If you haven’t heard of me, know who I am, I am Shellie Palmer a self published author, poet, graphic designer & mental health advocate. Here you’ll get all my blogs from the last of 2020 and previous blogs. Blogging has become second nature to my writing itself, so you’ll get the best of both worlds. ENJOY!
Self Published author Shellie Palmer set out on her writing journey in 2013 with her then first book, a compilation of poetry and testimonials which takes readers into her story of life, disability, depression anxiety and truth. The Poetry Diaries had a rough start with mixed reviews. It eventually was recognized for its purpose to… Continue reading The Poetry Diaries Remastered Brings New Light To The Original
What may be selfish to some, the all me attitude isn’t me. I’m the last person to think of herself. I’d much rather know how everyone else is feeling and doing.
I’m not a self proclaimed jet setter, adventurer, though I do wander quite often. Curious what’s out there in the world. I want to see and do as much as possible in my lifetime. Making life count with my travels whether big or small. I love nature, being one with the world, view and take… Continue reading Travels and Destinations
I began my self publishing career and journey in 2013 with only knowing little how to self publish and what to do with my book, which there was only one to begin with at the time not even realizing there were several layers to my life and journey. I became a self proclaimed extrovert in… Continue reading Newly Re Mastered Book Series
Self publishing does come with some rules and instructions. It is important how dedicated and determined you are to self publish.
My writing is quite different than other works I’ve read. It is me bearing my heart and soul leaving nothing out. I’m an open book to an extent that is. I write what I’m feeling how I’m feeling at a given moment. It is in testimony and poetry format, and in ways of my spirituality without being preachy.
You’re on a journey, but are you truly living through it and doing what’s best for you, not what other’s want you to do. We have limits and we certainly have breaking points
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