My name is Natasha Tynes. I’m a writer, and a storyteller
What I offer
Digital content creator
Through my agency Suburban Media Group I provide digital media services including content creation and media strategy. I help you ceate ontent for your brand. Let’s chat.
I run a YouTube channel where I review books I read and discuss everything related to writing and storytelling.
I’m the author of the speculative novel They Called Me Wyatt.
My short stories have appeared in Geometry, The Timerbline Review and Fjords. My story Ustaz Ahamd received a special award at the F. Scott Fitzgerald literary festival.
II have appeared on a number of national and international TV programs, including Larry King Live, PBS’s Foreign Exchange, Paula Zahn show, CBS’s Morning show, Scarborough Country, BBC’s Up all night, among others..
I am a regular contributor to a number of publications inside and outside the United States. My non-fiction work has appeared in the Washington Post, Nature Magazine, Elle Magazine, The Post, Esquire magazine, Aljazeera, among others. Looking for a freelance journalist? Ping me.
I host the podcast, Read and Write with Natasha, where I chat with authors and discuss the writing journey.
From my blog
I finally ate that frog and wrote this article: Takeaway from a bestseller
I have been procrastinating in writing this article for a while. No one to blame but me. Inertia takes the best of me sometimes. Today I have finally decided to go ahead and eat that live frog and finally do what I preach. After reading the classic productivity book...
Writers listen up; Writing from abundance is a game-changer
David Perell never forgets a story. This prolific online writer captures and records, and then writes his viral essays. The first time I heard about the concept of writing from abundance was from Perell on a podcast in which he talked about how he would have all of...
Thanks to Ali, I found my tribe
Would you believe me if I told you a YouTuber from London who is twenty years my junior changed my life? His name is Ali Abdaal, and his impact on my life goes beyond the productivity tips he discusses on his YouTube channel. His golden rule, “Journey before...
They Called Me Wyatt
My published articles
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Natasha is one of the most professional people I have worked with. She oversaw numerous training courses that I gave.
Natasha has a sharp intellect. She developed our online learning program, which has been a tremendous success.
Natasha was born to make a difference in the journalism industry across the globe. “