Bobbi Linkemer is an editor, ghostwriter, teacher, writing coach, and the author of 17 books, including a step-by-step workbook on How to Write a Nonfiction Book: From Concept to Completion in 6 Months, now in its fifth edition. Her other books on writing are Going Solo: How To Survive & Thrive as a Freelance Writer and The Invisible Author: Confessions of a Ghostwriter. She has also written extensively about communication, relationships in the workplace, professional image, meetings, and developmental disabilities.
Bobbi's articles have been published in corporate and university publications and the trade and national business press. She has also written audio, video, and print training programs on a wide variety of topics and taught classes in nonfiction book writing at the continuing education divisions of the University of Missouri-St. Louis, St. Louis Community Colleges, St. Charles Community College, and Lindbergh School District.
As the owner of a creative consulting firm for the past 20 years, Bobbi has worked with organizations in both the private and public sectors on projects ranging from annual reports to web sites. Her 40-year career has included all aspects of corporate communications, public relations, marketing, magazine writing and editing, and lecturing.
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