Nadia Geagea Pupa
Pique Publishing, Inc.

Nadia is a skilled project manager, editor, writer, and designer in all areas of the publishing process. With her multidisciplinary approach to publishing, she believes that content and design are equally important—especially throughout the developmental process. As an editorial consultant, she can pinpoint the strengths and weaknesses of content for both corporate clients and self-published authors. With her background in journalism, she knows how to ask the right questions, find and fix weak areas, and help create content that anyone can understand.

She has experience working with high-profile subject matter experts who have opened her eyes to a larger world of knowledge, discovery, and research. Throughout Nadia’s career, she discovered the power of visual learning. With her graphic design skills, she has developed a deeper understanding of page layout and strategic methods for displaying important information for digital and print projects. The designers and editors at Pique Publishing can truly develop content from beginning to end by creating a balance between content and design. They never turn down challenging, intricate, or complicated projects—they welcome them!

The types of projects include magazine management, facilitating editorial meetings, creating corporate boilerplate content and slide decks, textbooks, educational materials, annual reports, and various digital assets. For self-published authors, Nadia and her team conduct extensive book evaluations, book coaching sessions, developmental and copyediting, and other graphic design and publishing-related services for both fiction and nonfiction.

When she’s not editing, designing, book coaching, and hosting her podcast “The Editor’s Half Hour” (, she enjoys spending time with her family and two little boys.

Editing Services
Copyediting, Developmental editing, Line editing, Proofreading, Series, Substantive
Writing Services
Academic, Books, Business proposals, Fiction, Ghostwriting, Journal, Magazine, Newsletter, Nonfiction, Web
Other Services
Author coaching, Copyright and CIP, Design, Ebooks, Editorial project management, Illustration, Image sourcing, Indexing, Interviewing, Layout, Manuscript critique, Production, Publishing, Style guide creation
Fiction Genres
Action/adventure, Drama, Fantasy, Humor/satire, Mystery, Romance, Science fiction, Suspense/thriller
Nonfiction Genres
Academic, Autobiography and memoir, Biography, Business, Cookbooks, Creative nonfiction, Essay, DIY/how-to, Self-help, Textbooks, True crime
Age Levels
Young adult, New adult, Adult
Style Manuals
Associated Press Stylebook (AP), Chicago Manual of Style (CMOS)
Adobe Acrobat Pro, Adobe Acrobat Reader, Adobe InCopy, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop, Apple Pages, Google Docs, Google Sheets, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Word, PerfectIt
Other Memberships
ACES: The Society for Editing