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N.J. King

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Natasha's love of books and storytelling developed at an early age. Growing up in the Essex countryside, she spent her summers camping down the bottom of the garden just so she could get away with staying up to read a few more chapters and it didn't take long for her love of reading books to turn into writing them.

In Daughter's of the Jade Isle, Natasha's debut novel, she has combined her fascination with history with an interest in the different relationships people forge and a love of fantasy.

Natasha is also passionate about protecting the environment and has volunteered with conservation organisations, both in the UK and abroad.
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N.J. King I do certainly struggle with writer's block from time to time and I basically have to be very strict with myself. When I'm experiencing a block I can …moreI do certainly struggle with writer's block from time to time and I basically have to be very strict with myself. When I'm experiencing a block I can avoid writing for ages, but if I just sit myself down and get something, anything, on the page I can then move past it and get a flow going again.
It's important to remind yourself that when you're writing your initial drafts it doesn't have to be perfect first time! That's what the fourth, fifth or six edit is for, just get something down!(less)
N.J. King On a personal level it's being able to dip into another world, to explore and create. Writing is my relaxation (although it doesn't always feel like t…moreOn a personal level it's being able to dip into another world, to explore and create. Writing is my relaxation (although it doesn't always feel like that!) and it's got me through some tough times.
I enjoy tackling some difficult issues which I feel people often face in my writing and it's great to be able to reach people who have experienced similar circumstances or who are able to empathise with the characters I have created.(less)
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The Philosopher is an insight into the life of Miranda Kerin. She is a woman in her mid-twenties who is experiencing depression. She has reached an age where she thought she would have it all figured out: she would be on the career ladder and in a stable relationship. She is not, though it seems everyone else around her has the perfect life. The pressure Miranda plac Read more of this blog post »
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