“If you do what you love, you’ll never work a day in your life.” – Luckiest Person Ever
Pete writes highbrow political/military thrillers when he’s not diving into a new editing project.
I served from 2002-2007 as a forward observer in the US Army and knocked out two tours in Iraq. After the military, I earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration and got lost working in Germany. I cut my editing teeth performing English to German technical translations, a grueling and extensive process that makes copy-editing seem like a relaxing hobby.
Since 2013, I’ve focused my editing work on bringing new military veteran writers to the market. Today though, I’m hanging out the shingle and offering my copy editing and book formatting services to all clients. As a freelancer, word of mouth recommendations are what puts food on the table. That’s why I guarantee 100% satisfaction with my services, as well as a full refund if I fail to meet a deadline.
Though I was born and raised on the banks of the Suwannee River in Florida, I currently live with my wife and sons in Germany.
If you have any questions, suggestions, complaints or threats, I’d love to hear from you.
2 responses to “Bio”
I just wanted to say THANK YOU! for this site and for taking time to celebrate the hard work of our active and retired military. I came across the site on Indie Book Review and was going to submit my work, it doesn’t qualify, so I won’t waste your time there, but really wanted to send a shout out. Although I’m not a vet, I am a volunteer at the San Francisco VA and love working with the clients there.
As a side note: my last novel has a bit of a military spin to it, if you’re interested. You can check it out at http://margaretmillmore.com/books/the_dragonfly_door
I’ll be tweeting, etc. your site, its really fantastic (PS: I loved Patriarch Run, read/reviewed a few months back)
I just came across your site and am looking forward to reading your books. I am a retired disabled U.S. Army veteran. I am currently reading
Power Games: Operation Enduring Unity 1
I really enjoy it so far and look forward to more. Thanks for writing such an enjoyable book and also honoring all of the veterans out there.