Welcome to Roundhouse Indexing


Janice Rayment BSc, MSocInd(Adv)

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Indexer
Accredited by Society of Indexers

 

I am a professional indexer working freelance for both authors and their publishers.

I completed the Society of Indexers' training programme in 2011 and was runner up for the Betty Moys Prize awarded to promising new indexers.

With a wealth of knowledge and experience from a background that encompasses science, business, finance and horticulture I am able to work in many subject areas. This, together with other interests, means I am especially capable of indexing books on:

  • banking and finance

  • corporate social responsibility

  • personnel and HR development

  • business management

  • education, training and continuing development

  • charities and voluntary sector

  • sponsorship

 
  • gardening, garden history and horticultural science

  • cookery, food history, nutrition and food science

  • environmental issues

  • rural and countryside matters

  • Devon, especially Dartmoor

  • natural history

  • animal behaviour

  • and anything to do with dogs!

Whatever the subject, I place myself in the position of the reader and ask two questions. First, what is the reader of this text likely to want to look for? And then, if there is an entry in the index, will they be directed to something useful?

I can supply a traditional back-of-the-book index as a stand alone document, as Rich Text rtf or MS Word file. Additionally, I am able to provide indexes embedded into MS Word providing additional benefits for authors and publishers alike. I am also able to create an index in your InDesign file. New functionality that came with the release of Adobe's InDesign CC last summer allows the export of active indexes for ebooks. Please contact me if you would like to know more or to discuss your requirements.

In addition to Society of Indexers' Code of Professional Conduct, I have high professional standards and understand your need for accuracy, reliability and delivery within agreed deadlines.