Amy A
Writer #57699
Joined 4/13/2021
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Amy Arndt has been writing ever since she could lift a pencil. She writes about politics, women’s issues, tech, and business, and approaches it all with a humorous perspective. In 2020, Amy published her debut memoir, “One Hairy Knee.” She’s the Talent Manager at WriterAccess, where she delights in helping sign up freelance writers.
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Amy specializes in blog posts and articles, both short and long-form. She's ghostwritten for C-suite executives, written marketing materials for software companies, and has experience writing social media posts for a wide variety of industries. Amy writes about cryptocurrency, SaaS, WORDLE, and ukeleles.


Outside of writing, Amy enjoys live music in Austin, traveling, and her neighborhood socially distanced Wednesday Night Album Listening Parties she started when the pandemic began.

Underwater basket weaving
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Texas State University


50 Projects Completed

Amy has spent the majority of her career working in SaaS, from her early sales career at Dun & Bradstreet to her experience leading customer success, support, and professional services team at a software startup, to managing one of the largest accounts at a social media software company. Whether working with small businesses or Fortune500 companies, Amy has the ability to put her audience at ease while understanding the business complexities, making her a natural fit for writing for SaaS companies.


50 Projects Completed

Though she's a writer first and foremost, Amy has extensive business experience. Amy has been in sales for over 20 years and customer success for more than 10. She has ghostwritten for C-Suite executives, who seek her expertise for thought-leadership.


25 Projects Completed

Amy writes a personal blog that takes a humorous approach to family life, women's issues, and parenting.

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100 Projects Completed

Amy has maintained a personal blog off and on for many years and has contributed to the New York Times parenting blog, was a regular contributor to The Huffington Post, and wrote blogs for various software companies where she worked in software sales and/or customer success.

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