About Natasha Fondren

This summer, I jumped off the figurative cliff. I decided it was time to live outside the window. I packed up my piano studio and hit the road in my 1995 Jeep Wrangler and a 1975 Apache camper. I would say I’m going on the adventure of my life, but I’m hoping it will be the adventure of the rest of my life. I’m writing on the road, meeting new people (and old friends) every week, and living the happiest life I’ve ever lived.

Money does not buy happiness, that’s for sure.

I suppose that doesn’t answer who I am, although I feel like it does! I’m a piano teacher, classical pianist, and most importantly right now, a writer. I love story, all story.

If that doesn’t tell you who I am, then I don’t know how. :-)

Will you introduce yourself? Put up a link back to your blog?

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  • Scary and exciting at the same time. Years ago, I quit my job and tried full-time writing. It didn’t work out for me, but the year I had was one of the happiest of my life.

    • Natasha Fondren says:

      David, this, so far, has been one of the happiest months of my life! I pray it can last for the rest of my life!

  • “I love story, all story.” Love this sentence. I feel the same.

  • Louis Fondren says:

    How is the writing going? Have you come across information
    concerning the home country of the Fondrens before they
    arrived in county Tyrone Ireland?? Best regards,
    Louis Fondren, 906 Convent Ave. Pascagoula, MS. 39567

    • Natasha Fondren says:

      Good, Louis! I know nothing about the Fondren history, unfortunately! Good luck with your search!

  • Kimberly says:

    Good for you! That my friend is the American Dream.

  • Kim Silence says:

    Don’t be scared have the time of your live if you have to you can pick up odd jobs here and there. What i have read so far your going to make it iam adventuress and i still am and you have some of me in you LOL keep writing!!!!!

  • C. Ray Cook says:

    I hope you’re still having a ball in your travels. I spent years in the Arizona desert and loved it.
    I’m through playing the “seek an agent and get published” game. I going to follow Amanda Hocking’s lead, and publish my finished mystery novel as an ebook for Kindle, Nook, etc.
    My problem: I don’t understand all the machinations one has to go through to get an ebook up and running. Your great information on Kindle seems to suggest “none of this applies in the eventual formatting” for finished mss.
    I’m afraid I don’t understand. My ms. is completed and properly formatted for submission to agents and publishers, (ten rewrites and polishings) so where do I go from here to get it published as an ebook.
    Thanks for all your great information and keep clear of those pesky desert bark scorpions. They’re the little–but dangerous ones.
    Good luck and good gas mileage.

  • Hey there , I am making a forum and I think your articles would fit the context good. Am I allowed to post think article for my readers?

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