Natasha’s first YA novel, The Things We Did For Love, a dramatic love story set in occupied France during WW2, was published in spring 2012 by Faber. After Iris: The Diaries of Bluebell Gadsby, a warm, funny story about a chaotic London family, was the first in a series of four novels about the Gadsbys. Lydia, published by Chicken House in 2016, is a vivid reimagining of Pride and Prejudice seen through the eyes of wild child Lydia. Her middle grade book The Children of Castle Rock was a Times Children’s Book of the Week in February 2018. Her latest book, Eight Princesses and a Magic Mirror, will be published in September 2019. Natasha lives in London with her husband and two daughters.
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