Warm Fuzzies


Some words can just make you feel all warm and fuzzy.

“[Thanks to] Amy Schneider who actually made copyedits fun . . .” ~CJ Lyons


“I’m so glad we ‘discovered’ you at WordCrafters! You were always our favorite copyeditor, and I’m glad the relationship worked out so well for both of us.”

~ Linda Zuk

Co-founder of WordCrafters Editorial Services; production editor for more than 30 years

“Thank you very much, Amy. Wishing you the best. Looking forward to new opportunities to benefit from your services.”

~ Independent publisher

The Ninth Step by Grant Jerkins

“Amy Schneider is an AMAZING copy editor. She is completely in tune with what I’m trying to do with my writing and a huge asset to me. I missed her input last time. I genuinely hope Amy is part of the editing process on future books.”

~ Grant Jerkins

A Very Simple Crime / The Ninth Step

“Yay! I’m so glad to get Amy again. You can tell her I wrote with her in mind—every time I was tempted to let a small detail slide with a thought of ‘Oh, no one will notice that,’ I then thought, ‘Well, Amy will notice it.’ And changed it.”

~ Kate Quinn

Mistress of Rome / Daughters of Rome / Empress of the Seven Hills

Daughters of Rome by Kate Quinn
Magic Slays by Ilona Andrews

“@amyjschn ‘Pinch me, I’m dreaming! Yet another fiction author loved my copyediting.’ Make that one more. OMG, the character list and timeline . . . Nobody does those anymore. This ‘rush fantasy’ author thanks you.”

~ Ilona Andrews (via Twitter)

Magic Slays

“This was an excellent copyeditor—please pass on our thanks to her.”

~ Lynne Rossetto Kasper and Sally Swift

The Splendid Table's How to Eat Weekends

How to Eat Weekends by Lynne Rossetto Kasper and Sally Swift
The Betrayed by Lisa T. Bergren

“Special thanks to . . . the incomparable copyeditor, Amy Schneider, who kept track of me from start to finish on the Gifted series.”

~ Lisa T. Bergren

The Begotten / The Betrayed / The Blessed

“The changes Amy made to the glossary were all excellent, as usual. She is very careful and very thorough. . . . I am very, very grateful for her corrections. When my oldest two children were in high school, Josh used to ask his sister Heidi to ‘take the ickkie out’ of his term papers. . . . I am glad that Amy took the ickkie out of my work before it got to the bookstores.”

~ Greg Francis, coauthor

Physics: A Conceptual World View, 7th edition

Physics - A Conceptual World View by Kirkpatrick Francis