Gali Kronenberg is a writer, editor and book coach with a talent for shepherding the ideas of storytellers and visionaries from rough draft to publication. His gift for mentoring writers has helped scores of clients publish their nonfiction books, articles and memoirs. His clients’ books have sold for six-figures to Random House and HarperCollins, were lauded in The New York Times and ranked in Amazon’s Top 10 in the U.S. and Europe.
A former Los Angeles Times reporter and columnist, Gali has developed, edited and ghostwritten memoirs, self-help books, biographies, speeches, articles and op-eds for Prime Ministers, Fortune 500 CEOs, academics, therapists, and spiritual leaders.
After earning his MA at Columbia University, Gali worked as a reporter at The San Diego Union and the Los Angeles Times. A versatile writer, Gali has penned a keynote address for a CEO at Macworld in San Francisco; a speech for a Prime Minister on the Balkan crisis for a conference in Moscow; and books by spiritual leaders. He enjoys helping visionaries translate their sophisticated or esoteric ideas into cogent and compelling narratives that resonate with a broad audience.
Gali’s news instincts from working as a reporter and editor helped him successfully pitch news and trend stories to The New York Times, Daily Mail (U.K.) and Times Mirror syndicates, a skill he has drawn on to see his clients’ work published or praised in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, CNN, South China Morning Post, Self, Glamour, Redbook, Daily Mail and Daily Telegraph.
A former Mandarin Chinese and French interpreter, Gali possesses a passion for language and storytelling. His worldview has been broadened by living in China, India, France and Israel; editing books by insightful authors; and interviews with billionaires and bigamists; CIA agents and crack addicts; Nobel laureates and spiritual leaders.
Gali’s writing style draws on the best techniques of journalism, screenwriting and fiction to pen stories that move and inspire.