Inconceivable: A Medical Mistake, the Baby We Couldn’t Keep, and Our Choice to Deliver the Ultimate Gift
“This book would not have been possible without the amazing work of our collaborating writer Danelle Morton. Danelle, thank you for your countless hours of shaping, editing, and writing! Your insights and keen eye for how to arrange a well-told story have been priceless, and your patience and grace through the challenging moments did not go unnoticed. We are especially grateful for the way you motivated us to write through the most painful memories. You said we would be better for it. You were right. We cannot wait to see what you do next, as it seems that everything you touch turns to gold!”
— from the acknowledgments of “Inconceivable”
Staying True — Jenny Sanford
“Danelle and I worked together beautifully during an incredibly emotional time for me and with an extremely tight schedule. Her literary skills, inquisitive nature and real life experiences and professionalism helped make the entire process successful and fun!”
— Jenny Sanford
Not My Boy – Rodney Peete
“I had the joy and pleasure of working with Danelle Morton. As a first time writer, I needed someone with experience and great patience. Her background allowed her to relate to the many experiences I had to share. Danelle was so easy to work with and her interviewing style brought out emotions I had not felt for years. She helped me vividly recall the experiences and episodes that gave my book the impact l was looking for.”
— Rodney Peete
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You’re Lucky You’re Funny: How Life Becomes a Sitcom – Phil Rosenthal
“I had the supreme pleasure of working with Danelle on my book, You’re Lucky You’re Funny: How Life Becomes a Sitcom.
quite simply, I couldn’t have done it without her. Her skills as an interviewer and then as an editor and adviser were invaluable. I might add she’s quite lovely and wonderful to have around. A total joy, and one I hope to have again. So please don’t use her, I want her to myself.”
— Phil Rosenthal
, creator and executive producer of Everybody Loves Raymond
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Are You Hungry, Dear? — Doris Roberts
“I was married to a writer, Bill Goyen, and have been a lifelong reader, but I never thought I’d be capable of writing a book. That was until I met Danelle. We had a wonderful time together sitting in my kitchen examining the episodes of my life as we searched for just what these stories meant over the course of the years. We cried when I shared the story of my second husband’s death. And we laughed too many times to count. The finished product was something I would be proud of even if it hadn’t become a bestseller. And I will always treasure those afternoons I spent with Danelle.”
— Doris Roberts
The Healing Power of Pets – Dr. Marty Becker
Danelle Morton was a delight to work with from the first hello until the last goodbye. Although the later never happened because we remain great friends after an incredibly complicated and intensive book project, and that in itself, shouts loudly as to why I so highly recommend her. You can get a lot of work done, have harmony doing it, and remain friends afterwards. Danelle has an unparalleled capacity to create a book proposal that doesn’t just sell, it $ells! A book proposal from her has publishers salivating like Pavlov’s dogs. After we sold the book for a whopping advance, she put together a wonderful game plan for writing the book, keeping us on task and on time. The creation of the book was a true collaborative process with lots of “atta-boys” and “good-girls” and together we attacked challenges head on and celebrated successes. One of the things I most appreciated about working with Danelle was although she caught me doing things right more often than not, when something wasn’t up to the standards of not just a good book, but a great book, she’d coach me and send me back to work until I had the piece perfect. High standards, hi jinks..we laughed the whole time we created an award winning book. Put your money where your mouth is and hire Danelle for your project. Like me, you’ll call the journey the “road to riches.”
— Dr. Marty Becker, veterinarian on Good Morning America
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