Testimonials

Testimonials

 

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“A fine service for authors that is professional in every way. Inkwater lives up to high standards in editing, design, and marketing. Authors willing to provide some financial support to get their books on shelves could not ask for more.”

Michael McCloskey, Oregon: A State That Stands Out

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“A pleasure to work with. Professional, personal service.

In my first meeting I told them I wanted to work with someone who loves me and my book and knows me when I call. They were all that and more. Thank you Inkwater for making my first book a reality. It has boosted my business and given me a level of credibility that can only be achieved by being a published author.”

Marcia Miller, You Go Girls! The Woman’s Guide to Great Travel

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Excellent publisher to work with. Everyone thinks he/she can publish a book, but in reality this is far from the truth. The staff at Inkwater Press knows the publishing business and has respect in the industry. The services they offer are professional and high-quality. Their pricing is a bit higher than other hybrid-style publishers, but if you’are investing in an endeavor rather than merely printing something you wrote, it is well worth it. Professional products and marketing are crucial in an era when anybody can toss a book up for sale on Amazon.

Tanya J. Peterson, My Life in a Nutshell

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The entire staff at Inkwater Press has been professional, gracious, helpful, and friendly. It has been over three years since I published my book with them and they have remained supportive and are always glad to hear from me. [Inkwater] has diligently kept me abreast of promotional opportunities and has provided feed back regarding how my book has faired with reviewers and competitions. Inkwater Press is a great organization all around; I feel lucky to have found them.

Lee Vranna, Josh Climbs the Tree of Life

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Inkwater Press published my latest three novels. At each stage of the publication process, the staff was thoroughly professional, honest and reliable. At times I felt as if my book was the only one on which they worked and the book they cared. Inkwater Press is a five-star publication because I can’t give it more than five.

Eytan Halaban, The Vermeer Conspiracy

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I have had the good fortune of having a book published through Inkwater Press and cannot say enough good things about this company. The staff is dedicated, creative, and professional. They helped create a truly beautiful book and I’m grateful for all they have done!

Beckie Elgin, Journey: The Amazing Story of OR-7

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Inkwater Press published my first novel, The Monk Woman’s Daughter, and they made the process an enjoyable one. People at Inkwater are pleasant, capable, responsive, and professional. Several of them are published writers themselves–and they understand what authors need.

Susan Storer Clark, The Monk Woman’s Daughter

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Having discovered Inkwater Press in the University of Chicago’s Alumni magazine, I expected, and found, a firm with the highest integrity. I am delighted to recommend them in all regards, with the creative talent to make the most beautiful book and the professional talent to help the book achieve success in the marketplace.

Pamela Goodwin, A Poem and a Picture

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Inkwater exceeds all expectations! Their designer is a genius, their marketing is creative and effective, their editorial staff is talented and meticulous, and their administrative staff is efficient and incredibly helpful. You could not ask for better people or services.

Robert Valenza, New Perspectives and Reflections on The Best of Civilization

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Having seen the sloppiness elsewhere money can buy, Inkwater clearly sets itself apart. I am continuously impressed by the detail attention and vested interest they put into a writer’s work. Six out of five stars. Thanks to all at IWP!

Michael Morrow, Going Home: Hope Lives Where Reason Dies

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Thank you to the wonderful people at Inkwater Press for their excellent services and professional standards. I highly recommend Inkwater Press from start to finish!

Shirley Webb, My Sister, My Daughter, and Me (Tres Señoritas Locas)

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The “top of their class” professionals at Inkwater have helped me produce two consecutive award winning fiction novels. I can’t imagine putting a book together without Sean, Masha, John and particularly Andrew.

Ashton Taylor, Coping with Ash

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The staff at Inkwater Press is professional and incredibly knowledgeable. As a first-time author, I couldn’t have asked for a better team to get me through the publishing process.

Debbie Raney, Hair on Barbed Wire: Portraits of Ranching Life

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“Local publisher, with experienced professionals who will guide you through the publishing process, from artwork and design to press releases and marketing. Wouldn’t work with anyone else!”

