Fiction Writer:

Ellis Nelson has served as an Air Force officer, government contractor, and teacher.  She has had an interest in Buddhism since childhood.  Currently, she lives in Colorado Springs, CO with her husband.  Email contact: himalayaspencerellis(at)yahoo.com.  You may also friend Ellis Nelson on FACEBOOK or follow on TWITTER. My new website for young readers is located at https://ellisnelsonbooks.wordpress.com/.

Her first book was published in Feb. 2012. 

Mystical life is the centre of all that I do and all that I think and all that I write.  WB Yeats

87 responses to “ABOUT

  1. I just signed up for your blog and look forward to reading more posts of yours.You may enjoy mine, http://www.michadam.wordpress.com, which is about my journey of spirit and healing behind my soon-to-published novel, Child of Duende. Blessings!

  2. Ellis, I have nominated you for the Spirit Animal Blog Award. Go to htpps://jenniefitzkee.com

  3. Greetings from Germany

  4. FPB

    Thanks for taking moment out of your day to stop by my blog.

  5. Hi, Ellis! Thanks for the like! Awesome blog, by the way. Can’t wait to discover a little more about your work. :)

  6. Jam

    Thanks for visiting my blog and liking my December Kindle First post! Following your blog and exploring with interest!

  7. "B"

    I enjoyed checking out your blog. Thanks for visiting “Diary of a Beekeeper’s Widow.” Interesting, we both live in Colorado Springs. Best with your writing!

  8. thank you for folowing and liking our latest blogisode we hope continue to enjoy mundanevision

  9. Thanks for stopping by. Your own blog looks amazing. You have done a fabulous job and I’ll be browsing through your posts.

    • Hi Ellison

      I thought I would let you know about my latest book High Performance after Burnout.

      I have attached some information below.

      Have a great Day.

      2015-08-28 2:45 GMT+02:00 ellisnelson :

      > Rita Clucas commented: “Thanks for stopping by. Your own blog looks > amazing. You have done a fabulous job and I’ll be browsing through your > posts.”

  10. Thanks for stopping by my blog!

  11. Thank you for visiting my blog. I hope you liked what you read and I will see you again soon.

  12. Just wanted to say thanks for visiting my blog and liking some of my posts – it’s much appreciated.

  13. Thanks for stopping by my blog! Love hearing and learning from other authors, especially ones that have actually been published!

  14. Thank you for visiting my blog thegiftsthatweshare.com. I am so glad that you did as now I have the opportunity to visit your site. I am impressed with your wealth of information and look forward to following your blog.

  15. You have a great wealth of information on your page. Thank you for liking my blog.

  16. Wishing you peace and tremendous joy. Thank you for your interest in my writing. It’s always inspiring to me to see your likes. Blessings, Etan

  17. Hi! Thanks for visiting my blog. It’s refreshing to know that someone who has worked in tough positions as you have can balance it all with an interest in spirituality. Hoping I learn something from your wonderful blog.

  18. Hi Ellis,
    Thanks for liking my blog. I have enjoyed looking at your blog and have a small interest in Buddhism myself, but have never pursued it.

  19. wizki

    Hello, EN. I wanted to stop by and thank you for visiting my blog lately–it’s very nice to have you in my small but very merry corner o’ the blogosphere! I hope we have a chance to correspond and share our work every once in awhile. I will stop by and comment when I can as well. –DC

  20. Ellis, thank for stopping by at my self named blog post on books and the post of Spelling Reform. I’m going to follow your blog for all the interesting spiritual information! http://www.rochellegridley.wordpress.com

  21. Thanks for appreciating the closest that we can get to the truth. Elior.

  22. Thank you for the like on the latest novella, Ellis. I hope it holds your interest until the end… Mick Dawson

  23. Thanks for liking my blog post. Means a lot to me – someone who is new to expression and being open about feelings!

  24. Ellis, thank you so very much for visiting my blog. Oyata budu saranai, ayubowan, and namaste.

  25. Ellis i just want to say thank you for liking two of my posts, it’s much appreciated.

  26. I enjoyed visiting your Blog! I’m currently following your site. When you get a moment, please support my site with a LIKE and FOLLOW as well.

    Express With Nejae !

    Thanks a Bunch!

  27. Thanks for liking my post! AND thank you for your service. I look forward to reading more .org your blog.

  28. Hi Ellis, thanks for dropping by my blog and liking my post. More importantly, thanks for making me aware of your blog and writing. I look forward to reading more of your words.

  29. Nice blog Ellis. Thanks for visiting mine. Steve

  30. Thanks so much for liking my blog. I had fun perusing yours, especially your feature on St Francis. His prayer is one of my favorite. Keep up the great writing!

