Kendall Ashley Creative
Kendall spent over five and a half years working in editorial for various imprints at Penguin Random House. During her time at PRH she helped concept and write a line of best-selling, inspirational adult coloring books and interactive journals at WaterBrook Press, and she led a team focused on creating and marketing books for the millennial market.
As a journalist, she wrote for several entertainment and lifestyle outlets in print and online. Her writing can be found on websites like Nerdist, HelloGiggles, Geek & Sundry, Hypable, The Mary Sue, and more. Her entertainment journalism career has also given her the opportunity to appear on several podcasts as well as panels at both Fan Expo Denver (formerly known as Denver Comic-Con) and San Diego Comic-Con. You can check out some of her podcast and panel appearances on her media page, and you can check out some of her older writing on her blog.
Kendall also has a passion for ghostwriting and has worked with both individuals and organizations to bring their stories to life. She has ghostwritten personal memoirs, teaching/lifestyle books on behalf of both individuals and organizations, and fiction titles. If you’d like to talk about working together, don’t hesitate to reach out!
As an editor, she partners with authors who are writing everything from fiction to romance, high fantasy to interactive books, middle-grade adventure to personal memoir, and everything in between. She works on projects that are as straightforward as a proofread all the way up to in-depth projects like writer coaching and developmental edits. But regardless of the scope of the project, she loves the editorial process and helping an author create the best content they can. You can see some of her past work on Kendall’s portfolio page.
When she isn’t working, you can find Kendall drinking copious amounts of coffee, playing video games, reading far too late into the night, or hiking around Colorado with her family.