“Amy’s professionalism – delivering creative material on time, every time; staying within budget; and clear client communications ability – is surpassed only by her talent with words. Bottom line: She’s an exceptional writer.”

-Malcolm Campbell, Publisher of Walkabout Press


“Amy Rogers is an author’s dream. My manuscript was ten times better after I got her editorial input. I would work with her again in a heartbeat.”

-R. J. Keller, author of Waiting for Spring


“I had the pleasure of working with Amy while at the Public Library of Charlotte & Mecklenburg County. Her expertise in publishing has been invaluable over the years, and I have repeatedly gone to her for advice and counsel. Amy is extremely talented, and is always front of mind when I’m in need of a writer, editor or literary advisor.”

-Jessica Graham


“As a former University administrator in Journalism and Mass Communications, I have worked with some of the best in the business, and Amy Rogers ranks highly in my esteem. I trust her grasp of the language, her grammar sense and her ability to know when to be tender and when to be tough. No writer likes to be edited, but in the end that is what sparks a piece from just being good to rivaling genius.”

– Clair DeLune, music historian, editor, and host of Blues Moon Radio, WUSC-FM


“I can’t speak highly enough of Amy. She is top-notch, a professional, and someone I feel fortunate to have worked with on my first novel, Portisville. She constantly challenged and encouraged me to make improvements in my writing. Along the way, Amy taught me many new ways to look at my own writing, as well as writing in general.”

-Steve Cushman, author of Portisville, winner of the Novello Literary Award


“Amy has been an invaluable aid to me in my writing projects. As an editor, she provided wonderful insights and ideas that significantly improved my manuscripts and helped me get my points across to my readers. At the same time, her insights into the world of publishing helped to focus my efforts and energy. Amy Rogers is truthful, honest and ethical – and working with her is a pleasure.”

-Kevin Soden, MD, National Medical Reporter for NBC News, author of The Art of Medicine: What Every Doctor and Patient Should Know, and co-author of  Special Treatment: How to Get the Same High-Quality Health Care Your Doctor Gets