Kathryn Jackson Fallon
Over Easy Editorial, LLC
Experienced writer and editor. Magazine, News Contributor, Author. Small Business expert. Medical writing.
Collaborative and Ghost Writing, Writing Coach; former Time Magazine journalist with an M.A. in Applied Linguistics from Columbia University. Member of the Authors Guild.
The majority of authors we work with find a publisher, or agent, or both.
Kathryn worked as a journalist at TIME Magazine for more than 15 years, covering Business, Politics, Entertainment, Lifestyle, the Arts, and Fashion, and more–meeting deadlines, researching, reporting and writing on a variety of subjects for both fast breaking and longer, in-depth issue-related topics. Extensive experience interviewing for and working on stories about noted figures in business, design, fashion, politics, entertainment, lifestyle, music and other fields, from top CEOs to pop stars to future presidents of the U.S.
Contributing Editor, Edutopia, The George Lucas Educational Foundation; Freelance Developmental Editor, Wrkfrce, a site focused on remote work; Freelance feature writer for JUNIPERunltd, a content hub, ecommerce marketplace, and community that is inclusive and accessible to all.
Kathryn has written for the Southampton Press, Fiscal Times, Independent Banker, Heavy The List, and more. As (as KJ Fallon) is the author of two bestselling nonfiction books—one about the origins of single-serve coffee and how it disrupted the marketplace, featured in People magazine, and another book about how adopting a rescue dog can change your life for the better. KJ is the co-author of a two bestselling fiction series and has ghost written and edited many award-winning books. She is also an entrepreneur and has stellar social media connections.
Current/Recent projects include several timely nonfiction book projects, including one written in collaboration with an esteemed medical professional and signed with a top New York agent.
Additional work: Collaborative Writer and Project Manager for a memoir about living with oppression in an African country; Developmental Editor of a nonfiction-fiction book about the Second Amendment; a memoir about the work of a prison chaplain; a non-fiction book about business in Africa; a memoir about working in the finance industry. Editor of several literary historic crime novels.
Editorial Associate Elizabeth Fallon, a multi-published, bestselling author under a pen name, has an MFA in Writing, and experience with financial and technical writing and computer programming. She currently works with an established independent publishing house editing manuscripts by bestselling authors, with a special interest in fiction. Elizabeth Fallon is a member of The Authors Guild and the Society of Authors in the UK.
We edit with the writer’s style in mind and have an instinct for uncovering inconsistencies, continuity issues or potential legal ramifications. Skilled at working with any style– literary, accessible literary, experimental, upmarket, commercial, advertising, creative. We work with authors and businesses to create books, press releases, web content and articles that precisely convey their message.
Expert proficiency working with non-native speakers of English and international authors.
We are professional, considerate, imperturbable and we never miss deadlines. Please include some information about who you are and your goals for your book when querying about possible work.
Editorial Letter (Manuscript Critique)
Nonfiction Book Proposals
Technical Writing and Editing
Social Media management
Book Marketing Consultation
Rates, which follow EFA and Writer’s Market guidelines, upon request
Press and Media Mentions
- Excerpt from Salon.com Coffee for One How the New Way to Make Your Morning Brew Became a Tempest in a Coffee Pod By KJ Fallon
- Coffee for One How the New Way to Make Your Morning Brew Became a Tempest in a Coffee Pod By KJ Fallon "An informative and entertaining look at the rise of―and reasons for―today's single-serve coffee cup craze. Even if you haven't converted to Keurig, you'll be hooked." ―People magazine
- “Happiness is a warm rescue puppy, and a copy of Zen and the Rescue Dog. This wonderful, touching book articulates for so many what has helped bring the end of suffering thanks to the canine souls in their lives. For dog owners, for dog lovers, for students of Buddhism, and for anyone curious about all of the above and a path to happiness, this book is for you.” —William Norwich, Author of Learning to Drive and My Mrs. Brown
- “Buddhist masters tell us that the path to enlightenment requires us to live in the moment, without agonizing over the past or worrying about the future. It can feel like an impossible task, but if you live with a dog, you’re living with a highly sentient being that does exactly that. And in the marvelous and insightful book Zen and the Rescue Dog, KJ Fallon shows that the deeply interdependent relationships humans have with their canine companions help us to be centered and loving even if we never meet a monk or enter a monastery.” —Michael D. Lemonick, Chief Opinion Editor at Scientific American and the author of The Perpetual Now.