Hollay Ghadery has 14 years of experience working as a writer, editor, content manager and creative consultant for businesses and individuals from around the globe. Over the years, she’s worked with some of the most impressive companies in the marketing industry, as well as some of the most creative minds in the literary world.

Hollay has her BAH in English Language and Literature from Queen’s University, as well as her Masters of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from the University of Guelph. Her short-stories, poetry and non-fiction have appeared in literary journals across Canada, including The Malahat Review, Grain, The Fiddlehead and Room. She has also received grants for her projects.

Hollay and her team have an astounding breadth of knowledge and expertise. Contact them for more information about their professional writing, editing and consulting services.



Lauren Lewthwaite is a freelance translator and editor. She holds a Bachelor of Arts with a Specialization in French-Spanish-English Translation from the University of Ottawa. A native of Ajax, Ontario, she has a passion for reading, editing, and translating. She loves to travel and experience different cultures; her most notable experience so far was a translation internship in Costa Rica.


Jessica A. Fox is a freelance writer, blogger and graduate of Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT). She's a whimsical country girl and aspiring writer that’s working towards publishing her first novel.


Lauren Carter is a freelance writer and editor as well as a novelist, short story writer and poet. Her journalism work has appeared in the Globe and Mail, the Toronto Star, National Geographic Traveler, Canadian Geographic, Arthur Frommer's Budget Travel and several other print and online publications. Her first novel, Swarm, was listed by CBC as one of the Top 40 books that could change Canada. 

Erin Foley  is a writer and editor living in Kingston, Ontario. A graduate of Queen's University, Erin is creator, curator and director of Thrive Reading Series. And a truly gifted knitter. 


Lorin Yelle has been playing poker professionally for years and has been chronicling his journey on his personal blog for the past seven. He holds a BA in communications and sociology from the University of Louisville.