Melony Teague is a Freelance Writer, Ghostwriter, and Columnist. She is passionate about her Faith, Family, Friends, and loves to bring more laughter to this crazy world.

I was born in South Africa and stepped onto a plane to start a new life in Toronto, Canada in 1999. I love to uncover stories hiding in plain view, but they are remarkable nonetheless. I believe that everyone has a story to tell…and sometimes truth really is stranger than fiction.

I am a co-author of  As the Ink Flows: Devotions to Inspire Christian Writers & Speakers released in 2016.

My experience includes: editorial contributor for various newspapers and magazines in the Greater Toronto Area and wrote guest columns on issues pertaining to the community. As a freelance writer, I handle Communications for a Non-Profit Organization in Canada and a member of ACFW (American Christian Fiction Writers) 

My debut novel, A Promise To Keep is due for release, Jan 21, 2020!

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Writing Services:


    • Articles and Columns
    • Newsletters
    • Feature Articles
    • Proofreading
    • Biographies
    • Freelance writing & Communications
    • Author Coaching
    • Interviews
    • Book Reviews

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“I was just reading your Back Porch Visit for March and want to thank you for your faithfulness in writing and sharing your thoughts with us in each “From our house to your house ” edition.  Thanks for making it practical by giving some tips too.” – Carolyn B

“I just read your column in the Banner…exquisite…provocative…something truly thought-provoking. My compliments!” – Ron W

“Thank you, Melony for the wonderful event and your amazing stories-biographies you’ve written. It’s past midnight and I am still reading…
You are really talented!!!” – Emily P

“I’ve been reading passages from As The Ink Flows before I start writing in the mornings and they are both inspiring and beautiful. Thank you for encouraging writers like me” – Kate Breslin – author of As High As The Heavens and Far Side of the Sea.

In 2018 I wrote “the end” on a manuscript.