About Natalie Grand

“Natalie Grand is an open book. Read between the lines of her work, and you’ll find passion, perseverance, and tenacity. The Natalie Grand people know today is the result of years of self development and hard work to overcome a history of negativity and oppression. Even though she was raised as a fourth-generation cult member with heavy parental guidance, taught against education, individuality, and women empowerment, Natalie Grand took it upon herself to defy all odds and create a better life for herself and her children.
Natalie Grand succeeded, and today, she’s proud to share her lessons learned and wise words of encouragement with women in pursuit of happiness. As a lifelong learner, Natalie remains passionate about unveiling cults and world cultures, while fueling her passion for travel and education. READ MORE


You might think Cult Girls would have a rather limited readership (ex-Jehovah’s Witnesses) but I, who never bothered to learn anything about those strange people who rang my doorbell with “good news” loved it. Jehovah’s Witnesses aside, this beautifully illustrated graphic novel pertains to any cult. Nicely and clearly written, it’s a good harrowing story.

Trina Robbins