure their books convey their expertise to their desired audience. Her favorite authors include Jhumpa Lahiri, Marilynne Robinson, Elena Ferrante, Wallace Stegner, and John Steinbeck.

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Releasing Pain

by Melissa Wuske

Penned by a physical therapist, the book is encouraging, approachable, thorough, and determined, balancing the comprehensive nature of its system with step-by-step instructions. Nancy Griggs’s "Releasing Pain" is an approachable yet... Read More

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Growing up Chinese

by Melissa Wuske

Stephen Ling’s personal story captures a man who has always been true to himself and guided by his own ethic. Stephen Ling’s immigration memoir Growing Up Chinese moves from his early poverty in Malaya (now Malaysia) to his life the... Read More

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The Infallible Way

by Melissa Wuske

With conviction and credibility, "The Infallible Way" is a self-help work that asserts that joy, peace and abundance are possible for all. Lawyer Julie Gaige’s self-help work The Infallible Way: Guide for Transforming Fear to Love... Read More

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Thinking Just Hurts the Team

by Melissa Wuske

"Thinking Just Hurts the Team" offers a place of peace in the harried pace of professional life to bolster, rather than hamper, success. Thinking Just Hurts the Team: Find Happiness and Ignite Your Full Potential by Taking the Principles... Read More

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