Kristin Loberg is a professional writer who specializes in transforming experts’ knowledge and ideas into reader-friendly works for general audiences. Multiple books on which she’s collaborated have spent weeks on the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Amazon, and USA Today bestseller lists including Grain Brain, which has enjoyed more than 50 weeks on the Times list, was one of the bestselling nonfiction books of 2014, and has been translated into thirty languages. Its follow-up, Brain Maker, debuted at #3 on the New York Times in 2015.
With nearly twenty years of experience, Kristin has helped dozens of books go from concept to creation and find success in the market. She’s worked with authors as diverse as Dr. David B. Agus (#1 bestselling The End of Illness and A Short Guide to a Long Life) to Phil Town (#1 bestsellers Rule #1 and Payback Time). She is a master at building a book’s architecture, developing compelling messages, crafting the perfect voice that reflects the author, and formulating programs with engaging hooks and widespread appeal. Her expert knowledge of the publishing industry allows her to take the frustration and managerial responsibilities out of busy authors’ hands when it comes to getting their works completed from idea to polished product. Her subject areas of interest include: health/beauty/fitness, science, business, personal finance, self-help/popular psychology, and general nonfiction.
Kristin earned her degree from Cornell University and lives in Los Angeles with her husband and two sons. She is a member of the Author’s Guild, PEN, the Los Angeles Editors and Writers Group, and is an avid triathlete and oenophile. Once in a while she teaches an intensive writing workshop at UCLA where she dispenses her secrets to penning winning proposals.