If it needs writing, Arlene Gale “The Book Writing Business Coach” can do it! Through her passion for writing and her step-by-step writing program, Arlene works with professionals to write and market top quality books for leveraging their business expertise and growing their business.
Arlene has 30 years of professional writing and international speaking experience. Her writing services range from working with a client as either a writing coach and accountability partner or as a ghostwriter. She offers a full range of writing services, which also include editing, marketing, best-seller campaigns, as well as speaker training and visuals preparation.
Arlene is an international professional speaker with experience hosting workshops for audiences of two dozen people to corporate conferences hosting up to 500 attendees. Arlene is a professional member of the highly acclaimed Nation Speakers Association. She was nominated for the “Fabulous Speaker of the Year Award” in 2017 by the Public Speakers Association. Through the years, Arlene helped clients win international, national, state, and local awards for their products and services.
Her non-fiction book “Face Forward Move Forward” is a multiple international and national award winner, as well as peer review award winner. It was an Amazon.com “#1 Best New Release” in four categories and “#1 Best Seller” in those same four categories. The book stayed in the top 100 book sales in these categories for a year.
During her extensive career, Arlene has written books for dozens of clients, more than a thousand technical trade and feature length magazine articles, hundreds of advertisements, content for multiple social media platforms, website content, and more.
She earned a B.S. in Advertising/Public Relations, with a minor in radio, television, film and a Masters in Marketing with a specialization in communications. In 2016, the national SCORE office recognized Arlene’s writing business with a “Small Business Champions Award.”
On a personal note: Arlene lives in a rural part of North Texas with her husband of more than three decades and two sons. Her life includes managing a flock of chickens, a dozen sheep, two donkeys, a dog, and countless other wildlife both invited (rabbits and squirrels) and uninvited, but wander through (snakes and skunks).