Natalie Trice was thrilled to be a judge in our 2020 eBook Award and is delighted to be joining the judging panel for 2021 to judge the Young Writer Award.
Natalie is a PR Director based in Devon. From CEOs of international TV channels and Finance Directors of IT companies, to authors, entrepreneurs at the forefront of their industry and ambitious start-ups, Natalie has worked with them all, and many more.
Natalie is the author of two non-fiction books as well as a PR Director and charity founder. When she isn't writing, you will find her on the beach in Devon with her dogs, sons and husband or in a coffee shop reading with a skinny flat white.
Today, as well as retained clients, Natalie teaches people the world the fundamentals of PR and gives them the skills and confidence to go out and talk to the press. With her ideas, contacts and cheerleading approach, her clients secure the column inches and airwaves that will help them to stand out from the crowd, and shine.
PR School: Your Time to Shine is a masterclass in self-promotion and what the lessons in this book don’t cover, quite frankly don’t exist. The book can be ordered on Amazon, The Book Depository, SilverWood Books, Waterstones, and Wordery. Cast Life – A Parent’s Guide to DDH was Natalie’s first book and sits alongside her charity, DDH UK, which supports thousands of people around the world dealing with hip dysplasia, a condition one of her sons has been treated for over the past decade.
I am really excited about being one of the judges and cannot wait to read what I know will be some excellent entries and find out just what is going on in the world of books right now.
Natalie was thrilled to be a judge in 2020 and said:
Being a judge in 2020 has a real privilege and also a great escape from what is going on around the world. There was a huge range of amazing writers out there and I applaud them to be very proud of their work. I think that so many people think they have a book, but to go out there and actually write it and put it out into the world is a brave step. I wish everyone the best of luck and hope that people will enjoy reading your work as much as I have."