Natasha Raulerson graduated from Florida Atlantic University with her Bachelor’s Degree in English. She works as a professional content writer and web editor during the day. At night, she is a multi-genre novelist, represented by Laura Bradford of the Bradford Literary Agency. Natasha is also a freelance fiction editor. Her short story, I, Alphabet received second place in the 2017 Writer’s Digest 86th Annual Writing Competition.
Aside from her own writing, Natasha has also mentored/participated in several writing competitions, including Pitch Wars, New Agent, Query Kombat, and Sun vs. Snow. She also had an amazing experience as a literary intern under Uwe Stender of Triada US Literary Agency.
Natasha grew up as a tomboy hanging with the guys, getting skinned knees, and swimming in the South Florida sun. Though she’s more inclined to wear dresses now, she still prefers a good pair of chucks and comfy pair of jeans. Tattoos, Jack Daniels, and hanging at the pool are three of her favorite things. She is a wife, a mother, and mostly, she’s just trying to make it through this wild ride of life, one day at a time.