Judy Jacobs, mother of Anne Marie Jacobs, To Catch the Moon

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“When I finished my first novel in July 2008, Repeat Business, I contacted Inkwater Press in hopes of getting my book published. I heard from writers who used other publishers how long it took to get their book in print, but that was not the case with Inkwater Press. They helped me pick out an eye-catching cover, edited and proof read my book for a reasonable fee, and promoted me wonderfully on their website once the book was bound. Their literary team is courteous, responsible and they work fast—my book was for sale by early September of 2008, less than three months after the publishing process began. I am in South Florida and Inkwater Press is in Portland, Oregon—a continent away—but when I called their number for help they treated me like I was right next door. I am currently working on my second novel and will not hesitate to work with Inkwater Press again.”

Joe Carufe, Repeat Business

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“After searching the web for publishers for my memoir about driving through Africa in 1953, I decided on a local press where I could meet the staff and telephone with ease. Throughout the publishing, all the staff have been responsive, suggesting better approaches to deciding about the inclusion of photographs, and encouraging me to include maps. The design of the book cover has brought raves from my friends. The font styles add to the reading pleasure. I have already recommended Inkwater Press to colleagues, and plan to publish several more books with them.”

Irene Tinker, Crossing Centuries

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“I returned from a few days in the mountains to my box of beautiful books—I can’t thank you all enough for your help working with me these past few months. The books are just as I’d hoped for and are probably even better. There’s nothing like having it in hand. I love the insides and outsides and want you to know it was a pleasure to work with you.”

Lynne Martin, Letters from Canton

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I just had to write you to thank you for all the work you have done for me. I’m selling about 20-30 books per day now and am ranked 5700 on amazon and each week it gets better. None of this would have been possible without you guys. Tell the staff how much I appreciate them.

Brian Anderson, The Godling Chronicles

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“I would like to send you a few lines because it is now a bit over a year ago that, thanks to you people, I actually held my book in my hands without being able to talk at first. It turned out so well and made me speechless (which doesn’t happen very often). When I was ready to have the book published and I found Inkwater Press, I was not sure if I should self-publish. But thanks to your help and everybody’s kindness I am so glad now that I did and realize that it was the right decision.”

Steffie Steinke, A Penny Always Has Two Sides

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“When I signed on with Inkwater I had them handle all aspects of my book’s design. I provided front and back cover backdrop photographs, along with some proposals on how the exterior might be handled. Inkwater used my suggestions and created a book that is truly professional in appearance. I’m proud as a peacock of the final result. I absolutely love it and its far superior to anything I could have done! The money I spent for Inkwater’s interior and exterior graphic services was worth every penny.”

Mike Little, Twelve Quiet Men

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“Inkwater Press has published two of my novels and the experience with each was outstanding. From initial concept to cover design to book layout, the professionals at Inkwater delivered on every count. I can’t recommend this publisher enough.”

S.W. Capps, Salmon Run and Train in the Distance

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“Every aspect of my experience with Inkwater Press in publishing my book, The Great Fleeceman and Other Stories, was excellent. The design of the cover was excellent and people to whom I have given copies have commented on how appropriate and good it is. The layout of the book was also excellent. I would recommend Inkwater Press and its staff to anyone without reservations. All of you did a fine job and I am grateful.”

Ted McConnell, The Great Fleeceman

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“Editing was performed quickly and thoroughly. Inkwater designed our website and we feel it is very eye-catching in its design. Masha did an outstanding job of adding color to the interior that complemented the art and the story. She took the cover art we submitted and added an additional dimension to it that makes it really stand out! Personal service is also top-notch. Every question we had was always answered professionally and promptly. We have recommended Inkwater to other authors based on our positive experience.”

Kathleen Taylor & Katherine L. Taylor, Eddie and Bingo

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“Inkwater Press helped me and my partner design the best book possible. The typeface was simple but elegant, and Inkwater was open to our plans for a striking cover. I have just sent out 34 copies of my novel, Precincts of Light, to academic libraries throughout our region, and I am proud of our product.”

Henry Alley, Precincts of Light

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“I found Inkwater’s staff very helpful and personable. They knew me by name. I didn’t need a list of numbers like a customer ID number and a book ID number to make things happen. This made my publishing experience with Inkwater an absolute joy.”

Mike Little, Twelve Quiet Men

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“The cover design for my novel was perfect, capturing the theme and giving readers a sense of drama and history.”

