What people I've worked with say

Martha is an incredibly patient editorial director who led a team of writers in New York and Washington D.C. She is able to fully immerse herself in understanding the client’s core business and translating that to usable web content for the end-user. She is a trusted mentor whom I would happily work with again.
— Jacqueline Ng, Director, Global Digital at Clinique
Martha is one of my favorite authors of all time. She delivered exactly what we asked for in a very timely fashion, and happily revised when asked. And she was a lot of fun to work with, besides! She also proved to be a very creative and tireless promoter for the books.
— Andrea Au Levitt Senior Editor at Reader's Digest
Martha is an excellent writer. She is creative, detailed, and extremely knowledgeable. I recommend her services wholeheartedly!
— Maria Coder Founder at Bed & Brunch pr
I cannot say enough good things about Martha Garvey. She is bright, articulate, talented, professional, and always client-focused. She is an incredible writer and she has an amazing ability to take what can be complex content and make it interesting and easy to digest. She and her GSA team are one of the most well-oiled, cohesive teams I have ever worked with in my 23+ year career. Her digital and social media knowledge are unparalleled. This is because Martha has a thirst for knowledge and she will take every opportunity to learn new skills and build upon the incredible skills she already has. She is also the ultimate employee - meaning, if there is a Speaker, a social gathering, a fundraising event, a training session, you name it, Martha will attend. She is a champion for our organization and I so appreciate that enthusiasm and passion to always learn and grow.
— Pam Morrisroe Managing Director - East, Geometry Global
[My Fat Dog] has all the information to get your pet fit and trim again.
— Christie Keith, Sacramento Bee
“...these quick, easy-to-follow guides are just what the veterinarian ordered to help fat felines and plump pooches slim down.”
— St. Louis Post-Dispatch