Somebody I Used To Know is the memoir of Wendy Mitchell, who lives with dementia, and has just been published by Bloomsbury. It was ghostwritten by Anna Wharton, a current student on the MA in Creative Writing (Prose Fiction) at UEA. Anna has ghostwritten three previous titles: Breaking the Silence by Jo Milne (2015), CUT: One Woman’s Fight Against FGM in Britain Today by Hibo Wardere (2016), which was longlised for the 2017 Orwell Prize, and Brave by Adele Bellis (2017). She previously worked as a journalist, and was a regular contributor to TV shows such as This Morning, Good Morning Britain, and the Alan Titchmarsh Show. A former executive editor at The Daily Mail, she has written columns for The Times, The Guardian, Grazia, and Red, among numerous other titles. She is currently working on her first novel.