book editing.

Great books need meticulous, cooperative editors.

Here are some of the arbitrary subjects I’ve become a dilettante expert in as a result of various book editing projects over the years: marketing technology, geotechnology, environmentalism, modern poetry, beer brewing, how to cook with leftovers, yoga, mindfulness, San Francisco’s civic art. 


30 Tech Tools to Get More for Your Event Budget (an Eventbrite ebook)
The Definitive Guide to Marketing Automation (a Marketo marketing project)
Got Ideas? How to Turn Your Ideas into Products People Want to Use by Justin Jones and Scott Waddell
Journey to the Cloud (a Google enterprise project, available as a website or ebook)
Provoking Greatness by Misti Burmeister

Nonfiction / Self-Help / Memoir

30 Ways to Happy by Caitlin Roberson
The ABCs of Energy by Martine Bloquiaux
Anatomy for Yoga Teachers by Karen Fabian
Birth of a Self-Care Vigilante (Tap into the Universe for Recovery, Book 1) by Ilana Kristeva
Breathe Believe Become: Live Your Best Life Now! by Mary Caroline Craig
Conversations with Modern Yogis by Zubin Shroff
The Energy of a Healthy Body by Martine Bloquiaux
Extra Love: The Art of Hands-on Assists by Jill Abelson 
The Field Guide to Pregnancy: Navigating New Territory with Research, Recipes & Remedies by Caylie See, Lac
The Ghost of Communism by Lou Lesko
Kitchen Wizard Flexipes by Mari Suzuki 
The Lagunitas Story by Tony Magee 
Later Is Too Late by Susan Covell Alpert
The Money Anxiety Cure by Koorosh Ostowari
The Record Store of the Mind by Josh Rosenthal
Structure and Spirit by Karen Fabian
The Sustainable World Coalition’s Learning & Engagement Guide
Your Fashion Start Up Guide: for Fashion, Image and Style Professionals by Gillian Armour


The Curse and the Cup by Gaurav Bhalla


I also wrote

San Francisco, a Photographic Portrait

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quote markWorking with Joslyn McIntyre is like working with someone who’s known me all my life-—and somehow knows what that needs to look like in story format. Joslyn took my book’s individual stories and created a gripping, continuous plot line, even though most of them had been written independent of the others. She’s dependable, personable, and inexhaustibly creative. 
— Caitlin Roberson, Author

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quote markYou did a really great job of articulating what I was feeling.
— Justin Jones, indie author, integrated marketing strategist and product developer

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quote markI love that you think for me.  So great not to always be the one with responsibilities for everything.  What you’re accomplishing on all ends of the spectrum is really rewarding, productive, awe inspiring and loving.
 — Susan Alpert, author, Later Is Too Late: Hard Conversations That Can’t Wait

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quote markJoslyn McIntyre has done an incredible job editing my book on the topic of spirituality and business. It has been quite an undertaking, and not an easy subject to edit, but she has been able to pay attention to details, deliver exactly what she promises both in terms of content and timing, and she is a good communicator.
— Koorosh Ostowari, mindfulness coach and author of
The Money Anxiety Cure, San Francisco

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quote markJoslyn’s editing skills are amazing. She read my first book and hit me back with 8 pieces of advice that changed everything for me. Her edits and suggestions are incredibly insightful and she basically just understands how the universe works. I would send my work to her for honest and beneficial feedback before anyone else.
— Kirk Hensler, author, San Diego