Roberta L. Smith is an award-winning author. She has published six novels, including the Mickey McCoy paranormal mystery series; a book of short stories; and a nonfiction book about her two-times-great-grandfather’s experience in the American Civil War (bertabooks.com):
I recently won the top award of the 2017 Hollywood Book Festival for my book Simone’s Ghosts, and I must give credit to Erin Willard for the wonderful job she did editing my manuscript. I could put my work out for all to see with confidence. She was easy to work with and did not try to change my writing style or story in any way. I would not hesitate to use her again. She was worth every penny.
— Roberta L. Smith
Patricia O’Hanlon is the author of Dust in the Wind (working title):
Thanks to Erin polishing my diamond in the rough and making it shine, I’ve have been asked to submit my manuscript to a top NY agency! She’s the best!!!
— Patricia O’Hanlon
Neil Hanson is the author of the multiple-award-winning Pilgrim Wheels, Reflections of a Cyclist Crossing America; Pilgrim Spokes, The Journey Continues ; and The Pilgrim Way, A Cyclist’s Guide to Ultralight Touring (neilhanson.com):
I’ve worked with a number of editors and had experiences that ranged from good to not-at-all good. I’ve learned that there’s a jungle of potential outcomes when you hire an editor, and finding one that is highly competent and professional is a prize. In this jungle, Erin is a bright spot of high quality, as well as a pure pleasure to work with. Not all editors are created equal, and Erin is clearly first among equals in the universe of editors. She is hands-down the best editor I’ve worked with.
— Neil Hanson
Robert Landau is an international motivational speaker and author of You Are the Captain of Your Ship!:
This was the first time I’ve worked with Erin and she’s a life-saver! Erin has helped me understand how absolutely vital a good, professional editor really is. Without changing my voice, my book now has the flow it didn’t have before. She was easy to work with, communicative and real. I will definitely use Erin again; as a matter of fact, I can’t think of putting another book to bed without her!
— Robert Landau