Because I have digital, literary, and graphic art skills, I mistakenly thought I could get my own book uploaded to KDP in a visually pleasuing fashion. Nope! I can’t express how grateful I am, not only for Charity Walton’s technical skill, but for the professional, timely, courteous, creative, affordable, thoughtful way she engaged with me as a client. It is my pleasure to recommend Charity & Good Shepherd Publications with confidence and enthusiasm!

–Margot Starbuck; author and speaker

My husband grew up Amish, and for many years we dreamed of writing a book based on his wild and crazy teenage years. When we finally wrote Runaway Buggy, we were halfway to where we needed to be—we had a manuscript, but how would it end up in a book? That’s where Charity Walton stepped in. She made the rest happen. She took our typed words and turned them into a book we were proud to share and sell. Runaway Buggy was a self-publishing smash hit, and led to nine more Amish novels. I can’t thank Charity enough for playing such a significant role in our self-publishing business!

–Carol Duerksen, author of Runaway Buggy

I’m a first-time author writing my first book. Trying to download the book to Amazon KDP is a daunting task. Their restrictions on interior and cover design formatting is very difficult. My front and back cover was rejected 3 times before I found Charity. She submitted it and it was accepted the first time.

After I received my proof copy, the interior that someone else had submitted just wasn’t right with the margins. Charity made the front and back cover even better, proofread the entire book, and reformatted it to KDP. Both were accepted right away and she also helped with the actual uploading of the document.

I couldn’t be more proud of this book, but without Charity’s help there is no way it would look this good!

Charity is one-in-a-million with her talents and great communication skills. She is right there with you till it passes her strict guidelines. Doing this work is very tedious, but she loves it!

No need to look anywhere else for help with your book!

–Scott Smith, author of Thriving in the Tennis Business