Natalie lives outside of Halifax, Nova Scotia with her husband and kids (furry and bipedal). She is the author of Game Plan (November 2013), Aptitude (September 2015), It Should Have Been a #GoodDay (February 2016) and Take These Broken Wings (February 2017). Natalie carves out time to write between taxiing athletes, pianists, academics and social butterflies to their various events and her day job as a speech language pathologist. Natalie also enjoys sports, photography, art and reading.
"Poignant, well-paced and compassionate, Game Plan is an achingly real look at how two families cope when life doesn't go as planned." — Tish Cohen, bestselling author of The Truth About Delilah Blue and Inside Out Girl.
Set in a dystopian future where everyone has a role to fulfill and no one is given a choice in their life’s path, Aptitude is the story of a young woman’s struggle to decide between two men — one that society chose for her, and one she’s fallen in love with.
Canada Book Awards WINNER!
Sometimes what should have been a good day turns out to be the worst day of your life.
As four high school students go through an ordinary day of negotiating halls and the land mines of their lives, none of them realize their paths will cross in such a way that will change their lives forever.