Creative thinker | methodical and precise | dedicated and thoughtful

“Erin has the perfect balance of creative thinking and organizational prowess that is often uncommon in a writer. She is methodical and precise in her approach to a subject, but uncovers many narrative gems along the way that could be missed by a less experienced writer. Erin is a quick learner, smart, thoughtful, and inquisitive.”

— Carey Cowles, managing editor at Elsevier

“Erin’s skills as a writer allowed her to thrive as senior staff writer at EyeWorld (the official news magazine of the American Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgery), whether she was working on a story for an issue or covering content onsite at a meeting. She balanced both domestic and international travel covering medical conferences and writing numerous pieces for the monthly issues.”

–Ellen Stodola, EyeWorld senior staff writer/digital editor


“Erin L. Boyle has a gift that most writers treasure in an editor, or would treasure should they would be fortunate enough to experience it. She blends the skill to help a writer’s work sing on key while never crossing the line that disrespects a writer’s style and integrity. Sensitivity and respect shine through each suggestion that she makes. I feel honored, and somehow comforted, when I know that Erin is editing my work.”

Carol Bradley Bursack, elder care author, blogger, columnist, and mentor

“Erin is the best editor I’ve worked with since a newspaper published my first article in 1949. She not only catches all of my typos and other mistakes, but also improves the organization of what I write when it is necessary. Her edits always help to clarify what I was trying to say. And yet she edits with a light hand, never going farther than necessary. She treats me with respect.”

David Mendosa, diabetes patient expert, journalist, book author

“Aside from being a talented writer, Erin is a dedicated, thoughtful, and inspirational editor. What makes Erin stand out as an editor is her dedication to quality journalism and her creative vision – she knows exactly what direction projects should go in the future and how to get there.”

Lauren Lipuma, science writer, public information specialist/writer at the American Geophysical Union