Cathy Glass is a pseudonym. She has been a foster carer for over 20 years, during which time she has looked after more than 100 children, of all ages and backgrounds. Cathy runs training courses on fostering for her local Social Services, and helps draft new fostering procedures and guidelines. Cathy has three teenage children of her own; one of whom, Lucy, was adopted after a long-term foster placement.

Cathy has always had an interest in writing, combining fostering with occasional freelance journalism and commercial writing, usually when a particular issue stirs her passion. Before the success of Damaged she had written on health and social issues for the Guardian, the Evening Standard, Luton News, and the Hemel Gazette. She is also a published fiction writer, with poems and short stories published in a number of commercial magazines.

Cathy’s books have been constantly in the best-seller charts since Damanged was published in 2007, having sold over 2 million copies across her titles worldwide.

Cathy Glass

Books by Cathy Glass

Finding Stevie
Where Has Mummy Gone?
A Long Way from Home
Cruel to Be Kind
Nobody’s Son
Mummy Told Me Not to Tell
I Miss Mummy
Can I Let You Go?
Girl Alone
Saving Danny
The Child Bride
About Writing and How to Publish
Daddy’s Little Princess
Will You Love Me?
Please Don’t Take My Baby
Happy Mealtimes for Kids
Another Forgotten Child
Happy Adults
The Night the Angels Came
A Baby’s Cry
The Silent Cry
My Dad’s a Policeman
Happy Kids
Run, Mummy, Run
The Girl in the Mirror
The Saddest Girl in the World