Kelli Christiansen






business (leadership & management, finance & investing, etc.); history & military history; self-improvement; memoir; upmarket adult fiction; sports


Kelli has spent more than twenty years working with books, magazines, newspapers, and white papers. As a writer, her work has appeared in a variety of media, including Book Business Magazine; Chicago Life; Chicago Literati; Collections & Credit Risk Magazine; Faith, Hope & Fiction; and Midwestern Gothic. As an editor and ghostwriter, she has worked with such publishers as Amacom, Berrett-Koehler, McGraw-Hill, Sourcebooks, Wiley, and Workman. A popular speaker, she has appeared in front of audiences large and small for such organizations as Chicago Book Expo, Chicago Literary Hall of Fame, Chicago Women in Publishing, Editorial Freelancers Association, Military History Fest, and University of Chicago. Kelli launched bibliobibuli professional editorial services in 2007 and since then has worked on scores of fiction and nonfiction titles, including several award-winning books, such as From the Dugouts to the Trenches, The Rice Paddy Navy, Backbone, Lessons From the Greatest Stock Traders of All Time, and The Master Swing Trader. In 2016, Kelli was honored to earn the James Friend Memorial Award for Literary and Dramatic Criticism by Society of Midland Authors. Learn more at



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