Testimonials about Kim eley and kwe publishing llc
Angela Edwards, Author of “Gutsy Tales Off the Rails”
“Kim Eley has been wonderful to work with. Our group of storytellers decided to put our stories into a book, and Kim was there for us every step of the journey. She not only made the process painless, but turned it into a fun adventure for us all. Kim advised the group and guided us through the process while managing input from each individual. As if that weren't enough, she guided each of us through the same process with our own individual books. Kim is an amazing person with a can-do attitude, a sense of fun, and an amazing knowledge of publishing. I highly recommend working with Kim and KWE Publishing to anyone thinking of publishing their book. “
"The Weekend Writer's Retreat was exactly what I needed to light a fire under me and get me writing again. The workshops provided by Kim outlined the writing process, from start to finish, and the fellowship among the authors was phenomenal. I feel so blessed to have been a part of this amazing weekend. Not only did I start my book, but I also made some new friendships for life. Thank you again Kim - can't wait till the next one!!"
~Magdaline D., M.D.
Diana Parra, M.A.
Author of “Leading With a Broken Heart: Finding Gold in Our Darkest Moments.”
“Kim is a phenomenal writing coach and publisher. With her coaching I published my first book and met my publishing deadline. Throughout the process, Kim provided direction, excellent feedback, and insight. Her perspective was invaluable and with her guidance the integrity of my book and it's message were maintained. She was so fun to work with and her laughter is infectious. I highly recommend Kim and I look forward to working with her again in the future. “ ~Diana Parra, M.A.
“Kim Eley took my manuscript and turned it into a beautiful book! Her own publishing experience enabled her to give advice throughout the process. She was very helpful with details and even suggested a way to make the color of the text visually compatible with the illustrations in a pleasing way. Her many contacts made expertise available when needed to address unusual aspects. Graphic designers were called on for help for small details. As a first-time author with no knowledge of publishing protocol, I found her help essential and her resources invaluable.”
~Author of “Sheep & the Shepherd,” Manakin Sabot, VA