What authors, readers and editors say about Deborah Wilbrink:
I just wanted to thank you for the work done on our book. I am really happy at how professional it looks and am looking forward to giving to my children and grandchildren! –Anne Strang, co-author, Growing Up in Glasgow, A Conversation Between Two Sisters
Deborah, It has been such a joy working with you. I not only have a beautiful finished book, but in the process have made a sweet friend. You have made publishing my book easy. Thank you sincerely. –Gigi Goodall, author, Do You Love Me?
I got your edits. As usual they look fabulous, you can do such a great job! Your comments are hilarious. Unbelievable! Terrific! Thanks for everything.
Marilynn Mendell, author of Chicken Fat & Elbow Grease. WINSPIN CIC
Betsy Thorpe, author of The Day the Whistles Cried
The gift certificate for my mother arrived today! Beautiful!! Thank you soooo much! –Tami Wiese
I trusted your judgement and you did an excellent job on That’s the Gist of It, my illustrated autobiography.
– Thaddeus Martin, age 97. Thad passed away not long after publishing his book. Excerpts were read aloud by his minister at a Celebration of Life in 2013.
Remarkable writing and research. –Phil Sweetland, New York Times
I felt so amazingly comfortable with you; it was so easy for me to go back in and tap my experiences. This is going to fly so well!
– Dr. Staten C. Medsker, Jr., Chiropractor to the Stars, aka RockNDoc
Deborah, just a quick note about the Peter Rowan interview…WOW! Nice job! I enjoyed every minute of it and even read it over a second time without my editor eyeballs in. Thank you.
–Steve Sloan, Editor, FolkWax e-zine. Peter Rowan is a bluegrass icon.
Hi, Deborah… Just a note to thank you for the fine (and accurate!) “memory” of Ann’s show in Nashville. I was there – and I regret we did not get a chance to speak…I really respect and appreciate your wonderful translation of the evenings show with all of its nuances to pen and paper. You are a master.
–Bonnie Tallman, Saffire’s Ann Rabson’s manager.
I really enjoyed reading about Wayne Scott. His story is very inspirational to me since I am starting singing-songwriting in my forties. Your portrayal of Wayne was so vivid and so positive. I am going to have to print this out and keep it to read if I get discouraged. Thanks for a great story.
– Martha Ann, FolkWax reader, about Wayne Scott, who began singing his own songs at a late age.
Nashville-based writer Deborah Wilbrink, who interviewed Bobby Keys, did a spectacular job. It is really quite a breath-taking article.
–George Seedorf, Big City Blues magazine. Bobby Keys records and tours with the Rolling Stones and the Bobby Keys Band.
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