Teresa Stenson leads a double life: writing fiction as herself, and ghostwriting non-fiction for her clients around the world. As a fiction writer Teresa's stories have been published in a variety of places including The Guardian newspaper and Popshot Magazine, and many literary prize anthologies.
As a ghostwriter and editor she's worked on around 20 books from autobiography to self-improvement, and dozens of articles and a handful of speeches. She lives in the north of England with her partner and no cat. Yet.
If you'd like to explore writing your own memoir.
For more on how to become a life story ghostwriter
A useful book: Skills For Personal Historians by Dan Curtis.
Teresa's own short fiction:
Things Which Are Not True , The Guardian
What kind of, Pidgeonholes
And an accompanying interview about the writing of that piece.
Jacob Sits With Tina, Jellyfish Review.