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AM Publishing New Zealand

Adrienne Charlton BA, DipEDIT

+64 9 521 0901 +64 21 024 39870

Welcome to
AM Publishing New Zealand
for independent publishing services,
proofreading and editing.

You can rely on us!
Celebrating 10 years in 2018

We are specialists in

What we can do for you

  • Offer excellent service, quality workmanship, fast turnaround
  • Provide thoroughness, attention to detail
  • Ensure that all material is as accurate as possible
  • Always be adaptable and flexible, focused and professional
  • Provide a service for authors from editing right through to print files for quality books.

Who we are

During the past eight years, the emphasis of our business has moved to book publishing services but we still do corporate, technical and university proofreading and editing work.

Please browse the site and feel free to email with any enquiries or queries.

What our clients say …

wise counsel

Adrienne was professional, patient and provided wise counsel as she navigated my writings into my book and I am very happy with the finished product – something that could not have been done without her.

N Albrecht, author, The Albrechts of Rothenburg ob der Tauber 1493-1806, September 2018.

a joy to work with

Thank you for your unfailing attention in meeting my requirements. I have paid your account and in view of your generosity have added a little more to cover those extra hours? days? :-) You have been a joy to work with and I'm really so grateful for your guidance and attention to detail.

P Laird, June 2017.

Like stones, words are laborious and unforgiving, and the fitting of them together, like the fitting of stones, demands great patience and strength of purpose and particular skill.

Edmund Morrison

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