Dear John and Darlene,

I have just laid my hands on Fire 3, and it is with immense gratitude that I write you to thank you sincerely for all the labor you put into it. It looks terrific! Once again, you have managed to produce a harmonious page, or set of two pages at a time, coordinating beautifully so many different elements. I know the Hebrew fonts were a major headache, and I can assure you we will not have a repeat performance of that. So before I produce another manuscript, I will consult you carefully and follow your instructions. My inclination, though, is to minimize use of Hebrew letters drastically. You must agree, however, that a page like 683 is most impressive to a biblical connoisseur! In the end, I haven’t detected a single error in the Hebrew.

Once again, thank you for a job done extraordinarily well, and may God always reward all your efforts.

Sincerely your friend,
Br. Simeon

The automatic filter and e-book quality control error reporting facility that you built for us has been an extremely useful tool. We have reduced time of production per title while keeping the quality of our product line very high. We have used it for over 300 e-books to date.
— M.A., E-book Editor, Ignatius Press

“I was pulling my hair out for three weeks trying to get my self-published Children’s Picture Book [Tara’s Lookout] on Kindle. I had done all the steps that Kindle Direct Publishing and all the blogs recommended—formatted in Microsoft Word, saved as a HTML file—and I was still getting a terrible result in the Kindle Previewer; random missing pages, black boxes, pages out of order, and a funky fluorescent green hue.

Enter Loyola Graphics. I found them on Craigslist and within two days my book was looking great and for sale electronically on Amazon. Loyola’s staff was friendly, informative and reasonably priced. I’d recommend them in a heartbeat.”

Eugene Caputi, author/illustrator

John completed a working fillable PDF contract form for us to our specifications on time and on budget. The work was so good we came back a few weeks later for a second project.