Natalie Grigson was born and raised in Austin, Texas by a pack of surprisingly well learned wolves. From them, she gained her love of reading, writing, and, of course, shabby chic interior design. (Just kidding. Wolves are much more partial to modern decorating.) These days, Grigson works as a poet and spinner of tales as well as a speaker/facilitator for teens and adults focusing on mindfulness, connection, compassion, and self love.

She is the author of such books as the Peter Able series, The Woods, Matthew Templeton and the Enchanted Journal, Just Call Me Is, and Call Me Perfect. When she is not working on books, she can be found writing for Elephant Journal and around town with  Typewriter Rodeo.

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