Michael Engelhard, Artic Traverse: A Thousand-Mile Summer in the Brooks Range (2024, Mountaineers Books): "Lorraine Anderson helped this project across its finish line with substantially more grace than I showed at mine in Kotzebue Sound. Lorraine exceeded the call of duty by also double- and triple-checking some facts."
Adrienne Edwards and Rachel Schleiger, Firescaping Your Home (2023, Timber Press): "Thanks to Lorraine Anderson for her careful editing, which turned our ideas into an accessible guide."
Sydney Eddison, The Sacred Ground of Home: Poems from a Country Life (2022, Pomperaug Valley Press): "I owe a huge debt of gratitude to editor Lorraine Anderson. . . . For her extraordinary skill and sensitivity, I am ever grateful."
Diana Brown Schmidt, Jump Without Fear: A Memoir of Love, Loss, and Liberation (2022, Self-published): "I could not have asked for a better editor. From beginning to end, your exceptional skills, patience, and intuition helped me craft my story. You were always in sync with me as you polished, organized, and lifted the script to its best level."
Mary Reynolds, We Are the ARK (2022, Timber Press): "Many thanks are due to Lorraine Anderson for your gentle hand and patience with me in the edit."
Emily Murphy, Grow Now (2022, Timber Press): "Thank you again for your tireless help and support with the editing . . . thank you for believing in me and for your thoughtful guidance."
Mel Friedman, Where Spirit Touches Matter: A Journey Toward Wholeness (2022, Torchflame Books): "With nonjudgmental kindness and support, you helped nurture my writing into something more complete and coherent, and vastly beyond the depth of my skill set. You encouraged me and gave perspective and wisdom regarding my place within my own story, the place of others in my story, and how to celebrate the differences from others' stories."
R. Philip Bouchard, The Stickler's Guide to Science (2021, Timber Press): "It has been a great pleasure to collaborate with you on the editing of this book. The improvement in the wording of the text is amazing, and the presentation of the concepts has greatly improved in many locations. I feel quite fortunate that you were assigned to be the editor."
Mike Dempsey, managing editor, Timber Press: "It's always a joy/relief to be working with you. You make my job much easier." (April 2020)
Lee van der Voo, As the World Burns (2020, Timber Press): "I'm so grateful for the help you've given me these last weeks. I'm immensely thankful for your dedication and focus. There's just no doubt that you've improved this project immensely."
Daniel J. Hinkley, The Garden at Windcliff (2020, Timber Press): "It was pure pleasure working with my editor, Lorraine Anderson, who guided me with gentle questions to make my writing appear as if English were my first language."