Brenda Moore Robinson, president of Potent Pen, offers powerful editing, ghostwriting, and copywriting services to authors, individuals, and businesses, bringing good forms of expression into the realm of the outstanding.
Editorial consultant Brenda Moore Robinson is an accomplished editor and publication advisor. She is widely known for making your writing look good and catching embarrassing spelling, grammatical, punctuation and content mistakes that spell checkers and even other editors miss.
She is the founder of Potent Pen (www.PotentPen.com), a company that specializes in editing nonfiction and fiction books and articles, as well as web writing and consulting. Her blog is at www.potentpenperusal.wordpress.com
David J. Pollay, author of the hit book, The Law of the Garbage Truck (Sterling Publishing, a Barnes and Noble company), calls Brenda “one of the best copy editors in the publishing business.”
International bestselling author Steve Siebold (How Rich People Think and Die Fat or Get Tough) agrees, “I know hundreds of editors around the world, and Brenda Robinson is always my #1 recommendation."
It’s true, they say, because she has “a keen editing eye,” “always finds something to improve,” “goes beyond style books” with “valuable suggestions and opinions,” “becomes a writing partner,” and is a “great person to work with.”
Besides being a top editor, Brenda is a humorous speaker, honing her skills at the renowned Bill Gove Speech Workshop and in her past Toastmasters club in Florida, where she was honored as “Toastmaster of the Year.” She first learned public speaking skills as a professional actress when she was a founding member of Bob Carter’s Actor’s Workshop & Repertory Co., a repertory theater in West Palm Beach, in the 1980s.
She is credited with starting the first children’s and teens acting day camp in South Florida. She also worked for the Palm Beach County non-profit ARC for several years, as a puppeteer for the Kids on the Block Troupe. The shows taught schoolchildren about several disabilities.
On Brenda’s spiritual side, she currently serves as public relations director of Unity of Delray Beach.
Brenda is married and she and husband Dick, a professional copywriter, have one daughter, Kelly, an editor/writer, who lives in Seattle.