Teresa Joyce

Biography

Teresa Joyce was born on the 15th December 1958 the middle child of three. After losing her father at a very young age; this was to set the pattern for the rest of her life. Losing was something she would have to get used to. Today she still has some memory of her father, but in truth it’s all a little hazy. Her mother through no fault of her own after that loss had no other alternative, other than to return to her parent’s home with her children in tow. This family unit was to spend only a few years there, until the wind of change came around once more. Happy memories are something that Teresa holds in very short supply. Her mother was set to meet the man that was to become her stepfather, and they moved once more to a new city with the promise of a new life. Hopefully it would be a happy one for all concerned, but it became a place for Teresa that felt far more like a prison. One in which she would spend many years months days and hours hating. She swore to herself that she would leave all this behind at the first possible occasion.

Smashwords Interview

When you're not writing, how do you spend your time?
I love the outdoors the company of good friends and a nice bottle of wine. I love animals dogs in particularly and until recently I had one of my own. Sadly she has now passed and in time I will adopt another, being disabled it gets me out of the house and on to my scooter to soak up the world around me
How do you discover the ebooks you read?
I live on the internet there are so many eBooks out there many as my own downloaded for free.
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Books

There's a Fine Line
Price: Free! Words: 65,920. Language: English. Published: April 21, 2017. Categories: Nonfiction » General reference » Bibliographies & indices
My book covers more than one issue; it’s a true story that ranges over a period of many years. As my story unfolds you will question just how I am still here today to be able to share my story with you. If there is a god above we have to consider that the devil also exists. If my Stepfather wasn’t him walking among us the conception of a darker soul is unthinkable.

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