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Short (~50 words)

Karin Wiberg is owner of Clear Sight Books, where she helps seasoned leaders write and publish their own nonfiction books. Whether she ghostwrites, edits, or coaches, her clients develop a clear message and compelling voice so they can engage their audience. Karin holds an MBA from the University of Iowa and is the author of Chicken Haiku.

Medium (~100 words)

Karin Wiberg is owner of Clear Sight Books, where she helps seasoned business leaders write and publish their own nonfiction books. Whether she ghostwrites, edits, or coaches, her clients develop a clear message and compelling voice so they can engage their audience.

Karin has broad-ranging professional experience, from the Fortune 500 and association management to small businesses, nonprofits, and volunteer-run organizations. She holds an MBA from the University of Iowa and a business coaching certificate from North Carolina State University. Her poetry has been published in StirringPetrichor ReviewriverSedgeTwo Hawks Quarterly and elsewhere, and she is the author of Chicken Haiku, an illustrated book of poems.

Long (~200 words)

Karin Wiberg is the owner of Clear Sight Books, where she works with seasoned leaders to write and publish their own nonfiction books. Whether coaching, editing, or ghostwriting, Karin’s clients develop their message, shape their concepts, and find their voice so they can expand and influence their audience. Her clients love their books when they are done—and their readers do too.

Karin brings to the table a wealth of Fortune 500 and professional association experience in project management, process improvement, analysis, strategy, and management, as well as coaching and consulting experience with small business, nonprofits, and startups.

Her recent literary endeavors include judging book contests for Writer’s Digest magazine and essay contests for the Jane Austen Society of North America and the Wake County chapter of Phi Beta Kappa; serving on grant panels for the North Carolina Arts Council, the City of Raleigh Arts Commission, and United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County, and serving as managing editor for Raleigh Review Literary & Arts Magazine.

Karin’s poetry has been published in StirringPetrichor ReviewriverSedgeTwo Hawks Quarterly and elsewhere, and she is the author of Chicken Haiku, an illustrated book of poems. She holds an MBA from the University of Iowa and a business coaching certificate from North Carolina State University, and she can talk books all day long.