• Biography

    Natalie Corbett Sampson grew up in the big city and moved to Nova Scotia to attend Acadia University where she met a boy. She completed post graduate studies at Dalhousie University and became a Speech Language Pathologist. Now Natalie's day job as an SLP allows her the opportunity to work with awesome kids and their families, while her rest-of-the-time job lets her release pent up creativity and frustration by pounding the Mac keys to create alternate truths.

    Natalie's books include: Game Plan (2013), Aptitude (2015), It Should Have Been a #GoodDay (2016) and Take These Broken Wings (2017). All four novels have been well received and graciously reviewed. Another book is always in the works. When she's not working or writing Natalie spends hours on Halifax roads chauffeuring her four budding athletes and musicians to their ecclectic activities. 

    • Game Plan, November 2013 by Fierce Ink Press

      "Poignant, well-paced and compassionate, Game Plan is an achingly real look at how two families cope when life doesn't go as planned." — Tish Cohen, bestselling author of The Truth About Delilah Blue and Inside Out Girl. 

    • Aptitude, September 2015 by Fierce Ink Press

      “Akin to the haunting subtleties of Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale and Lowry's The Giver, Natalie Corbett Sampson delivers in Aptitude a richly-imagined dystopian world, which seems scarily all too plausible."— Jo Treggiari, author of Ashes, Ashes

    • It Should Have Been a #GoodDay, Feb 2016

      Sampson excels at dissecting the struggles of today’s teens with a writing style that is raw, but genuine and straight forward. - BR Myers

    • Take These Broken Wings, Feb 2017

      "With her knack for tackling tough issues, Sampson manages to find the humour and hope in heart-breaking tragedy." - Alisha Sevigny