Natalie Dye was born in London and educated in Surrey. She turned down a place at university to read computer science as her heart was set on journalism.
She has worked as a features writer and an editor in most of the large prestigious newspapers and magazines and is presently the staff features writer of TV Choice and Total TV Guide magazines, Bauer Media; the Contributing editor of Take a Breaks Fate & Fortune and is a Media consultant at Kingston University, London. Natalie also had her own astrology columns in More, Top Sante and New Woman magazines in 1990s/2000s. She has had books published by Robson Books and Ebury (Random House Group).
She is married to Gino Tambini whose grandfather died in the Arandora Star tragedy. This event, which left the family distraught and traumatised, prompted Natalie to write the story and relate the suffering that is still keenly felt today. Her son, Jasper, had spent most of his life in and out of the Great Ormond St Hospital undergoing treatment for a brain tumour and hydrocephalus. Jasper is a mathematics graduate from the University of Southampton and her younger son, Justin, is a at King's College London reading music.