A man writes a note for a newspaper boy.

"Easier and Doable"

"Such a great help. You made what I was worried about so much easier and doable."

- Gene, Park City, UT

"Obviously Cared for Her"

"Elizabeth was wonderful in extracting memories from my wife's past. She helped put thoughts together in a way that kept my wife's memories accurate and made the entire experience a positive thing. Many evenings, I would discuss the meetings my wife had with Elizabeth and was pleased how enthused she was to work on her story with someone who obviously cared for her and who purposefully made my wife aware of how important her history is to her posterity. Elizabeth made it so much fun that they spent a great deal of their time together laughing. Carly really looked forward to the time she spent with Elizabeth.

"I feel it was one of, if not the most valuable things we could have done all year with the money we spent. Elizabeth was efficient, timely, and affordable.  Thank you from the bottom of my heart, Elizabeth!"

-Don and Carly Forbush, South Jordan, UT

"A Labor of Love"

We're so pleased with all you did with the chapters and subchapters. That was a labor of love!

- Barbara Stringham, Sandy, UT

"Met and Exceeded All Expectations"

I hired Elizabeth to help me write my story primarily for business purposes.  My work is business and life coaching and I wanted to be able to tell my story to someone who would draw it out so that I could see pieces that were beneficial to clients. ... Elizabeth met and exceeded all expectations. She is professional, on time, asks good questions, (and) is a great listener.  ... I recommend Elizabeth's work to anyone wanting to get their story out of their head and heart and onto paper!

- Wayne, Schuylkill Haven, PA

"Always Thinking of the Person"

Elizabeth is one of the most talented writers and creative minds that I know. Her work is pristine, neat, orderly, professional and made of the best quality. ... She goes above and beyond what most people do when they are put to a task, always thinking of the person she is working for and what works out in their best interests.

-Jacob Thompson, Fillmore, UT