Heather Angus-Lee works as an editor for your own book project – everything from storyboarding the idea, drafting overviews and chapters, to straight proofreading and critical analysis. As well, she ghost-writes books on behalf of clients, involving on-site and virtual interviews with the author. Learn more: 1-905-308-0038.
Here’s what some of her book clients say…
“I Write for a Living… I Learned a Lot from What Heather Taught Me…”
“Heather is someone who does absolutely outstanding editorial work, she is profoundly well-read, loves words and loves books, she is hard to beat. She is demanding, has extremely high expectations… she was my first editor and writing teacher 15 years ago when she published my columns.
I learned a lot from what she taught me, from what she rejected because it wasn’t good enough. Now I write for a living… in 2012 I flew her to Chicago to edit my latest book, “Evolution 2.0: Breaking the Deadlock Between Darwin and Design.” She took a rather turgid, difficult to read manuscript and made it wonderful. Highest recommendations for Heather Angus-Lee.”
– Perry Marshall, founder of Perry S. Marshall & Associates, Chicago, IL, best-selling author of The Ultimate Guide to Google AdWords, The Ultimate Guide to Facebook Advertising, and 80/20 Sales & Marketing.
“Believe the Hype! Heather is a Rare Talent”
“Heather Angus-Lee came highly recommended, and as we quickly found out, with very good reason. I had a six-month deadline looming with renowned publishing house, Penguin Random House, and just one problem… I needed an editor. Someone who could guide the process and make sure my deadline was met. What we got with Heather was so much more than that…
First of all, her objective viewpoint and insistence on the importance of the “traveler’s journey” (the reader) became our guiding light. Not only did she obsess over every word, she served as a mentor, explaining the rationale behind every suggested edit. She invested well beyond the time expected, truly doing whatever it took to get the job done – she even conducted dozens of client interviews on our behalf!
I can say with complete certainty that our book would not be the insightful, polished finished product it is today without Heather. She is a rare talent and I would enlist her service again in a heartbeat!”
– Bill Seagraves, founder and president, CatchFire Funding, author of Penguin Random House book, “Be Your Best Boss: Reinvent Yourself from Employee to Entrepreneur,” shipping in February 2016.
“Outstanding at Helping you Confront your Writing Project from the Eyes of your Audience…”
“Many service organizations under deliver on their commitments and often give their clients “want” they want, & not what they “need”. Heather Angus Lee is a writer, editor and coach who does both.
I have worked with her most recently on Dark Horse, a strategic sales book I authored, and she is outstanding at helping you confront your writing project from the eyes of your audience.
Heather embodies a unique blend of technical writing skills, and a coaching directness that helps you convey your message with clarity.
If you are looking for a writer, coach and mentor to help you elevate the quality of your project – Heather is your person.”
– Dan Mack, founder of Mack Elevation Forum and author of Dark Horse: How Challenger Companies Rise to Prominence.
“We Love Tough Love”
“We left the Skype call with you inspired and impressed. We’re both completely stoked to start working on making the book even better by implementing the changes you suggested. We both really appreciate you, your insight, and your support for the project which we can tell eclipses the fact we’re paying you. We love tough love. Thanks for being tough.”