Dateline: Meredith Ann Rutter is a former independent publisher and current writer of memo
Meredith Ann Rutter is a former independent publisher and current writer of memoir and fiction. She got her basic training in textbook publishing, where she performed in editorial, managerial, and marketing roles across various disciplines (science, reading, language arts, math). She left to start a publishing services, or "packaging," company (Publicom, Inc.) that had an eighteen-year run, and also founded a tradebook publishing company (VanderWyk & Burnham--VandB.com), which she sold in 2009 to Quick Publishing. Rutter has now written a family memoir (The Cleveland Rutters), maintains an active blogsite (Yours In Books--yoursinbooks.com], and is in final-revision stage on her first novel, set in a fictional town in Maine.
Recommended for those who appreciate science and human nature but are clueless about the people’s history behind the atomic bomb.
One writer's opinionated approach to an organized smorgasbord of book reviews.
Turning points in the lives of a writer and a bookseller overlap in Maryann McFadden’s latest offering.
A prequel memoir of being 20-something in the 1960s by the author of Taking Woodstock.
An elegant gift of basic instruction for using typography effectively.
A purr-fect gift book for newbie and experienced cat owners alike.
Humor and poignancy in memoir of inconsistent parental attention and one child’s “accomplishment addiction.”
Three women, whose lives become interconnected by a chance event, experience life-changing moments as they learn from each other
The Plot Whisperer is a powerful new addition to the writer's bookshelf
An accessible book based on the idea that networking can be as enjoyable as having a conversation with friends and still be beneficial to career goals.