You are outstanding at your job and it has been a privilege to work with you!
The impact factor for the journal Critical Care Resuscitation has moved to 3.32 [from 2.15], which is sensational, and places us ahead of critical care journals that have been around for > 20 years and have much greater history than us. We are now no. 7 [formerly 18] in the world in critical care medicine! Thank you for making this possible...

Professor Rinaldo Bellomo, Editor in Chief, Critical Care Resuscitation

I want to compliment you on your generous and expert support of Westmead's NHMRC project grant submissions. Your careful and detailed critique and correction of my group's applications was invaluable. English isn't the first language for a number of the researchers in my lab...and for those with more advanced writing skills you helped strip off encrusted bad habits. The few other groups that I've spoken to appeared to benefit just as much. Many thanks.

Professor David Harris, Professor of Medicine, Sydney Medical School, Westmead, University of Sydney

You did a marvellous job of the editing – really clear, easy to follow and such attention to detail -- Thanks so much

D. Cousins, PhD Candidate, University of Newcastle


I love [your] work! Great stuff. We will add your company to our list of preferred suppliers.

Meat and Livestock Australia


Olivia Wroth and SuperScript Writing are favoured contractors of The Word Farmer. The majority of copy for each edition of Meat and Livestock Australia's Feedback magazine is sub-edited by Olivia. She pays attention to detail, is not afraid to pick up the telephone to double check information and is efficient and reliable. Olivia's veterinary background makes her a valuable addition to a team specialising in communications in the red meat industry.

Kellie Penfold, The Word Farmer


Thank you for your excellent work. Nothing more is needed from our end, the team thought you did a terrific job picking through our report with such a tight deadline.

Andrew McAlister, NSW Ministry of Health

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