About Nataisha T Hill:
I attended Middle Tennessee State University in addition to joining a Modeling and Talent school after graduation. Of course, life happened and after entertaining a short modeling/acting career, I focused on schooling and graduated from MTSU majoring in Mass Communication and a minor in Entrepreneurship.
In the meantime, I also began to pursue my passion, which is writing. I wrote articles for different websites such as associated content, which is no longer available, but I hadn't yet established myself as an author at that time. Unexpected situations that I felt were unjust or simply mind-blowing continued to happen to me as well as people around me, so I had to release. I've actually been writing short stories and poetry since the tender age of four, so I guess it was just in me to write. I published my first novel "Partially Broken Never Destroyed" in 2012, which was when I took on the title of being a published author.
What inspires you to write?
I love the idea of creation and imagination. Writing allows me to create limitless possibilities and serves as an avenue to release life's personal circumstances.
Tell us about your writing process.
I am probably a free-flow type of writer, meaning that ideas, characters, and storylines could come to mind or even in a dream at any given time. I make notes of these thoughts and chose what I think will work.
For Fiction Writers: Do you listen (or talk to) to your characters?
I don't talk to my characters, but I try to put myself in the mind of my characters and how the feel.
What advice would you give other writers?
Always have something handy to write with or store on a device because you never know when creativity may hit you.
How did you decide how to publish your books?
I decided to self-publish because I didn't want any publishing company trying to change my storyline or how I presented my characters. I wanted 100% creative control. I would advise new authors to explore blogging in order to help gain an audience.
What do you think about the future of book publishing?
Self-publishing is a huge deal right now so I think that mainstream publishers will find a way to incorporate self-publishing as a side part of their business.
What do you use?: Professional Editor
What genres do you write?: Women fiction, thrillers, suspense, self-help, chic-lit, romance
What formats are your books in?: eBook, Print, Both eBook and Print
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