My lovely agent, Jill Corcoran, recently suggested to me that I “build more of an online presence.” An innocuous suggestion, but to my ears, it may as well have been “build an army and overthrow capitalism.” In other words: a big project. So here I am today, knee-deep in writing articles, posting on Facebook, emailing…Read more »
I think a lot of people are feeling overwhelmed right now. Maybe even a little hopeless. These feelings, more than any others I know, tend to sort of permeate the air – they’re catching; they spread. I’m feeling hopeless today. I really am. I had a conversation last night with someone about diet. The more…Read more »
A few posts ago I mentioned: Body Image. I was talking about a potential second book to Just Call Me Is. It would focus specifically on body image from a mindfulness standpoint, for tweens. Well that was about a month or more ago, and now, that book is finished. At this point I am 90…Read more »
Well, the title pretty much sums it up and I am currently busy going a little crazy with a long list of things to do because… JUST CALL ME IS just came out today! Amazon page: http://a.co/8Erv4yx Facebook Pages: https://www.facebook.com/AuthorNatali… https://www.facebook.com/justcallmeis/ Twitter: @nataliegrigson Now *that* was the shortest blog post ever.
For those of you who don’t know, JUST CALL ME IS: AN INTRODUCTION TO MINDFULNESS is coming out oh so soon, on December 1. A mere 26 days later, I have another book coming out called THE TIMELESS TALE OF PETER ABLE. It’s not a book on mindfulness – but it is a fun look…Read more »
That’s the saying, right? No? Okay, well, you should still jot those dates down, because coming up on December 1, JUST CALL ME IS: AN INTRODUCTION TO MINDFULNESS is hitting Amazon in both print and e-versions. Then on December 27, THE TIMELESS TALE OF PETER ABLE (Book 2 in the Peter Able series) will be…Read more »
This weekend the annual Texas Book Festival will be taking over the capital steps and Congress Ave. in downtown Austin. It’s like those book fairs you had when you were a kid – only with thousands of people, hundreds of authors, speakers, and panels, and more books than you could dream to fit in your…Read more »