Carole Cancler is a business and technology professional with a background in software development, small business startup and management, technical writing, and food science. Currently, she focuses on website design & development, small business marketing, social media strategies, Web content development & writing, and book editing and writing.
Her former company, Private Chef, Inc. produced and marketed frozen gourmet meals. Prior to that, Carole spent 11 years at Microsoft, holding positions as a software test engineer, test manager, and program manager. For more information about Carole’s skills and experience, visit www.linkedin.com/in/carolecancler/.
Writing, editing, and publishing projects
GreaterSeattleOnTheCheap.com. Carole is publisher, writer, and editor for this local website about living well on less in Seattle, featuring free and cheap things to do and resources for sustainable living.
Mother Earth News. Carole is a contributing writer for this popular and longest-running sustainable-lifestyle magazine that provides wide-ranging, expert editorial coverage of organic foods, country living, green transportation, renewable energy, natural health and green building.
Living on the Cheap. Carole is a contributing writer for this national media publication offering readers useful tools for living well on less, plus the latest deals and freebies from national retailers and restaurants.
The Home Preserving Bible by Carole Cancler. This 444-page book is a consumer technical reference on eight food preservation methods, supplemented with over 300 recipes. Published by Alpha Books at DK.com, the The Home Preserving Bible is available on Amazon and at booksellers nationwide.
Idiot’s Guides: Canning and Preserving by Trish Sebben-Krupka. Carole was technical editor for this step-by-step instruction book of basic canning and preserving recipes with full-color photos.
Spinach in Your’s Boss’s Teeth by Arden Clise. Carole was a reviewer for this practical etiquette book that helps anyone feel more comfortable navigating the business world. It takes the stuffiness out of etiquette and helps people see that it’s simply a tool for being more confident, polished and professional in the workplace, which ultimately leads to greater career success.