Kelley Lindberg

Kelley J.P. Lindberg has been a freelance writer for longer than she cares to admit. Although she started her career writing best-selling how-to books about software, she eventually came to her senses, got out of the software industry, and began writing articles and essays for magazines like Continuum, Sail, Cruising World, Simple Scrapbooks, Paper Crafts, Salt Lake Magazine, and American Baby; publishers such as Fodor’s Travel Guides; the anthology Chicken Soup for the Wine Lover’s Soul, and literary magazines such as In Layman’s Terms. She is in demand as a contract medical and business writer, and she has ghost-written several how-to crafting books and managed several special issue magazines. In her so-called free time, she writes adult and YA fiction, with her most recent short stories published in 99 Pine Street, The Citron Review, and in the Tellables app for the Amazon Alexa platform.

Kelley Lindberg