Need an expert storyteller?
Experienced. Award-winning. Skilled. For years, Ken Walker has been shaping stories—thousands of them—for articles and books. He uses his writing and editing talent now to help edit and refine authors’ material, as well as coaching bloggers and other writers on how they can improve their material. In recent years Ken has co-authored or edited more than a dozen health-oriented books. This specialty began with co-authoring Winning the Food Fight, a book that emerged from Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution, an Emmy-Award-winning mini-series on ABC.
With nearly 4,000 bylines over the years in magazines, websites, news services and newspapers, Ken has written major features and cover stories for such publications as Charisma, Today’s Christian Living and Christianity Today. A past honoree at the Mount Hermon Christian Writers Conference, he was part of a Charisma team that won an honorable mention in the Folio magazine awards in 2015. He enjoys helping authors clarify their messages, whether as a ghostwriter, co-author, coach or editor.
Ken Walker is a leading practitioner and writer in his field. He is a true professional and the finest editor I have had the pleasure of working with. He was very patient and understanding, walking me through the whole process of writing a quality book. We worked tirelessly on Make Life Work in a Fast-Paced World. Today, the book is doing well. I would recommend Ken to anyone who is looking for a good editor with understanding.
—Errol Beckford, Errol Beckford Ministries
Author, Make Life Work in a Fast-Paced World
“Through his interviewing and research skills, Ken Walker helped me shape the message of my book for a national audience. I am thankful for the ways he used his writing talent to assemble many of the real-life stories that will enlighten and inspire readers. Without his crafty pen, I don’t know that this story could have been told in the way it deserves.”
—Steve Willis, Author, Winning the Food Fight
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