About Carol Lynne

Carol graduated from the University of Mississippi ("Ole Miss") with a bachelor's degree in English, minor in Psychology. She moved to Washington, DC and worked in the trade association industry, where she worked in meeting planning and tradeshow/exposition planning and execution.

After 4 years, Carol moved to Dallas, Texas where she worked in human resources and organizational culture, helping a Fortune 500 company revitalize their workforce and introduce work/life programs to the corporate environment. Although it was rewarding to implement culture changes and watch a company transform from the "old way" of doing business to a much more enlightened way, Carol realized that writing was really what she wanted to do, so she launched her freelance writing career in 1997.

She worked as a Guide for About.com, and then the opportunity to write newspaper features and magazine articles soon followed. Soon, Carol found her niche in writing pieces "from the heart" about current events, politics, and everyday life. In the Fall of 2003 she was asked to co-author the book "Bossholes: Bosses Behaving Badly," a humorous look at toxic bosses in the workplace and the effect it has on employees and ultimately, the bottom line.

Carol is currently contributing articles to national magazines and frequently provides content to Fusion Magazine, published by Glenn Beck and Mercury Radio Arts. She was a contributor to Glenn Beck's most recent book, "An Inconvenient Book: Real Solutions to the World's Biggest Problems," published in November, 2007. She has provided on-air essays to a national radio show and scripts for video presentations during stage shows. Her independent projects include adapting a screenplay, writing a children's book for girls on friendships and self-esteem, and compiling a series of essays for syndication.

One of the most exciting benefits to being a writer is being able to meet a variety of people and explore interesting topics. Carol is infinitely curious and is an avid researcher. She often writes sentimental and emotional essays that explore common human elements, and enjoys teaching her readers as she brings them along on her own journey of discovery.


My Blog is In Active
July 01 Essays & Writing Prompts are now online
I Write Speeches
May 29 I can provide nonprofits and public figures with speeches that will wow the audience. Contact me for more information.
WRITE to be understood, SPEAK to be heard, READ to grow.
Lawrence Clark Powell