Ken Walker

Ken Walker - Ghostwriter

Huntington, WV, USA

I have been a veteran freelance writer for numerous national publications. In recent years I have focused more on ghosting & editing.

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Overview

I'm a veteran freelance, ghostwriter, and book editor. I have ghosted more than a dozen titles and also edited or contributed to more than 75 books, including work for several major Christian publishing houses.
Services
Short-Form Content
Languages
English (US)
Non-Fiction
Biographies & Memoirs
Christian Non-Fiction
Health & Wellbeing
Religion & Spirituality

Work experience

President

Self-employed
January, 1983 – Present (over 38 years)

I started my freelance career handling public relations for small, publicly-held company in 1983. After the stock market crash of 1987 cost me most of my business, I made a long-term transition into freelance writing. I became a fulltime freelance writer in 1990 and wrote for numerous national publications and news services. In recent years I have gravitated into more book ghostwriting & editing. The latter includes substantive edits and rewriting.

Sharing the Burden: The Samaritan Ministries Story

Miller, Michael, Pittenger, Ted A.

Winning the Food Fight: Victory in the Physical and Spiritual Battle for Good Food and a Healthy Lifestyle

Steve Willis

Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver brought his mini-series, Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution, to Huntington, West Virginia, "the fattest city in America." But long before the small town was on the chef's radar, one pastor had already begun to pray for Huntington's spiritual and physical transformation. Winning the Food Fight is pastor Steve Willis' insider look at the divine timing of Jamie Oliver's vi... read more

Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver brought his mini-series, Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution, to Huntington, West Virginia, "the fattest city in America." But long before the small town was on the chef's radar, one pastor had already begun to pray for Huntington's spiritual and physical transformation. Winning the Food Fight is pastor Steve Willis' insider look at the divine timing of Jamie Oliver's vi... read more

Beyond the Swipe: Honoring God, Respecting Yourself, and Finding the Right Match

Kristin Fry

There's no doubt that the Internet has changed modern life. In the blink of an eye, we can look up obscure information, order groceries, or connect with old friends. With the advent of dating apps, even true love is at our fingertips--or so we're told. But how can single Christians find their way from that first swipe right of interest on an app to long-lasting, God-honoring love?Kristin Fry h... read more

There's no doubt that the Internet has changed modern life. In the blink of an eye, we can look up obscure information, order groceries, or connect with old friends. With the advent of dating apps, even true love is at our fingertips--or so we're told. But how can single Christians find their way from that first swipe right of interest on an app to long-lasting, God-honoring love?Kristin Fry h... read more

Ron Bryce;MD

In the Bible and in Christian culture, the church is so often described as the ''body of Christ'' that the words seem to have lost all meaning. Far from being a tired, empty descriptor, however, physician and devoted Christian Dr. Ron Bryce has seen over his decades in the medical field that this popular analogy may be a literal definition of what the church should be. In Fingerprint of God: T... read more

In the Bible and in Christian culture, the church is so often described as the ''body of Christ'' that the words seem to have lost all meaning. Far from being a tired, empty descriptor, however, physician and devoted Christian Dr. Ron Bryce has seen over his decades in the medical field that this popular analogy may be a literal definition of what the church should be. In Fingerprint of God: T... read more

I Could Use a Nap and a Million Dollars: Biblical Alternatives to Stressed-Out Living

Jessie Clemence

"We'll never feel thin enough, pretty enough, or fashionable enough. Our cars will never be new enough and our bathtubs will always have that ring. We lie awake at night, worried we’ll die in our sleep and our mother will arrive at our house and see that scummy ring in the tub. "This is why we eat too much chocolate and cry in the shower. This is why we need a nap and a million dollars to fall... read more

"We'll never feel thin enough, pretty enough, or fashionable enough. Our cars will never be new enough and our bathtubs will always have that ring. We lie awake at night, worried we’ll die in our sleep and our mother will arrive at our house and see that scummy ring in the tub. "This is why we eat too much chocolate and cry in the shower. This is why we need a nap and a million dollars to fall... read more

God@Rest: Keys to Finding Peace of Mind (God@Work Book 3)

Rich Marshall

In God@Rest I want to speak to your mind, because that is where Jesus promises "rest." This is not about physical rest, taking time off of work, or relaxing by the pool. No, this is about bringing you to that place where the mind, full of worries, stress and fear, can instead come to the place of God's rest. Do you need this message? I sure do. And many people that I know do too. If your mind ... read more

In God@Rest I want to speak to your mind, because that is where Jesus promises "rest." This is not about physical rest, taking time off of work, or relaxing by the pool. No, this is about bringing you to that place where the mind, full of worries, stress and fear, can instead come to the place of God's rest. Do you need this message? I sure do. And many people that I know do too. If your mind ... read more

Through Colored Glasses: How Great Leaders Reveal Reality - A Biblical Leadership Fable

Tom R. Harper

Fearing this would be the final time he'd address his management team and board as CEO, Leo Perkins prepared to give the presentation of his life. "So, tell us your new plan," the chairman said, "and explain why it's better than your last one." In Through Colored Glasses, author Tom Harper addresses a leadership challenge identified in Proverbs 16:2: "All a person's ways seem pure to them, but... read more

Fearing this would be the final time he'd address his management team and board as CEO, Leo Perkins prepared to give the presentation of his life. "So, tell us your new plan," the chairman said, "and explain why it's better than your last one." In Through Colored Glasses, author Tom Harper addresses a leadership challenge identified in Proverbs 16:2: "All a person's ways seem pure to them, but... read more

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