Dead Air

November 5th, 2020 in History by April Michelle Davis 0

Dead Air – Proofread

On her way to work one summer morning, a beautiful young television anchorwoman vanishes without a trace. Precious little evidence remains: only her car and a few puzzling clues. Peer behind the scenes of this true crime story, and uncover the cold case file of Jodi Huisentruit, the Iowa anchorwoman who mysteriously disappeared before dawn that summer morning in 1995.

Somewhere, someone still harbors the truth about what really happened. An intriguing and compelling case from the heartland of America, the search for Jodi Huisentruit baffles authorities. Multiple scenarios and theories abound. Sixteen years later, the memories of Jodi–and her disappearance–remain to haunt an entire industry, her family and friends, and a loyal viewing audience.

Written by a former television anchorwoman with an inside look into the TV news business, Dead Air is an eerie and unforgettable mystery that still poses more questions than answers.

April Michelle Davis proofread this manuscript prior to it being published. She focuses on the details and consistency of each word and how the words interact within each sentence as it relates to the story being told. April Michelle ensures the text makes sense and is readable by the intended audience. As the proofreader for this manuscript, April Michelle‘s education and skills gave her the edge to take this manuscript to the last stage in the editing process, the publishing stage.