John Willingham, The Edge of Freedom

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Finishing my first novel was a dream manifested, I was elated beyond words, but that joy quickly turned into frustration and fear while going through the arduous process of trying to find a publisher. My hard work became nothing more than a nameless pile of paper set in a stack somewhere for months on end. Luckily I stumbled upon Inkwater Press when I did or might have given up on my dream. Instantly they treated me as a human being, almost like a family member, and they were very respectful of my visions as an author. I love the way my book turned out and have had nothing but great interactions with all of the staff members I have worked with. I am proud to say my first novel is published with Inkwater Press.

Nicasio Latasa, Stumbling Upon Mowgli

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“My last three books: The Great Disconnect, The Future of Christianity in a Post-Christian Era, and The Radical Rabbi of Nazareth were the creative publishing work of the entire staff at the Inkwater Press in Portland, Oregon. I look to them as a very special group of accommodating, efficient and creative publishers who continue to produce a quality product. Any future manuscript of mine will return immediately to them for their special touch and caring approach to publication.”

Robert E. Willoughby, The Radical Rabbi of Nazareth

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“The marketing staff gave me the latitude to suggest approaches specific to my intended audience, and then worked enthusiastically with reviewers, bookstores, and event planners to put together a highly successful series of appearances.”

John Willingham, The Edge of Freedom

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“Our book, An Inning at a Time, was published Jan. 5th, 2011 by Inkwater Press. I co-authored with my American Legion Baseball Coach, Mel Machuca, our story about our National Championship experience in 1977. It’s in the non-fiction genre, told from two perspectives: coach & player. Same experiences, different eyes and perspectives. The folks at Inkwater were absolutely terrific with first time authors, and I mean TERRIFIC. We could and did tell the story for sure, but the nuances of publishing were challenging and we were absolute rookies and they all helped us a ton with the specifics of what we needed to do to make it happen. They were and are professional, helpful, real, and every person that we dealt with understood our questions and fears.”

Will Shepherd, co-author: An Inning at a Time

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I just have to say thank you to everyone who helped me with getting my book into my hands; Sean, Vanessa, Emily, Steve, and Linda, as well as everyone else, I send my gratitude. Ghost Eyes turned out fantastic! I was ecstatic to open that box and hold the first copy in my hands. Again, thank you.

W.D. Cruze, Ghost Eyes

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“I just wanted to take a moment to express my gratitude. I received my first copies of the book and the final product looks absolutely amazing. I am very excited about the road ahead and just wanted to let you know how much I have appreciated all of your assistance through this process. Most simply put: Thank you very much!”

Chad Coenson, Me & Bobby McGee

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“From beginning to end, my experience with Inkwater has been very satisfying, especially in the area of service. Once my book was proofed and ready to go, there were copies available right away, and the final product has made me proud. My years of hard work, editing and inspiration turned into a book readers are enjoying in all respects, including the cover’s texture and design which combined, make the perfect invitation. And, the appeal doesn’t stop there. With each chapter, there is the reminder of what is at the heart of the book itself. As Father Tom would say, “You did good, my friends.” “You can tell a book by its publisher” sums up my overall satisfaction with Inkwater Press. They have done a wonderful job both inside and out, the graphics and design are delightful, their approach professional. Thank you so very much!”

Julie R. Mackenzie, A Temptation Tale: A Father Tom Novel

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“From the moment of sending my manuscript to you and your approval to publish the book, you worked with me every step of the way. From editing the manuscript, designing the book cover, the final print to the prompt delivery of the books and later the endless suggestions and help how to help marketing the book it was without saying amazing. I still feel like you became my friends and I like to thank you for the journey. (Which I hope will not end soon.) By the way, I like the website you have designed for me very much, and I hope this too will be a helpful tool to market the book.”

Steffie Steinke, A Penny Always Has Two Sides

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“I’ve said it a dozen times by now, but everyone at Inkwater has gone beyond my expectations at every opportunity in this process.”

