Writing pays my bills.
It can
pay yours.
from me

The Writing School 

My students get published and finally write the book they always dreamed about

Join me on a ride to publish your book income from your writing


Make income
from ghostwriting


Naomi Malka

"Wise thinking. Good advice. Clever tricks. Working with Natasha to set up a regular writing practice and overcome my obstacles has been incredibly useful. I’ve gotten a ton of value from our time together. She is realistic, funny, and intelligent. She made me feel like my project was completely do-able and gave me the confidence to move forward. I really appreciate Natasha’s knowledge of writing and publishing, as well as the neuroscience behind hacking our brains and engineering our time for maximum productivity. I highly recommend working with Natasha!"

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I'm Natasha Tynes

I'm a Jordanian-American author and journalist with over two decades of experience. I have been published in the Washington Post, Nature, Elle, Esquire, Aljazeera, The Huffington Post, The New Arab, among others.

I appeared on several TV programs, including CNN's Larry King Live, PBS’s Foreign Exchange, CNN's Paula Zahn Show, CBS’s Morning Show, MSNBC's Scarborough Country, and the BBC’s Up All Night. I'm also a fiction author, with one novel published and another coming soon. I'm the recipient of the F. Scott Fitzgerald Award at the F. Scott Fitzgerald Award Literary Conference · Oct 2018 for her short story Ustaz Ali.

I have a Master's Degree in International Journalism from the City University of London in the United Kingdom.


You will learn so much from Natasha, who willingly gives up so many of her secrets!

- Isabella Meibauer, freelance writer

"I truly enjoyed learning from Natasha. Natasha is such a giving instructor, and I'm going to use a lot of what I learned from this course moving forward.

- Eunice Beatrice Braga

"I joined Natasha's inaugural cohort, and it was a blast!  Natasha also shares her extensive experience generously, which helps a lot for someone just starting out.

- Adity Atheverma,