I owe you a great debt of gratitude for taking me from the beginning of my efforts to write one novel to having created five books in the military thriller category.  I thought I was a good writer until  I met you.  With your guidance my rambling narratives became tighter, my plots more straightforward and my character development infinitely more finely drawn.  You brought my writing to a new level and helped my descriptive skills develop in new and more imaginative ways.  From an initial flat manuscript to commercial grade properties, I thank you for your thoughtful critiques, guiding hand, and everlasting support.
Major General Mari K. Eder U.S. Army, Retired