Natasha D. Lane is a friend of most things caffeinated, a lover of books, and a writing warrior to her core. As a big believer in the idea that “the pen is mightier than the sword,” she graduated from Juniata College in 2015 with hopes of becoming a journalist. Instead, her path took her on a different route and Natasha found herself digging up a manuscript from her childhood. This dusty stack of papers would become “The Pariah Child & the Ever-Giving Stone” which would lead her to write “The Woman In the Tree: The True Story of Camelot.” If there were a single piece of advice Natasha could give to young writers, it’d be this: Write your way through life.
To learn more about Natasha and her writing, visit her at her website: www.natashalanewrites.com