Who? Editor Producer Gardener Cook Testimonials OLGA GARDNER GALVIN Who? Editor Producer Gardener Cook Testimonials OLGA GARDNER GALVIN
This is what happened when I asked my friends to write me some testimonials. A few of these statements are even true.
Olga Gardner Galvin, book editor, narrative structure and development consultant for small businesses, book production services for self-publishers “If you want to find some quality friends, you gotta wade through all the dicks first.” — Eric Cartman
“If you want to find some quality friends, you gotta wade through all the dicks first.” — Eric Cartman OLGA GARDNER GALVIN
“My biggest win from Olga was understanding how to create a world that is custom-tailored for me and that allows me to work in my genius zone and reach the losers who need my help the most.” — Lisanne Heyward “At this point I’m only on Facebook for Olga.” Laura Marie Gilbert “Olga has a wonderful sense of humor but chooses to share it sparingly with a choice selection of individuals. I consider myself an honored member of this group and would do nothing to jeopardize my position.” Audrey Luce “Olga is just too damned good at everything! So much so that the rest of us should flat out give up. Publishing and copywriting  she’s done that. Novelist — check. Comedy  sure. Directing, graphic design, knitting  yep, yep, and yep. Don’t kid yourself, Olga is a bona fide, one-person Renaissance. Oh yeah, there’s gardening, too. And don’t get me started on her cooking, I’ll salivate all over the page. Face it, folks: Olga’s got mad skillz   and she’s not afraid to use them.” Helene Fluhr Hinsey “Olga diagnosed my kidney problem via the internet, and sent me some low-cost vitamin supplements that really worked! I’ve never felt better.” Doug Reed “When it was suspected that our cat, Pansy, had a urinary-tract infection, it was Olga who came to the rescue and saved our lives.   After 16 unsuccessful hours of trying to get Pansy to pee in a cup, I felt physically sick from worry. It was Olga who suggested, ‘Just use a little broth.’ She explained that if the vet detected the high-sodium level of the broth, they would prescribe the same exact meds as those needed for the suspected infection.    “When the vet tested Pansy’s ‘sample,’ he also detected a high amount of arsenic! Go figure! My wife had been trying to poison me!    “My wife has been jailed, my stomachaches are gone, and Pansy was treated. She has stopped using the litter box and only pees on my bed, though. Thank you, Olga!” Jeffrey Hayes “Olga’s unauthorized autobiography, How I Invented Helium, was a revelatory epiphany for me. I can now fecklessly tread on sidewalk cracks with somnolent abandon and I’ve nearly tripled my miniature tuba collection. Moreso . . .” Thomas B. Scott “Olga’s honest assessments helped me see through the veneer of pronouncements of the world that proclaimed exuberant adoration for miniscule- digited disciplinarians devoted to elevating alabaster prosperity-driven beings to a level of presumably benevolent plutarchy that rewards with sweet desserts.” Karen Wall “I learned to drink whiskey and wrote a book on it because of Olga’s longtime passion for the fermented cereal grains.” Warren Bobrow “When Olga went electric at the Newport Folk Festival, she sent shockwaves through the music world which reverberate to this very day.” Doug Reed
This is what happened when I asked my friends to write me some testimonials. A few of these statements are even true.
Olga Gardner Galvin: book editor, narrative structure and development consultant for small businesses, book production services for self-publishers