Becky Hornyak, Indexer 
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I consider myself a generalist and work with trade and scholarly publishers on books on a variety of topics such as education, history, international relations, medical ethics, medical self-help, political science, and psychology.

As an in-house indexer, I learned to index computer manuals using an embedding process.

I am a member of the  American Society for Indexing (ASI) and was an officer and then webmaster of Mid- and South Atlantic Chapter from 2007-2013. When in Indiana, I was an officer of the Heartland Chapter from 1998-2002. I have presented at several ASI conferences (1999, 2001, 2002, 2010).

Since my relocation to Maryville, TN, I've become a Master Gardener and have enjoyed having the Great Smoky Mountains National Park so close for hiking. When in Virginia, I was a volunteer docent at Rippon Lodge in Woodbridge, part of the Prince William County Division of Historic Preservation.
Books have always been an important part of my life. My first memory of spending my own money is of buying Nancy Drew mysteries. I’m fortunate to have found a way to earn money by reading all day—and when I relax in the evenings, I read some more!






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Blue phlox, March, 2019.