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What our clients are saying…

Sherry’s unflaggingly cheerful patience turned what might have easily been a stressful process into a joy each time we spoke. She’s indefatigable! Nothing brings her down. Her sensitivity to the nuanced design the subject matter required in nearly every detail, and her creative solutions to tricky issues left me in awe of my good fortune.

Rachel Martin, PhD

Editor, "Sunset, Sunrise: Reflections of a Jewish Educator and Holocaust Survivor" (by self-published author, Solomon Goldman)

Highest praise for the graphic design and obvious depth of creativity, skill, imagination, and ability to execute other’s visions as well as her own. I have seen and personally engaged many graphic artists in my published works in music, medicine, psychology and theology and have found none with the ability to create a design better able to prove that a picture is worth a thousand words!

Richard H. Cox, MD, PhD

"Performing to the Max!" (Catsworth Press)

A special thanks to Sherry Loveless, who served as coordinator and project manager, for her sometimes herculean efforts to bring authors together, coordinate conversations, serve as liaison between the editors, authors, and publisher, and essentially both make the process workable, and ultimately make this book a reality. In no uncertain terms, this could not have been achieved without her tireless labor, eagerness to help, and boundless optimism and amiability.

J. Giordano, PhD and B.Gordijn, PhD

"Scientific and Philosophical Perspectives in Neuroethics" (Cambridge University Press)

Sherry is, as General Gray often says, a ‘superb professional’ no author has more needed her very able assistance. Thank you, Sherry! 

I hope General Gray won’t mind if I follow his lead in saying, ‘Thanks for your superb effort!’

Scott Laidig

"Al Gray, Marine" book series (Potomac Institute Press)

Wow! It’s a handsome book. Congratulations to the publisher for a fine job of layout, type font selection, and all the rest. It’s really well done.

Professor John F. “Joe” Guilmartin Jr.

Lieutenant Colonel, United States Air Force (Ret.) (Potomac Institute Press)

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