MC Simon, your writing and creative expression are as a breath of life and a clear and cool flowing of crystal waters, letting the turbulent undercurrents flow and resound to return to innermost depths. Within me is the desire to recognize a moment of silence in honor and tribute of you.

Ruby McGuire
Stephen Wilborne
Writer

Wonderful reading and increasingly so, by the way, much gratitude for all the inspiration and creativity you bring into being to the delight of one and all!!!

Ruby McGuire
Stephen Wilborne
Writer- feedback from the article One question for God

I really like how she has numbered many of her thoughts, as it lends itself to a technical manual, and you’re not getting lost in all the thoughts running together. It kind of even has a Lego affect to setting up your shop for writing… snap this here snap that here connect this dot with this dot and so on.

Lee Kelso
Lee Kelso
fragment from the book’s review

Your creativity and ever-unfolding narrative, it is but an honor to savor that which you hide,
and honor that which you share.

Ruby McGuire
Stephen Wilborne
Writer- feedback from the article 13 Writers talking about writing

MC thank you for the “plug” above, and you are truly correct! I struggled for many years until I found a personal coach. After that, it was just a matter of doing what he was teaching us to do and soon the “6 Figure Income” years started to happen. I also found that in order to succeed online that we needed to be “coachable”, and you are very good at that! I cannot see anything that’s going to stop you.

John Jarvis
John Jarvis
Internet Marketer – feedback from the article 4 Wrong Attitudes for Your Internet Business Success

Wow fellow friend with a big big imagination named M.C. Simon. My “eye” just read your article and I wish I could share all the connections that connected in my “third I” the one that absorbed the arrangement of the vessels of light or “the carriers” that help bring greater understanding to the fiction that is NON.

Lee Kelso
Lee Kelso
feedback from the article Fighting against adverbs

Fabulous post!! I’m saving this for later. I have to tell you I’m a three dot person too!!! Brilliant read, thanks for sharing and well done for winning the proofreading competition too! Sharing this post with my subscribers today, love it!

Ruby McGuire
Ruby McGuire
feedback from the article Don’t be a comma masochist! Hire a Commakaze!

I think I’m falling in love! Sounds like a treasure what you share with us, definitely made my morning coffee very interesting.

Nina Buru
Nina Buru
feedback from the article 22 Things you must know about Grammarly

Oh wow, wow, wow!!! This is exactly what I needed to read for inspiration. Thank you for sharing some much wonderful and practical advice. I’m awestruck with your truth and the beauty of your spirit. Forever in your debt MC, blessings upon blessings to you and the love you’re creating on earth.

Jeanine Lebsack
Jeanine Lebsack
feedback from the winning article My one best tip for writing

Wow there is a lot of power packed into this post MC…. I feel like I am cross (hybrid) of several and mainly a researcher and translator at least at first glance but can probably learn to adapt to all forms and technical seems to fit as well. Thanks for this post MC. I will have to chew on this one for a while and take some “discipline steroids” to get me through to the process…. I almost feel like I am trying to gather the stars and place them next to each other to bring the light in living color.

Lee Kelso
Lee Kelso
feedback from the article Who is a writer

This is very helpful. I am teaching a class this summer called, Am I A Writer?….I will be sure to share this with the class.

Jeanne Doyon
Jeanne Doyon
Christian Women's speaker – feedback from the article Who is a writer

There are a lot of strong points here, so I’ll just shoot thoughts as they come. As I’ve said before, it has your signature “light” writing style. A lot of people have sent material they’ve written for me to read, and though I’m glad to do it I must admit I put on the back burner for a while. That was not the case with your book. Most other writing is “heavy”, and usually by the time they are done making a point, they have an entire preamble you have to sit through. Its usually a yawn. The writing here does a fairly good job of pulling the reader in, because you are learning “with” them instead of instructing them in a dry manner.

Ruby McGuire
Arthur Karapetyan
fragment from the book’s review

Excellent blog – clear, supportive questions for you to consider before and after taking on a client or work. Thank you for this.

Irene Brankin
Irene Brankin
Writer/Coach – feedback from the article 22 Questions a good content writer should ask their client