Michael Scott Curnes, For the Love of Mother

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“Inkwater Press— the entire staff— is absolutely fantastic. I published my first novel with CreateSpace because I needed a tool to learn about the crazy world of publishing. I learned, among other things, that I need a service that does much more than simply prepare a book, print it, and pop it online. The more I learned about the publishing industry from my first experience, reading many sources, and talking to authors and agents, the more I knew two things: I wanted to remain an independently published author, but I needed a traditional-type publisher. I thought that the idea of a “traditional indie publisher” was a cruel oxymoron until I encountered Inkwater Press. From the beginning, I knew that Inkwater Press offered top-notch, high-quality services. I met Sean J in person at a Portland, OR event, and he allowed me to ask what must have, to him, seemed like endless questions. He answered them patiently and with expertise. I appreciated the fact that he knew I was, at that point, working with CreateSpace and thus didn’t push his own company. He acted like an informed colleague rather than a salesperson. Everyone at Inkwater Press has acted with that same high standard. I am infinitely pleased with Linda’s professional editing services, Emily’s design services, and John’s marketing services. All of the staff members are talented, professional, and friendly. Inkwater Press does not simply print an author’s manuscript into book format. They act as a traditional publisher does, creating books whose quality matches those of traditional publishing houses. And their services don’t stop once the book is created. Inkwater Press works as an integral part of an author’s team to increase public awareness of the book. Inkwater Press creates a high-quality product and then stands behind it to help the author succeed.”

Tanya J Peterson, Leave of Absence

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“Inkwater Press is a pleasure to work with. They are excellent communicators with a talented staff of devoted people who care about your book and follow through with your requests. They are creative and able to serve both the new author and those who are publishing multiple times. I also appreciated the ability to sit down face-to-face with them to work out details on my book. Thanks Inkwater Press”

Chuck Hewitson, When Life Throws You For The Loop

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The team at Inkwater Press is extraordinary. Sean, who is the director of acquisitions, was very welcoming when I presented my novella to the press for consideration for publication. He does an excellent job of representing Inkwater’s upbeat culture to prospective authors. Linda did a very professional job of editing my work and was not only efficient but also kindly and encouraging. A special thanks goes to Jayme, who did a bang-up job of designing by book as well as my web site. Jayme sent a complimentary e-mail to my daughter, who did the painting which was used on the book’s cover, which I consider to be an act of uncommon courtesy. John, the press— marketing director, had several good ideas for promoting my book. John is a poet himself and understands the needs of authors very well. He keenly assessed the avenues most likely to reach my book’s target audience and went to work. The group as a whole possesses an uncommon combination of creativity and efficiency. All have been helpful in guiding me through the unfamiliar territory of book publication and promotion. I appreciate them all very much.

Lee Vranna, Jost Climbs the Tree of Life

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Without a doubt the staff at Inkwater Press are the most courteous and understanding people I’ve ever had the pleasure to meet. Their professionalism, combined with a true understanding of the needs of both a writer and a person has made my experience a joy. Thank you all so very much.”

Brian D. Anderson, The Godling Chronicles

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“I AM LOVING IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Thank you again to you & the entire team. I can’t tell you how good I feel every time I see the site. It just makes my day. Beautifully designed, well executed.”

Kevin Renner, In Search of Fatherhood

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“Just wanted to say thanks again for everything. Masha’s interior design of the book blows the cover out of the water for me. It’s perfect. I mean perfect.”

Trevor Richardson, American Bastards

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“I have to tell you I am FLOORED by the cover of the book. I am astounded. It is so powerful. I have it opened on my widescreen iMac and I’m just looking at it from every corner in my living room. I’m stunned. Thank you!”

Michael Scott Curnes, For the Love of Mother

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When I first approached Inkwater, I didn’t know what to expect. When I arrived for my first visit, I found an organization that gives each author individual attention, their honest thoughts and opinions, and zero sales pitch. After putting my material together, I handed them a memory stick with 50 random photos they packaged them into much more than I expected. I’ve heard nothing but positive comments about the cover, artwork, and style. Well done!

John Rydzewski, Let’s Eat!

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You guys are the BEST.

Ron Talney, Nockers Up!

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“The help and final editions of the exterior and interior was marvelous. I couldn’t be happier with the way it turned out. I am so thankful to every person and department for their help. We were also on a very tight budget so we couldn’t take advantage of all their services; so for trained professional proof readers, they would cringe for sure at some of our language, grammar, punctuation, etc.; but it represents me, my coach, and our team, just the way we wanted. I am very pleased we chose Inkwater for our first venture into writing and publishing.”

