Shawn Smucker provides a professional and high quality writing service that aids individuals and organizations in telling their story in book form. He has co-written a variety of biographies and memoirs that tell important stories, collaborating with award-winning authors to shape, form, and help write their books.
“Shawn Smucker takes the time to truly listen and process the purpose of each writing assignment. Rather than taking a unilateral approach, he sits at the table and participates as a team player with everyone involved in the project and it shows in the writing. The books are on mission and hit the target. He’s a complete joy to work with.”
Charity Reeb, Project Coordinator for Dying Out Loud
“I can’t think of anyone who could have made me feel more comfortable and challenged at the same time. I was scared to death as I began to reveal who I really was and openly confess my scars from my past. He was able to guide me and nudge me in the right direction when I felt like the task was too overwhelming. You can trust Shawn with your very life.”
Anne Beiler, Twist of Faith
“It has been a fantastic experience to work with Shawn…Through his efforts we have been able to put together a powerful and compelling story that will touch many lives. Shawn brings a genuine spirit of caring and compassion to his writing, and I feel blessed to have had the opportunity to share in this process with him.”
Tim Kreider, Refuse to Drown
“Shawn was the most pleasant person with whom to work. He has incredible patience and ability, and he did an awesome job writing our book. We get so many positive comments on how well he put our story together.
Mike Lusby, And Then We Danced
“Shawn was given a tough assignment: Come into our lives when my husband was physically tired, in pain, and dying of cancer…..to write the story of my husband’s life when he was reticent to tell that story. Shawn’s kind and genuine personality put him at such ease that he openly shared his life. Shawn managed to capture not only the story, but also Stan’s voice.”
Ann Steward, Dying Out Loud