Natasha started life in a little-known village called Wadhurst, before going on to read English Literature at Exeter University. These days she works part-time at a language consultancy called The Writer, and spends the rest of her time typing, scribbling and writing about everything from eyebrows to atheism. She recently finished a journalism course at Central Saint Martins, and is starting a freelance writing course at the London School of Journalism this year. She asks a lot of questions, has a razor-sharp memory, and her tipple of choice is whisky. She also loves dogs. And short sentences. A lot.