About

English nerd, teacher, avid reader and amateur writer trying to make my place in the world and on to a bookstore shelf near you. I choose to live somewhere make-believe and reality clash and I quite like it here.
      
      Check out my author page (http://www.facebook.com/natmarieauthor) or follow me on twitter (@natmarieauthor) or pinterest (@natmarie) for sneak peeks, storyboards, special features, and updated information on the progress of my writing. I do not own any of the images used in my covers, all rights remain with the original artists. 
      
      A special thanks to everyone who reads, votes, and comments on my stories. The support means more than you will ever know.
      
      -- @findnorth : joint account with author @EDCarroll where you can find more of our NA novel, Internal Rhyme
      -- @unfinishedpoetry : joint account with author @Riveted where you can find more of our novels in verse, including Left Unsaid
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    Midwest, USA
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Featured work.

26 Letters

Social data: 139 reads. 13 votes. 12 comments.

Description: Two years later. Twenty - six letters and I still can't seem to arrange them quite right: U and I never end up together. Let the unrequited, unlove story continue. Gravity #2. novel in verse. 2015.

#829 in Poetry

Other Works by natmarie.
The Art of Spontaneity

The Art of Spontaneity

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Sometimes the wrong choices lead to the right places. Callie O’Rourke never did off the cuff. Luke Hamp...

#491 in Romance
Left Unsaid (preview)

Left Unsaid (preview)

304 44 19

Some superheroes don't wear capes. unfinished #1. novel in verse. cowritten with s.m. brooks. 2015.

#564 in Poetry
Drunk on Love

Drunk on Love

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Something old: Her ex-boyfriend, Casey. Something new: His gorgeous wife, Julia. Something borrowed: A s...

Writing a Love Story

Writing a Love Story

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She made up love stories about strangers because she was too afraid to write her own. Then he came along...