Joanne values the connections she’s made with other people in the industry. Here are some of the ways she’s making an impact.
“I’ve known Joanne for years through writers’ conferences, and I’ve always been impressed with her tender heart, her love for the Lord, and her compassion for people. When God put it on our hearts for her to become my new virtual assistant, I was overjoyed with her enthusiasm. She has proven to be incredibly valuable with her attention to detail, her organizational skills, her ability to communicate clearly and positively, and most important, her faithful prayers for me.” ~ Kathy Ide, Author/Editor/Writers’ Conference Director
“I had the joy of meeting Joanne Reese almost ten years ago at Mount Hermon Christian Writers Conference. Since then, I have seen her grow in the craft, reap the rewards of hard work and dedication, and become a faithful encourager and supporter of her fellow writers. Her commitment to excellence and heart for serving will benefit every author that she works with.” ~ Jeanette Hanscome, author of Suddenly Single Mom: 52 Messages of Hope, Grace, and Promise
“Joanne Reese is a former writing student of mine and I am so pleased to endorse her as a person and writer. She has a clear and readable writing style, an ability to interview and then weave the information into fine articles, and to inspire readers with her devotions. But most of all, I admire Joanne as a woman who loves God and is devoted to her family and friends. I feel blessed to know her.”
~ Karen O’Connor, Harvest House author
“In working with Joanne Reese on her first novel, I was impressed with both her professionalism and her innate understanding of story. That is a rare skill set, especially when combined with an integrity that comes from a deep connection with God. Couple that with her warm ability to communicate and you have what you need. There are few like her.”
~ Nancy Rue, From Shadow To Shelf Writers Mentorship Program
“Joanne is committed to excellence and going the extra mile. Helping others isn’t just a job for her. It’s a ministry. In using her gifts to serve God and others, she is dedicated to bringing out the best in everything.” ~ Cheryl Ricker, coauthor of Rush of Heaven and Josiah’s Fire