Testimonials

“Lisa Ferland’s help was invaluable for self-publishing my book. She taught me some functions I never knew Microsoft had (kerning, anyone?), and her advice made me aware of what to look out for when formatting a book.

Moreover, she pays a great attention to detail and to the book’s aesthetic look and feel.In other words, Lisa will not just make a book for you. She will make you a beautiful-looking book that you (and your readers!) will be happy to read, look at and enjoy."  ~Olga Mecking, writer, publisher of One Chance in a Thousand. A Holocaust Memoir 

“It’s so challenging when you have a book that you know will serve the needs of others, fill a pain-point in the marketplace, and provide value but you don’t how to get it out to others. I know that it takes financial resources that us boot-strapped folk don’t often have.

Learning from Lisa about how she turned her idea into a best-selling book, held in the hands of her tribe and not just collecting proverbial dust in her computer, is incredibly valuable information!” ~Ambra Jo Junquiero, Ambra Jo Design Co

 

“Lisa was amazing to work with.  I was privileged to be one of the authors on her Knocked Up Abroad series of books and was astounded by the amount of time and effort she put into it.

Her input was amazing, a truly extraordinary person who delivers what she promises.” ~Rosemary GillanKnocked Up Abroad Again and Once Upon an Expat

 

 “I was incredibly impressed with Lisa’s organizational and managerial skills when she sought to fund the second volume of the Knocked Up Abroad book series.

Through her leadership, flexibility, and innovation, she was able to quickly change plans to go with what works for raising money. ~Vanessa Jencks, rue Run Media (theBeijinger | beijingkids | JingKids)

 

“It was an absolute pleasure working with Lisa on the Knocked Up Abroad Series and Kickstarter campaign. As contributors, Lisa kept us fully informed and engaged throughout the whole process, which I really appreciated.

Her commitment to getting this project more than fully funded was unswerving, and her passion nothing less than inspiring.” ~Lucille Abendanon, Expitterpattica.com