Nancy Sharp is an author, storytelling, and Life Letters coach. Clients include the New York Life Insurance Company, Eagle Strategies, Lincoln Financial, Dallas Bar Association, University of Denver, American Academy of Psychotherapists, New York’s 92nd Street Y, The Rose Community Foundation, and numerous other groups.

Nancy has a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Nonfiction from Goucher College and is a certified instructor in Guided Autobiography, an evidence-based writing method that fosters self-discovery, empathy, and community. Her debut memoir Both Sides Now: A True Story of Love, Loss, and Bold Living won the Colorado Book Award for Creative Nonfiction and is a portrait of the turns life takes and the resilience it takes to keep stepping forward. She also authored the picture book Because the Sky is Everywhere and has ghostwritten several other works, including a legacy book that led to an interview with Warren Buffett in his Omaha office and to her becoming an associate producer on the documentary “Who Are the Marcuses?”

Nancy has been published in several essay anthologies, and articles, essays, columns, and letters of hers have appeared in The New York Times, AARP’s The Ethel, Next Avenue, The Huffington Post, journals for the American Academy of Psychotherapists and elsewhere. She has guest lectured at the Lighthouse Writers Workshop, Regis University’s MFA Program, The Writing Center at Marshall University, and The New School. Nancy currently teaches storytelling and Life Letters workshops online, and at numerous client events and retreats. Learn more at and