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Teena Lyons

Teena Lyons spent ten years as a news reporter and feature writer on national newspapers and consumer magazines before leaving Fleet Street in May 2006 to pursue a career as a ghostwriter.

Teena’s first project, in collaboration with ex-Asda chief executive Allan Leighton was a business book bestseller. On Leadership was called ‘immensely readable’ by Management Today; and World Business wrote: “the book barrels along at such a pace, with such enthusiasm, that we are breathlessly carried along…On Leadership is a profoundly hopeful read – informed by the almost palpable joy Leighton feels in inspiring and leading others.” Since then, Teena has collaborated on more than a dozen ghostwriting projects, ranging from business ‘how to’ books, to true life stories, to straight autobiographies. Previous work includes Common Sense Rules, by Deborah Meaden, of Dragons Den fame, Sold Out by Bill Grimsey and Diary of a Fortune Hunter by Lyndon Wood.


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