Will Shepherd, co-author: An Inning at a Time

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“I want to add my appreciation to Inkwater Press for believing in my novel The Returning and giving me the thrill of a life time to see my first effort in print. I loved the whole experience, but some of the highlights might include, Linda Franklin’s editing. She is phenomenal. I can’t forget Masha, art designer. When I asked to shorten the title she said, “Decide after you’ve seen the cover.” And, wow! Stunning. I wouldn’t have changed a thing. How she incorporated the solitary marine into the font of “The” was more than creative, it helped tell the story. People have remarked over and over that the marble on the cover was ingenious and did I think of it? No, but I was thrilled she did. The artistic and editorial and management team at Inkwater Press is tremendous. If your work is selected for publication by them you will be happy for it. I certainly am.”

Jean Sorrell, The Returning

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“I put years of work into my manuscript. When it was time to publish I decided to go that extra mile and pay Inkwater to handle the interior layout and exterior design. This was one of the best decisions I made concerning my masterpiece (he he).”

Mike Little, Twelve Quiet Men

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I have published nine [count ’em] NINE books with Inkwater. The finished product is BEAUTIFUL! Made of durable covers featuring peerless artwork and securely bound, quality-printed pages, they are a constant source of pride. They have never let me down and usually have one or more pleasant surprises, obviously taking the same pride in producing my works as I have in writing them. I will never go to anyone else.

John W. Cassell, Cassell Faction Trilogy

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“Inkwater Press has been a great relief in my search for a professional and friendly publisher for my books. I had finally finished this great story that I wanted people to see as soon as possible, but I didn’t want to wait around for traditional publishers to find me, or for author agents to accept me. I looked up book publishers, and I saw that the most easily found companies wanted so much money. Then, in the spirit of supporting local businesses, I searched for Portland publishers, and found Inkwater Press to be fairly priced and ready to work with me. I met Sean, who was a real person sitting across from me— not just a vague letterhead. And I was in quick-response email contact with the Inkwater team throughout the process of having my book published. Emily did an amazing job of creating the book covers for my trilogy. She encouraged my ideas, working with the things I thought were important to the look of my story. Having plenty of chances to make changes to my manuscript and cover, and knowing that what I had to say would be heard, I am happy that the people of Inkwater Press have made a joy out of what I thought would be a difficult hurdle of publishing without an agent. I’m happy to say that I am now a well-represented published author, and those who have seen my book think so as well.”

Jenessa Grimm Gayheart , The Story of Eidolon Trilogy

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When it was time to decide on a publisher for my third book, I looked for a discriminating company, a small press that would give me that personal touch. Inkwater was a perfect match. I received what I expected and more: design help, an editor with a practiced hand who could answered my “What do you think about this?” questions honestly, all within a kind and professional environment. I am pleased with the finished product cover to cover.

Donna Orchard, Behind the Schoolhouse Door

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I couldn’t have been more satisfied with Inkwater. They are genuine and responsive to all interactions in a very timely way. I often felt that my work was the only book they were working on! Inkwater staff are a great team and they made me feel a part of it.

Corbett Monica, Dual Diagnosis Anonymous

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“Great. Good. Wonderful job! …I couldn’t be happier.”

Miriandra Rota, Dragon Fire: Secrets of the Last Dragons

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“I am… impressed by the content and the artistic display…”

Wingrove Lynton, My Joy and Crown: The Mutually Edifying Relationship Between St. Paul and the Philippians

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“It’s a great surprise, even better than I ever could have imagined.”

Ximena Veliz, My Naked Truth: Surviving Depression and Bulimia

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“Excellent work… I’m so fired up I can hardly stand it!”

Don Skinner, In a Valley Surrounded by Hills: Stories of Growing Up in a Pennsylvania Town

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“Thanks for your imagination and talent.”

Diana Fitzmaurice, Turkey Strike

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“You folks have bent over backwards in lending your talents and expertise, and have been a complete pleasure to work with. Thanks for the extra mile.”

Merrill Schauers, Ph.D., Kid Kontrol

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“Thank you for your kindness and patience and wonderful work.”

Phil and Joanna Perry, Leopard Logic: Bushveld Business Sense

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“I have received the books and they are quite excellent. I am very happy… and congratulate all of you on what a fine job you have done.”

