Natasha Ganes is the author of the short story collection Dancing Through the Dusk, the poetry chapbook In the Places Where We Meet, and the non-fiction ebook Improve Your Wellbeing Today: A Step-By-Step Guide to Start Living a Healthier Life. She is also a freelance writer and editor, and the co-founder of In the Life of Zen and TreeHouse Arts.
She has been a private investigator, flight attendant, professor, book editor, marketing director, and everything in-between. She was born in Saskatchewan, Canada, has lived in six of the U.S. states, and now calls Southern California home. When not writing, she likes to spend her free time exploring the outdoors. She has jumped out of an airplane, zip lined over the rain forest, traveled to numerous countries, and owns an enormous library of books that she has, for the most part, read.
She is a graduate of Chapman University in Southern California, where she received her MFA in Creative Writing and MA in English Literature. She received her BA in English/Journalism from Madonna University in Michigan. Her articles, fiction, and poetry have appeared in numerous publications nationwide.