In addition to my work as a co-writer of The Shepherd graphic novel series, I have a pretty substantial track record as an editor. 

I am available as a freelance editor. Feel free to email me at, and we can set up a Zoom call to discuss your project.

Here is why you should consider hiring me...


My educational background includes a B.A. in Journalism, an M.A. in Bibical Studies, and a Ph.D. with a specialization in Greco-Roman religious and philosophical literature from Marquette University. I taught ancient Christian literature of the first through fourth centuries for twleve and a half years at the university level, seven and a half of that at the graduate school level (my preferred experience).

Here is a VERY concise summary of both my writing and editorial background:


  • Published author of eight books (NONE self-published); including two scholarly monographs, an educational game, and five novels (with two more in production)
  • Published numerous articles — both scholarly and popular
  • Writer/ Presenter in three published audio courses


  • Since 2020, I have served as the editorial director for Scout Comics, supervising a team of four editors and personally editing more than 170 titles! See:

  • I edited every book depicted on the above graphic--and it doesn't come close to reflecting the sheer number of the Scout Comics' projects on which I've been privileged to work since 2019.
  • Submissions editor and project editor for Caliber Comics Macomb, MI (Fall 2016 to Summer 2020) — recognized editor of over forty graphic novels and numerous individual issues. Here are just a few...


  • Editor for the Spanish publisher, Amigo Comics (Málaga, Spain)...

  • And I have done editing for Action Lab...

  • ...and Behemoth Comics (now Sumerian)...

  • and the Canadian publisher Lev Gleason's New Friday Comics.

  • Freelance editor for several news websites (Tech into Nashville; Launch Engine)
  • Editor of the Global Real Estate Education Blog – approx. 155 articles on a variety of topics in real estate
  • Seven and a half years as editor of a quarterly theological magazine
  • Edited several scholarly monographs