When You’re Over It: This Writer Speaks – Natasha Lane Writes

Okay, this post is going to be pretty short. There will be no editing or prep. I’m just going to […]

Author Highlights: Terry Maggert- Taming the Social Media Monster – Natasha Lane Writes

Hi. It’s me, Terry. This verges into bragging, but I do have some things that I’m intensely interested in, and […]

Author Highlight: Jill Archer-How to Write A Terrific Book Blurb – Natasha Lane Writes

Hello, all! I’m Jill Archer, a former lawyer turned librarian who writes fantasy from rural Maryland. As a lifelong reader […]

Dear NanoWriMo: Thanks But No Thanks – Natasha Lane Writes

If you’re an aspiring author or in any way involved in the literary community, you’ll know it’s National Novel Writing […]

Baltimore Bookfest: Finding Your Tribe – Natasha Lane Writes

Have you ever gone somewhere and felt like you belonged? Like you were with people who got you and you […]

“Saving Jace”: A Review – Natasha Lane Writes

Title: Saving Jace Series: A Fada Novel Book 4 Author: Rebecca Rivard Genre: paranormal romance (sexy/steam) (can be standalone) Release […]

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Natasha Lane – Natasha Lane Writes

The thought of finally having your manuscript out in the world is both exhilarating and nausea-inducing. Something you’ve put so […]

August 2017 – Natasha Lane Writes

I am ecstatic to announce I’ve found a cover artist! After reaching out to almost twenty (maybe more) artists, I […]

July 2017 – Natasha Lane Writes

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