“I hire Margo on an on-going basis to copyedit drafts of a graphic novel I’m producing. She consistently completes the assignments with detailed annotations regarding narrative clarity and consistency.” ~Tim Hammack, St Charles, MO
“I am a former student of one of WOW’s fantastic writing courses given by Margo Dill. I was also a client for her editing services. Having worked with numerous writing teachers, coaches, and editors in the course of my writing career, I must say that Ms. Dill stands, solidly, at the top of the pack.” ~Frances Brown writing as Claire Gem, Multi-published/award winning author.
(Click here to visit Claire’s website.)
“I highly recommend the services offered by Margo L. Dill. I have taken several of her classes offered by WOW and learned and benefited from each one. They fit nicely in my time and monetary budget.” ~Sheila Renfro
(Margo’s current WOW! Women On Writing course can be found here.)
“Margo Dill is a top-notch editor and a joy to work with. I’ve worked with Margo for the past ten years at WOW, where she is managing editor, instructor, blogger, and social media manager. She edits all of WOW’s e-zine articles, and critiques short stories for our contests. Margo will pore over every detail of your writing to transform it into a publishable manuscript. She weeds out typos, fixes grammar and punctuation issues, performs developmental edits, line edits—all with a keen editorial eye and an attention to your voice. I’ve hired her for ghostwriting projects as well. Margo’s technical and craft knowledge combined with her fierce work ethic and attention to deadlines assure that you’ll receive remarkable editing services. If you have the opportunity to work with Margo, you’ll feel as fortunate as I do. I give her my highest recommendation!” ~ Angela Mackintosh, publisher, WOW! Women On Writing
“Margo did a great job editing my first novel, Baker Mountain. Credit for much of its success belongs to her for helpful comments and great eye for writing technique.” ~Doyle Suit, St. Charles, MO
“I have taken multiple classes offered by Margo L. Dill, and I have used her editing services; I highly recommend both. She has a terrific eye for detail, which is good because I hate commas, semicolons, and automatic word checkers. I actually look forward to reading her comments about my novel because her suggestions and questions help guide me to add clarity and depth to my story. Working with Margo will guarantee one thing; she will help you become a better writer.” ~Betty L. Popp
“When I enrolled in Margo’s Writing For Children and Young Adults class, I wasn’t sure what to expect. She guided me through my first attempt to write a chapter book for young readers. Margo is an excellent editor, pointing out issues I didn’t know were problems and suggesting ways to fix them.” ~Gwendolyn Hooks (Twitter: @gwenthegreat)
Check out Gwen’s website here.
“I owe my renewed enthusiasm for my long-suffering novel to Margo’s WOW! Writing a Novel with a Writing Coach class. Her critiques were informative and respectful. I’m now refocusing the novel and will take this course again. I highly recommend Margo.” ~Elizabeth Maggio
“As I struggled with several issues on my middle grade novel, I signed up for one of Margo’s WOW! classes. Margo’s information and critiques were super helpful and put me back on the right track. The structure of the class was perfect for my busy schedule, and the motivation from Margo was just what I needed. I highly recommend Margo and Editor 911!” ~Kit Klein, St. Louis, MO
“Margo’s edits are clear, concise and insightful, and her comments helped me to better understand my characters and their motivations. Highly recommend.” ~Monica C.
” Margo Dill is amazing! She helped through the developmental stages of writing my first publishable work, a novella called He Said His Name Was Micah. She is also a wonderful line editor as well. I could not have finished my novella, which is coming soon in fall 2017. Check out tearrarhodes.com for more details and updates. I’d recommend her services to any author whether novice or experienced. The experience of writing my first novella was made all the more enjoyable and not as stressful by working with Margo Dill.” ~Tearra Rhodes
(Check out Tearra’s website here.)