comments and endorsements regarding
Michael Garrett's editorial services :
than I expected for the money.
Your experience shines and I have learned more
about the craft from one edit than from
the myriad of books that I have read.
I will certainly be a repeat customer."
look forward to sending you another manuscipt in the future.
I have learned more from you than from anyone or anything I've read."
happy to report that, after months of trying and much rejection,
I have a publisher for my novel. I feel sure that your excellent work
editing the ms
helped a great deal in convincing the publisher to take on the project."
can't thank you enough for your hard work on my
behalf. Yes, you got paid, but I think you've
done a superb job. I thank the Lord that I
found you out of the sea of editors."
Martha J. Rigg
couldn't be more pleased with the results.
I learned a great deal from you and have many things to consider."
quite certain you've
helped to improve my story tenfold. More importantly,
you've helped to improve my skills as a writer."
page went unmarked. To top
it off, he gave an overall summary of his thoughts
on my book which affirmed my belief in my
work and encouraged me to remain steadfast."
some who solicit on the net,
you are every bit the professional you advertise."
instruction is worth its weight in gold to me.
I am so glad I hired you."
. . . thank you for all of the great advice and
information you're giving me. I'm so glad I
decided to make the decision to get this
learned more from the final report than I learned
in a four month college course. I want to sincerely thank you.
I'm eager to transform your suggestions into skill
and utilize that skill in my manuscript and future writing."
ability to find the perfect word, and to separate
wheat from chaff, makes him a terrific editor.
He has a gift for structure and form that most
editors would kill for."
Garrett's insightful critiques
are skillfully done and completed in record time.
Knowledge of the markets enables him to offer solid
guidance aimed at turning out a salable manuscript."