Month: September 2017

Write Your Way Through Life??? – Natasha Lane Writes

When I was trying to come up with a slogan for my author platform I wracked my brain for days. […]

Breaking Up With Characters – Natasha Lane Writes

Like many authors, life experiences inspire me. I draw from these experiences and write them into my work as a […]

I’ll Never Be As Good As (Insert Other Writer’s Name): Why Comparing Yourself to Others Is One of the Worst Things A Writer Can Do – Natasha Lane Writes

Sometimes I really feel like banging my head into a wall. Seriously. I just want to hit it until all […]

Cover Designs, Negotiations & Other Writing Stress – Natasha Lane Writes

Whoever said “too much of a good thing is a bad thing” hit the nail right on the head. Currently, […]

Author Highlights: Rachel Rawlings-How to Talk About Your Books – Natasha Lane Writes

The Extroverted-Introvert: Taking Your Brand On the Road. How to Talk About Your Books & Brand With Readers & Peers […]

What I Learned from “When Dimple Met Rishi” – Natasha Lane Writes

I’ve been reading more young-adult contemporary lately and the more I read the more I drool over this literary category. […]

Red Emma’s Coffee Shop Hosts Education Activist Katie Kissinger for a Discussion on Bias in the Education System – Natasha Lane Writes

On July 23rd, early childhood education instructor, author and founder of Threads of Justice, Katie Kissinger, held a discussion on […]

Baltimore Harm Reduction Coalition Offers Overdose Training Workshops to the Community – Natasha Lane Writes

Once labeled “Murder City”, the last few years in Baltimore and the state in general have seen a rise in […]