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Our client list consists of talented authors with unique writing styles who have something important to share.


Linda Joy Myers, Ph.D. is the President and founder of the National Association of Memoir Writers. She is the award-winning author of Don’t Call Me Mother: Breaking the Chain of Mother Daughter Abandonment, and Becoming Whole: Writing Your Healing Story. Linda Joy is a therapist, speaker, and writing coach, and offers online teleseminars on memoir writing.

Claudine Wolk is the author of It Gets Easier! ...and Other Lies We Tell New Moms. She is a nationally known speaker and columnist who writes on new mother issues in newspapers, magazines, websites, and blogs. Her workshops on all subjects of motherhood including New Mom Issues and Mothers Heading Back into the Workforce are fun, interactive and informative. Read more about Claudine at


Elizabeth Weintraub is the author of The Real Estate Short Sale.  She has an extensive background in real estate spanning more than 30 years, including experience in related industries such as title and escrow. She is a full-time broker-associate at Lyon Real Estate's midtown Sacramento, CA. office and is recognized as a top producer. Elizabeth writes for the New York Times-owned site at


Kimberley Lovato is a freelance travel and food writer, originally from Burbank, California.  Her articles have appeared in various newspapers, magazines and online media around the United States and in Europe.  She also writes a monthly blog about life as an expat.  Kimberley currently lives in Brussels, Belgium with her husband and daughter.  For more about Kimberley, visit her website  


Michael R. Powers is Professor of Risk Management and Insurance at Temple University's Fox School of Business, and Distinguished Visiting Professor of Finance at Tsinghua University's School of Economics and Management.  He serves as chief editor of both the Journal of Risk Finance and the Asia-Pacific Journal of Risk and Insurance, and has co-edited scholarly books on no-fault insurance and global risk management.  



Dr. Steven Porter began his involvement in politics in the 1960's working for reform Democratic candidates including NY Senator Robert Kennedy's 1968 presidential campaign.  Dr. Porter ran for the United States Congress in both 2004 and 2006.  He earned BS, MA, PhD an PD degrees in Fine Arts and Educational Administration.  He has received many award and honors, including two Grammy Awards for the Rod Serling School of Fine Arts which he founded.



Richard S. Jaffe, author of Divine Injustice, has removed more innocent men from death row than any other attorney in the nation.  He is a writer, guest columnist, guest television analyst, speaker and senior attorney with the Birmingham law firm of Jaffe, Strickland, Drennan and Dodd.  Jaffee has handled more than 250 homicide cases and more than 60 capital cases.  He is the recipient of numerous honors and awards for his 33 years of work in the criminal defense field.



Christopher Baughman, author of Off the Street, has been in law enforcement for 11 years and an investigator for 8.  Christopher specializes in gang and vice crimes and has solved nationally recognized cases.  He is the lead investigator on Las Vegas' P.I.T. Team (Pandering Investigation Team) and teaches the anatomy of pandering investigations to detectives and heads of other law enforcement agencies.  Christopher's investigations and team have been featured on Dateline NBC with Chris Hansen.  He is commonly sought out as an expert in these matters by members of the FBI, IRS, Federal Parole and Probation departments and the television show CSI.    



Nina Amir, author of How to Blog a Book,  is a seasoned journalist, nonfiction editor, author, publishing consultant and mentor, workshop leader, and speaker with more than 30 years of experience in the publishing field. She is the founder of Write Nonfiction in November, a blog and writing challenge, and currently writes three other blogs, including How to Blog a Book and Write Nonfiction Now! Amir also serves as the national Jewish Issue Examiner at and her work appears on the blog circle at  



Gavin Ehringer, author of Coming to the Fire, holds a BA degree in history/political science and has post graduate work in international relations/journalism.  For 18 years, he was a columnist and feature article writer for the world's most popular horse magazine, Western Horseman, and currently writes feature articles for Horse & Rider.  He is a contributing writer to Dog Fancy, the world's most circulated pet magazine.  Book titles include: 100 Best Guest Ranch Vacations in North America, Rodeo in America, Rodeo Legends, Roofs & Rails and Truckin' & Trailerin'.  He is a three-time winner of the American Quarter Horse Association Steeldust Award for large-market column writing.  



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