NATASHA L. POLAK (nee KOHLHOFF) writes and copy-edits non-fiction articles, as well as Inspirational fiction, Inspirational Historical fiction, and Christian Chick Lit novels. She also is the founder of The Barbie Girls Project, an initiative for benefitting needy children in her local community.

From poetry to prose, Natasha's work has been featured online and in print for a variety of local and global organizations, websites, newsletters, and in-print magazines for over 20 years, and she has also been interviewed by fellow "Rebel" author Donna Steele on her blog, "Steele Stories."

Her debut novel, A Place to Call Home, was first published in 2017 with Rebel Ink Press, now defunct. The unexpected change prompted Natasha to embark on a new career as an indie author, relaunching the book as a self-published title in 2018.

Although she is a New England native, she has resided in Indianapolis, Indiana since her teens. She is married to her high school sweetheart and they have one daughter and a cat whom they refer to as their second child. When not writing, she enjoys spending time making memories with her loved ones, volunteering with Life.Church, traveling, reading, knitting, and dabbling with genealogy research.

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