Amber Nasrulla has been writing with crayons and pencils since the age of six when she scribbled her first dramatic work of fiction, "Pretty Pink," about a two-storey house that fell in love. Eventually, Amber tossed the crayons and continued writing stories using typewriters and later, computers. Since then, her articles have appeared in The Globe and Mail, ELLE Canada, Chatelaine, Homemaker's, Canadian Living, TV Guide (Canada), the Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Magazine, Orange Coast Magazine, and Air Miles Inspired Living to name a few. She primarily covers entertainment (film/TV), women's health, and business, but also writes about religion, travel, and parenting for print and online publications. She is a member of ASJA and was a judge for the International Regional Magazine Association's 2011 awards.
Amber was born in England, grew up in Canada, and now divides her time working on projects in Southern Ontario and Southern California. She has an undergraduate degree in English with a minor in Chemistry from McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario. She completed her postgraduate degree in Journalism (Magazine stream) from Ryerson University in Toronto. She's travelled through much of Europe, South Asia, and the Middle East. One day she hopes to be a true citizen of the world. To achieve that she needs to travel a whole lot more and talk to heaps of interesting folk. Feel free to email her. Read her work.