You don't write about the horrors of war. No. You write about a kid's burnt socks lying in the road.
Richard Price

Lynn Bohart, FAHP
Founder and Principal

I am slightly obsessed with what it takes to tell a good story. Perhaps it's my background in theater. With a Master's Degree in theater (directing), I tend to see things from an audience's point of view.


What does that mean? It means I begin with the end in mind. How will the reader/viewer feel when the piece is over? 


As a Fellow in the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy (AHP), I spent 35+ years as a nonprofit executive, earning the highest level of accreditation. I spent my entire career writing brochures, newsletters, blog posts, newspaper articles, press releases, fundraising appeals and more. It was my job to find ways to encourage someone to take action. 

Now that I'm retired from my day job, I have dedicated myself to helping nonprofits  and businesses sharpen their messaging to grow their bottom-line.



Because I know how difficult it is for a small business or nonprofit to find the necessary resources to dig deep into messaging. They're too busy surviving. Instead, when it comes to messaging, they tend to fly by the seat of their pants.

I hope to remedy that.


More about me: In my spare time, I write murder mysteries. I have seven popular novels up on Amazon.com, all with 4-5 star reviews. I also teach writing through Green River Community College. Lastly, I wrote for Patch.com and provided monthly articles for two years for the Renton Reporter. 


I also have a list of professional resources available to me, including web designers, editors, and other writers, who I can rely on for help in delivering the best product.

​It would be my honor to help you. Please give me a call. (253) 326-9387 or email me a Lildog67@icloud.com.