Linda Hewitt, a native of Alabama, attended Birmingham-Southern College, the University of Alabama, Georgia Tech, and Georgia State University. She holds a B.A. and M.A. in History. She began writing when she was three, edited school newspapers, wrote her graduate thesis on the political and economic implications of German Reparations stipulated in treaties following the First World War, and has written various books of economic and social history. Several were book club selections and are used as supplemental reading in undergraduate cultural history courses. She is currently working on a step-by-step strategy patients can use to get the health care they need. Her day job is consulting with major corporations on communications issues, particularly in regard to safety, workplace violence, health care, insurance, and motivation and productivity in corporate populations. Her professional memberships include the Authors Guild and the American Historical Association.Read more Read less
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