  31. Thanks Ellis for stopping by and giving my post a like; I appreciate it. We have some things in common; I am a teacher and I have an interest in Buddhism as well. I would love to learn more about it.

  32. Thanks Ellis for the like; we have some things in common I too am a teacher and I have an interest in Buddhism. I have not touched the surface of it yet, but it is something that I find fascinating about it.

  33. Thanks, Ellis for stopping by my blog http://www.psych-hacker.com. I really appreciate the like. I can see you have a lot of great stuff here that I must continue to check out. What an interesting background you have!

  34. Only a brief pass through your stuff here and I am hooked! Can’t wait to come back and spend more!

  35. Hi there! Thank you for following me, your blog is lovely! I look forward to reading your posts :)

  36. Thank you for “liking” one of my blog posts. I am eager to read your writings, since I love young adult fiction. By the way, you live where I left my heart many years ago. I am stuck on the East Coast now…sigh…

  37. Thanks for stopping by and liking some of our posts at our blog (thereadersroom). Your blog looks really interesting and I look forward to exploring it further!

  38. Very interesting blog! Thank you for dropping by mine and liking my post.

  39. Hello Eliis! You have a very mesmeric site and very intriguing blogs. I look forwards in following you. Thank you for stopping in and liking my blog post.

  40. Thank you for visiting “The Crunchy Trail”. It is nice to **meet** you.

  41. Hello Ellis! It is wonderful to “meet” you! Thanks for visiting The Dream Well, and I hope you find it useful or at least interesting. I love your blog, and will definitely be coming back to see what you are up to. Wishing you all the best…

  42. Thank you for visiting my blog. You have a beautiful, informative blog on fascinating subjects. I am now following and looking forward to learning more from you. I am so glad you drew me to you.

  43. Hi Ellie, thank you for visiting my blog. I was very pleasantly surprised to find yours as a result! I have a touch of the mystic and visionary to me and have loved several of your posts. I look forward to following..SJ

  44. ashodara

    Hi, this is a wonderful and inspiring blog. I am an independent writer and researcher based in India. My area of interest is inter-faith mysticism. Please do go through my blog. You might find it interesting.

  45. Thanks so much for liking my recent post… I have thoroughly enjoyed your page so far, and am so inspired to read this About page. My father and brother are in the Air Force, so it is near and dear to my heart…but there is much, much more to you that I am so excited to get to know. Will be following along! Love & namaste <3

  46. Hi Ellis, Thank you for being such a loyal follower of my blog. You have excellent taste and I am glad to be in your company. Peace, Amanda

  47. Thank you for Stopping by Storyteller. — Ray

  48. Thank you for liking my book review. :)

  49. I would think that an Air Force officer. government contractor and teacher would have a lot to say. I look forward to hearing it.

  50. Thanks for visiting my blog. I think I’ll enjoy following yours.

  51. Glad that you liked my post on my blog :-) My deepest desire is to wander about in the Himalayas and hopefully, I’ll be carrying your book with me :-)

  52. Thank you for liking my Blog. I will be reading yours now we friends… Yay

  53. Thank you so much for stopping by my blog and for following it!
    I am looking forward to reading yours!

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  55. Yeat’s Quote: EXACT same page. :) See my ‘Opening Quotes’ page :)

  56. Thank you for liking my recent book review. It is very much appreciated.

  57. Hello!
    I just wanted to quickly message you and Thank you for liking my recent post about Organizing – I appreciate the attention :)
    Take care,

  58. The gnomes and I want to thank you for visiting and liking my blog!

  59. Hi Ellis, thanks for dropping by and liking my blog. It’s always great to run into another writer, especially one who’s into the mystic. All the best, and do drop by often.

  60. Hi Ellis, Many thanks for taking time to stop by, read and like my blog. I look forward to following your blog as well. wishing you all good things,
    Elizabeth Turrentine

  61. ONE

    Thank you for Liking my post ‘Where’s Tom?’ I Love Tom as I wrote! I asked him (in an earlier Post) if he thought he’d be a ‘hit’. He replied, “I am.”

  62. Ellis, thanks for liking my post! You know, I tried to join the VFA, but they rejected me (by ignoring me until I took the hint), and I have no idea why! I know that I don’t treat people that way, though, so I’m better off. But it’s great to meet a fellow visionary writer!

  63. Thanks for visiting and liking my post.

  64. Ellis, thanks for dropping into my blog spontaneouspresence.net. Curious to know how you even found it. I guess you noticed my mystical bent and now I see yours.
    I’ll be heading to Nepal in April for some interesting work and will surely be tasting the mystical there. But then, I don’t know that I’ve ever had my fill.
    Best to you!

  65. This is beautiful! What a gift to a reader! And thank you for liking my blog post.

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