Natalie Kwong

Biography

Hi, I'm a self-published 13-year-old author. I love reading, writing (of course (: ), drawing, running, hanging with friends, and photography. I finished my first, book, "Natalie's Notebook: Stories from the Heart" when I was 11 in 5th grade. I am currently working on my second book, "Shattered: Book One in the Horizon of Nature Trilogy". I write books for tweens/young teens.

Smashwords Interview

What motivated you to become an indie author?
I've always wanted to have a book I wrote published so bad, so one day I went to amazon.com and was looking for ways to publish a book, because I had heard someone mention something like that before. Amazon directed me to CreateSpace, and then I self-published my first book, Natalie's Notebook, when I was 11 in 5th grade. Natalie's Notebook is a collection of writings I've done throughout my childhood. Now, two years later, I'm about to publish my next book!
When did you first start writing?
Since I could write!
I used to get notebooks and pretend they were my "published books". They were all about animals, and a few were How to Draw books. I would even draw my own ISBN, coupons on the back, and an "About the Author" page.
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Where to find Natalie Kwong online

Twitter: @pencil_andpaper
Facebook: Facebook profile

Books

Sunny Side Up: Life and Times of Backyard Chickens
Price: Free! Words: 5,930. Language: English. Published: January 15, 2014. Categories: Nonfiction » Entertainment » Biography, Nonfiction » Biography » Autobiographies & Memoirs
This fun, quick-read eBook exclusive is about 13-year-old Natalie growing up in a suburban town with crazy chickens living in her backyard. Short stories include a desperate chicken escape, a surprise rooster, a poor little chick with a crooked beak, and more. Written when Natalie was 11-years-old in 2012, readers will feel her emotions as she tells her tales of quirky chickens.
Natalie's Notebook: Stories from the Heart
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 26,820. Language: English. Published: January 14, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Short stories
From Natalie Kwong's actual notebooks are poems, short stories, projects, abandoned ideas, and other assorted pieces written from when she was eight to eleven year old. Published when she was 11-years-old in 5th grade, this book shows Natalie's journey in the early ages of her true passion-- writing.

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