Natasha Bell New Publication

Natasha Bell

Author

Natasha grew up in Somerset and studied English Literature at the University of York. She holds an MA in the Humanities from the University of Chicago and is currently studying Creative Writing at Goldsmiths.

She lives in south-east London and splits her time between writing and working as a projectionist.

Her debut novel, Exhibit Alexandra, was published in Spring 2018 by Michael Joseph in the UK and Crown in the US.

Natasha Bell @byTashB

Finished @Mary_Beth_Keane's beautiful & complex #AskAgainYes last night and can't stop thinking about it. Thank you @JessicaLeeke for sneaking me a proof 💛

If you could use some help with your #writing, The Riff Raff Manuscript Shakedown provides way more than simply technical feedback. Here's what you need to know about the friendliest manuscript service in town and which #authors you can work with! https://t.co/peAbraWLDh

His Perfect Wife by Natasha Bell @byTashB @PenguinRHUK @sriya__v #AuthorFeature https://t.co/beeyqPKqMZ via @LoveBooksGroup

#AliSmith is absolutely fantastic here; you are so lucky you can listen! Thanks so much @LRBbookshop (who also saved my scarf!) and @HamishH1931 ... https://t.co/Tw3X1F8Sml

Check out how stunning Alexandra is in German! I'm totally in love with this edition. #ExhibitAlexandra #HisPerfectWife #bookpost https://t.co/g2to5UGrJW

"You wake up and realise that your neighbours, your family or even that nice old lady [that sells] by the side of the road doesn't think you're human, or is okay with stoning," one Bruneian gay man, who did not want to be identified, told the BBC https://t.co/G9B0VArHwG

The late great Agatha Christie: I mean, what can you say about how you write books? What I mean is, first you’ve got to think of something, and when you’ve thought of it you’ve got to force yourself to sit down and write it. That’s all.”

Can we please agree that ‘LGBT’ refers to communities and organisations and not individuals?
Unless of course this woman really is lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans?
https://t.co/gbM7Y3i0gn

Finally some good news: "MPs vote for LGBT-inclusive, compulsory relationship and sex education"
https://t.co/gBTDneyFTp

Church for my secular soul 🧡💛

'I feel caught in the middle': queer Muslims on the LGBTQ lessons row https://t.co/qilkdDNpsh

This thread of bad book covers has saved lives today. https://t.co/MiHiW30f5c

Highest compliments one can pay to writers:
You made me cry
You are a monster
I nearly missed my stop because of your book
Your book destroyed me (in the best way)
Also:
Leaving reviews
Spreading the word about the books you love
Pre-ordering
Giving them a nice cup of tea

Thank you, Jacob, for a lovely review and for hosting the latest stop on the #HisPerfectWife #BlogTour.

His Perfect Wife by Natasha Bell – a review BLOG TOUR @sriya__v @penguinrhuk @bytashb #crimefiction #bookblogger https://t.co/Vdq8ZxtIds

I've just signed the open letter written by authors to the managing director of Waterstones asking for a Living Wage for all Waterstones staff. Join me and add your name now: https://t.co/Bkc4f54d2p

Day 4 of the #HisPerfectWife #BlogTour. Thank you, Vicky! ❤️

@PulseofEurope We just hit FIVE MILLION - 18 million here we come. Just be a tad patient.

If each of us picked a few books to review (books by friends, forgotten masterpieces, desert island books, books that need a little love) we could do some good while we wait for better times. https://t.co/mPTpZntQi0

Thanks so much to @lovedreadinthis for hosting the third stop on the #HisPerfectWife #BlogTour 🧡📚💛