D.B. Coulson, Picaresque Picnic

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“I can’t thank you enough for what you have done for me and my Widow of Que-Moy. Your guidance and tutelage helped me to enter the author’s world with confidence and comfort.”

Jeff Chen, Widow of Que-Moy

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“The cover is wonderful… just what I had in mind only better!!”

Richard Fratianne M.D., From Cinders to Butterflies: A Spiritual Journey to Healing

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“I feel that it is a book that is pleasing to God’s heart. Again, thank you.”

Alan Dickerson, The God Who You Think God Should Be

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“We’ve had nothing but good remarks about the whole book, pictures, etc. Great!”

Lorraine Reed for Boardman Reed, Lt. Col. USAF, Ret., Flights Forgotten and Remembered

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“The first really big sales job in getting the customer to buy is… the cover and I have been very concerned about this. You totally dispelled all my fears and did a really great job.”

Russ Brown, Turning the Stampede

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“Thank you—Thank You—for working so hard to press for higher quality on the print run…. We are extremely grateful for your attention and perseverance….—We’re estatic!— That’s a direct quote from Dad just now as he showed me your latest shipment of his books.”

Steve Farwell for Richard Farwell, Lines from Quiet Hours

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“I cannot believe that my project of love is almost in my hands… I am so happy!!!!!!!!!!! Yipee!!!!!!!!”

Mary Miranda, Shorty’s Journey

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“I think it looks great!! …Thanks for a great job.”

Hannah Gorman, Frenchie’s Castle

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“I love it! Very impressive! It’s just what I wanted!”

Shauna Wilson, InterneTeaming.com

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“I am absolutely ecstatic. You have performed far in excess of my hopes. I hardly know how to convey my appreciation.”

R. J. McMahon (Ernest Hummingbird), Play It Again, Samuel

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“Thank you again for all your good advice, good work and help. You have made this a much easier process than anticipated.”

Becky McRae for Patrick McRae, The North Fork Redemption

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“I want to thank you both for the time you spent answering my questions this week. It is amazing how reassuring it can be to be met with such responsible, competent, and patient individuals.”

Robert Valenza, June Rain

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“I cannot thank you enough for meeting my needs in such a personal and caring way—what service! That kind of personal attention is almost unheard of these days. You really went to bat for me, really worked to understand and meet my needs. And you did this not because I am some big name or public personality, not because there is any kind of guarantee that I will sell a certain number of books—none of that. You did it just to help a novice writer, just to help me reach my humble goals.”

Lucinda Perry, A Can of Worms

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“The cover is wonderful, very good decision on the designer. I had something similar in mind. It seems as if she had my thought with her when she designed it. GREAT WORK!!!”

Arthur L. Felton, Appointed Praise for an Appointed Time

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“I just want all of you to know how impressed that I have been with your company, your service, your attitudes and your professionalism. I’ve been recommending you to others! This has truly been a most positive and excellent experience.”

Sharon Radionoff, Faith and Voice

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“First of all let me say that I absolutely LOVE how you did the cover and the photo layouts. WOW!!! Better than I had ever envisioned. THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THAT. Thanks again guys—you really are amazing!!”

Tamra Cantore, The Calm Throughout Life’s Storms

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“Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! The cover you designed is PERFECT! I never could have imagined it would turn out so well. You have my deepest gratitude.”

Jean Vowell, Spend the Day

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“Everyone I’ve shown the cover to loves it!”

B. J. Swanson, Misguided Loyalties

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“I should like to thank all of you for the excellent work you did in putting my book together. This was my first attempt at publication, and your prompt and efficient handling of all aspects of publication exceeded my expectations. You lived up to all of your promises and actually beat the tight deadline that I requested.”

Kurt J. Wegner, Of Babies, Grandparents and Dogs

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“WOW, WOW, WOW!!!! That’s all I am able to say. It is just fantastic. This has blown my mind away. It is greater than I could have ever imagined.”

Loughlin Tatem, A Tempting to Confess

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“Wanderlust’s cover is simply more than I ever expected…. It is, unequivocally, one of the coolest covers I’ve ever seen. You not only captured the vibe of the book, but also the character of Slick Worthy.”

Quentin Cain, Wanderlust

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“I am absolutely ecstatic with the work you all have done.”

Velma Shanks, From Rejection to Rejoicing