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 under the South Florida sun. Tattoos, Jack Daniels, and lounging at the pool are three of her favorite things. She is a wife, a mother, has two fur babies who love puppy piles, and the status of her sanity is pending.