Teresa Mummert: Biography

Teresa Mummert

Teresa Mummert is a New York Times best-selling author, who was raised in a small town in Pennsylvania. It was there she met her husband for the first time at the age of sixteen. Teresa got married very early at the age of eighteen and then the couple moved to Louisiana.

Always interested in writing, Teresa started giving importance to her passion only after her husband joined the army. After he got deployed to Afghanistan during war, Teresa started writing in order to get rid of his absence. Her works were very much appreciated by everyone and she soon came into limelight.

At a very fast phase Teresa Mummert became a New York Times and USA Today’s Best Selling Author. One of her very important work named, ‘White Trash Trilogy’ was so successful that it fetched a three book publishing deal with Simon & Schuster. Many of her novels were all best-sellers.

‘The Novel’ was a best-seller at the New York Times and USA Today. ‘Safe Word’ and ‘Sweet Nothing’ are USA Today’s best sellers. ‘Perfect Lie’, ‘Pretty Little Things’, ‘The Home Series’, ‘Rellik’, ‘The Good Girls’ and ‘Something Wicked’ are all among the other successful works of Teresa.

Teresa is also working on few other novels and these many include Crave, Cruel, Depravity, The Death of Lila Jane, Hollow, Weeping Willow, Paper Doll, The Deep, Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead, Rocked, Before I Wake, Fall to Pieces and Victim and The Seeker.

As a true mother, Teresa Mummert also takes care of her four children along with her husband in Georgia in addition to dedicating her time for writing.