A lot has been shifting in my life in the past several months, and overall, I feel like I am moving from a more Doing space to a more Being space. As you might have noticed, this has meant a lot less “hustle.” No social media videos, a rare post here and there, and a…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.
I’ll make this brief. Matthew Templeton and the Enchanted Journal will be, as you probably surmised, available tomorrow. You can pre-order your Kindle copy today, and November 1, your physical copy. You know, like a book. Pre-order here – and be sure to leave a review and share! Thanks! – Natalie
My latest book needs your help, and it needs it now, so I’ll keep this short and sweet: “Just Call Me Is” will introduce children to concepts that we, as adults, are becoming more and more familiar with. Things like meditation, presence, gratitude – all, of course, by way of a relatable (and, sure, somewhat…Read more »
Remember that one time when I said I was going to write a blog post per month? Yeah, that was funny. Please, allow me to include my list of worthy excuses at the end of the post, so as to save some time here. The reason I’m writing now after something of a hiatus, is…Read more »
WRITING. That’s right, I am writing. No, not in this blog post (though yes, that’s very astute of you), but in life. I’ve been doing a lot of Typewriter Rodeo events here in Austin, which if you haven’t checked it out, you really should: http://typewriterrodeo.com/ And the funny thing about using that part of my…Read more »
Hello Readers, It’s been, oh, about a month since I have posted here, so I thought I’d just give you all a quick update. Here’s what Peter and I have been up to. Earlier this week we (along with the help of some improviser friends in town) did a One Page Salon reading from the…Read more »