Cathryn Kemp is a Sunday Times bestselling ghostwriter, award-winning author and a former journalist.

Winner of the Peter Wilson Award for Journalism, and the Big Red Read Prize for Non-Fiction for her personal memoir Coming Clean, Cathryn is a member of the Society of Authors and an addiction recovery advocate.

With a prolific career writing celebrity, true crime, inspirational and nostalgia fiction and non-fiction titles, Cathryn has ghostwritten 16 fiction and non fiction titles, most of which are subject to confidentiality agreements. Cathryn is currently writing the first of a series of historical novels.

A campaigner raising awareness of the dangers of addiction to prescribed medicine, Cathryn is chief executive of the Painkiller Addiction Information Network (PAIN) and regularly speaks at conferences and events.

When not writing, she can be found braving the waves off the south coast. She even owns a Dry Robe.

Cathryn is represented by literary agent Jane Graham Maw at Graham Maw Christie Agency.