Natasha Rhodes

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Natasha Rhodes
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Natasha Rhodes at Comicon, California
Born (1978-04-08) April 8, 1978 (age 36)
Kent, England
Occupation Novelist
Nationality British
Period May 2004-Present
Genre Dark Urban Fantasy, Paranormal romance, Action, Adventure, Horror
Notable works Blade: Trinity, Nightmare On Elm Street: Perchance To Dream, Dante's Girl
Website
www.natasharhodes.com

Natasha Rhodes is a British-born author best known for her contemporary fantasy book series Dante's Girl, starring supernatural crime-fighter Kayla Steele. She has also written many film novelizations of popular blockbuster movies such as Blade: Trinity and the Final Destination series of movies, as well as original books based on films such as the Nightmare On Elm Street series.

Personal life[edit]

Rhodes was born in Kent, England in 1978. Her education includes a BA Honors degree from the Newport University, Wales (UWCN). She was most notably involved in the post-production of cult Indie spoof Cop on the Edge IX: A Prelude to Justice, a full-length underground movie directed by Eddie Keaton in 1997.[1] Released locally, the movie won the coveted student award for getting the crew the most suspensions from using the University film equipment.

Rhodes currently lives in Orange County, California.

Works[edit]

After graduating from the University of Wales in Newport with a BA Honors Degree in Film Production and Cinematography, Rhodes was hired to write official movie novelizations for Black Flame, an imprint of BL Publishing, the publishing arm of UK gaming giant Games Workshop.

Rhodes penned five movie-based original novels and novelizations for the company as a way of supporting herself during a move to Los Angeles. Inspired by the colorful local characters she met in on her travels around California, she wrote her first original novel Dante's Girl 3 years later at the age of 28. Her supernatural Buffy-style book trilogy was set on the streets of Los Angeles and was published by Solaris Books, an imprint which focuses on science fiction, fantasy and dark fantasy novels and anthologies by both established and new authors. The series was distributed to the UK and US booktrade via local divisions of Simon & Schuster.

Her most recent work was a short horror story set in the world of the Los Angeles heavy metal scene. It was published as part of an anthology of new horror writers in The End of the Line: An Anthology of Underground Horror by Rebellion Books.

Official Movie Novelizations[edit]

Kayla Steele Series[edit]

Short Stories[edit]

  • The End of the Line: An Anthology of Underground Horror (October 2010, ISBN 978-1-907519-33-8) (Contributor: short story "Crazy Train")

References[edit]

  1. ^ Database, Internet Movie (1 Jan 1997). "Cop on the Edge IX: Prelude to Justice". Internet Movie Database. Retrieved 12 April 2013. 

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