Lynne Klippel has had a lifelong love affair with books since she was a baby, thanks to her mother who instilled a deep love of reading, learning, and helping others.


Her first ‘real job’ at age 13 was in her local public library, shelving books, working the check out desk, and reading stories to children.

With a BS in Education and a Master’s in Occupational Therapy, years of corporate training experience, and a flair for making complex information accessible, Lynne is a popular teacher and speaker who helps people see what to do and why it will help them reach their goals.  Lynne enjoyed a rewarding corporate career as a medical librarian, researcher, and directing medical library services for a large multi-hospital system before she left that world to devote herself to full-time publishing and book coaching.  Oh her final day as a library administrator, she was given a corporate award for being the "Most Innovative"- a high honor she will always cherish.

The author of 9 books thus far, Lynne has experienced the disappointment of writing a book that did not sell well and the joy of achieving best-seller status twice.

As a ghostwriter, she’s able to step into the shoes of her clients and write in their voice, even when they are very different from her everyday persona. A trained and certified coach, Lynne brings deep listening, encouragement, and results to her work with authors.

Since 2003, Lynne’s published books, information products, audio programs, and home-study courses for satisfied clients all over the world. With her values of honesty, integrity, and empowerment, Lynne prides herself in encouraging and inspiring authors to share their unique wisdom and bless the world.

In 2012, Lynne fulfilled a life-long dream and moved her business and her family to the Andes Mountains in southern Ecuador. She relishes having an international business and writing in such a beautiful and peaceful setting. It amazes her that she can talk on the phone with clients from the US and Canada in the morning and then go to an indigenous market to buy farm-fresh produce in the afternoon. To read about Lynne's Ecuadorian adventures on her personal blog go to