“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
For many people, writing can be tedious and boring. For me, it’s my favorite place to be. You see, I am slightly obsessed with the creative process and all that it has to offer. And every writing projects gives me an opportunity to tell a story, create a visual image, or clarify a thought.
As a Fellow in the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy (AHP), I spent 35+ years as a nonprofit executive, giving the disadvantaged hope and providing tools for them to lead better lives. I did a lot of writing during that time. And, it made me feel good to impact someone’s life in a positive way.
Now that I'm retired from my day job, I have dedicated myself to writing for nonprofits and businesses all over the world to help sharpen their messaging and grow their bottom-line. To be honest, I'm not your average copywriter because technically, I'm retired. I do this because I love it and want to help struggling organizations. And, yes, that means I'm less expensive. Why? Because I remember how difficult it is to find the necessary resources to hire professional copywriters. Too often, organizations are forced to rely on staff who aren't trained as writers or hire high-priced writers that may approach the project in a one-size fits all way.
That's not me.
My only goal is to help you be all that you can be. And to do that, I have to listen. To your hopes and dreams. To your goals and objectives. And, to your frustrations and struggles.
So, what's my background?
With a Masters Degree in Theater, I come to storytelling naturally. I also write murder mysteries and have eight novels and two short story books on Amazon.com with a strong fan base. In 2019, I was honored to be asked to write a book for Vision House, a local nonprofit serving the homeless to chronicle their 30-year history.
I teach the craft of storytelling through Green River College and have written for Patch.com as well as monthly articles for the Renton Reporter. I have just finished a comic book for KingConNW and serve on the organizing committee for the Seattle Film Summit, writing most of their promotional copy.
All in all, I love to write. And, I’d love to write for you. Let’s work together and maybe, just maybe, we could help to change the world!