Here’s what our clients have to say about working with us:


age later

"Most of all, I am indebted to my coauthor, Toni Robino, and my editor, Doug Wagner, of Windword Literary Services. Many people ask how this book came to be, given that English is not my first language and my written words often show that. Toni read and listened to my words and then "translated" them into what you see on these pages, and Doug had our backs on every page. They worked tirelessly while being so kind and flexible and making this journey a pleasure every step of the way." —Nir Barzilai, M.D., Age Later (St. Martin's Press, New York, 2020)


“Thank you to Doug Wagner and Toni Robino at Windword Literary Services, who were wonderful collaborators through the entire book writing process, from concept development to dotting the last 'i.' Without them I couldn’t have done justice to the stories in this book or been comfortable letting go of them. If you need to hire a literary editorial team, these are your people.”
—Brad Aronson, HumanKind (LifeTree Media, Vancouver, 2020)

Higher Love

"I could not have written this book without first learning to write, and I have the utmost admiration for my writing coach, Toni Robino of Windword, who graciously led me through this many-year journey in the BookWalk program. And Windword's Doug Wagner is the reason this book is as well-written as we like to think it is. Doug taught me the nuances of transitions and the fine art of writing while he helped develop my first, second and sometimes fifth drafts into a far more polished book than I could have done without him."—Kit DesLauriers, Higher Love (Archer, New York, 2015)

Living Rich with Coupons

"And then there's Toni Robino of Windword Literary Services, my incredible writing coach. You are a guide, a cheerleader, a time manager, and a friend all rolled into one. Thank you for your tireless efforts to get this book completed."
—Cindy Livesey, Living Rich with Coupons: Empowering Smart Shoppers to Live Rich! (Windword, an imprint of Archer, New York, 2015)