ABOUT

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.

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

50 responses to “ABOUT

  1. Thanks for visiting and liking my post.

  2. Ellis, thanks for dropping into my blog spontaneouspresence.net. I see you are of a mystical bent as I am. I’m heading to Nepal April 1 where I suppose I’ll be getting my fill, and then some–if that’s possible. ;)

    (ps I tried posting a comment here yesterday and it did not work.)

    • You bet!

      Blessings,

      Christine

      Website

      Blogs:

      Mused by Magdalene

      Blog from the Back of the Bike

      Two Twitch a Tale

      Magdalene A.D.

      https://www.facebook.com/MagdaleneAD

      “When it’s over, I want to say: all my life I was a bride married to amazement. I was the bridegroom, taking the world into my arms.

      When it is over, I don’t want to wonder if I have made of my life something particular, and real. I don’t want to find myself sighing and frightened, or full of argument.

      I don’t want to end up simply having visited this world.” ~ Mary Oliver

  3. 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!

  4. thanks for stopping by and liking one of our blog posts!

  5. Hello! Thanks for your service to our country! And thank you for visiting my blog! I will definitely be checking out your writing!

  6. Hi, thanks for liking some of my work, it’s nice to get appreciation from a real author and know I’m not just writing complete rubbish!

  7. Hello from the birthplace of BUDDHA. Please accept a token of peace

  8. Thanks for the visit and the like!

  9. Ellis,
    I wanted to thank you for your kind attention to my blog. We each have a unique emphasis in our writing, but in spite of that difference I have felt very much at home reading here. I’ve been enjoying browsing here recently, and see why you have such a loyal following in your readership.

    I’m going to follow myself and look forward to your future contributions.

    Warm regards…..John H.

  10. Thank you for liking my post yesterday on my blog, How to Be a Better Human. I love the look of your author website. Good luck with your books!

  11. Hi. Thank you for enjoying my ”Now, for those resolutions…” blog. It’s always nice to read yours too. Take care now.

  12. Thanks for liking my blog post! I just looked at your book and it looks like something I would like. I will add it to my TBR list!

  13. Thanks. If you don’t mind I’d like to email you from time to time about ideas and challenges.

  14. Hi, Ellis – thanks for visiting my blog! I will look forward to visiting more of yours!

  15. Thank you for visiting my blog and thank you for the service to our country.

  16. Hi, and thank you for enjoying my Talk is Sometimes Just That blog. But, what does the blue Buddha mean?

    • It looks like a wrathful deity to me. It’s a Tantric art piece and, to be honest, I’m not familiar enough with it to say. Tantric colors are supposed to speak to us on a subconscious level cutting through illusion.

  17. Thank you for visiting my blog. I look forward to your posts.

  18. Thanks for visiting my blog and liking my post.

    • Hello Ellis

      Hice to get your regular messages.

      Yesterday my new book The Reluctant Hero was launched in EBook format on Amazon.com

      The Reluctant Hero is the pre-sequel to Tango Dragon and the Asteroid that was released last May. At less that $5,

      The Reluctant Hero is a great offer including romance, the challenges of falling in love with that special person you know you are meant for.

      Also spiritual emotional growth, intrigue, detective resolution, chase, courage and amazing bravery and that is just the women.

      As for the men, well, its their profession so best not to complain just to remember that when the going get tough the tough get going.

      It would be nice of you to tell your friends about The Reluctant Hero.

      Ellis, have a great day and welcome to the Denton Thing.

      2014-12-11 0:53 GMT+01:00 ellisnelson :

      > ramblinrose commented: “Thanks for visiting my blog and liking my > post.”

  19. Thank you so much for checking out my blog!

  20. Thanks for reading The Mole Family Christmas

  21. I love your mission and your attitude. I will be visiting your blog often,

  22. Thanks Ellis, for visiting my blog and liking my post. You have a really nice site. For me especially so because I too have been writing for children. So, looking forward to great sharing through our blogs/sites.

  23. Thank you for dropping by Malcolm’s Corner and liking ‘My Strange Friends’.

  24. Cynthia

    Thanks for liking my post.

  25. Hey Ellis, I just wanted to take the time to say thanks for liking my post on Rattle and Drum. Have you had the time to explore Shamanism in your busy schedule?

  26. Dear Ella,
    Many thanks for visiting our blog https://globalchildren.wordpress.com/
    Today is our first posting as it took a while to find the time. Life throws us many hurdles and time seems to drift by silently. Best Mark

  27. Ellis, Thank you for stopping by http://www.spiritualsnippets.com I read the first pages of Into the Land of Snows. Excellent writing. I’m putting it on my list of “Must Reads” for the first of the year! Brenda

  28. Hi Ellis! Thanks for liking my post. Your site is interesting and I would love to read your books sometime. I appreciate you taking the time to read my blog.

  29. Thank you for the visit! Your site is very inviting.

  30. Thanks for visiting my blog and liking my post. You have a really nice site :)

  31. Thanks for liking About on my blog learningtocry.wordpress.com
    We have at least 4 things in common…writing, Buddhism, labrynths, and Colorado. : )
    I lived in Colorado Springs as a toddler and have a strong draw towards Boulder. Just haven’t figured out the ins and outs of making it there.
    I am all about health.
    Suzanne

    • Yes, I love Boulder too. Very progressive with health & spirituality but a high cost of living. We’re in CO Springs because of my husband’s job. It’s a VERY conservative town and not a good fit for me.

  32. Ellis, Thank you for your service to our country in the Air Force. Your book sounds interesting and I will definitely make a purchase. Also, I so much appreciate your taking the time to read my blog. It is always nice to have a new friend stop by.

  33. Thank you for visiting my blog. I will definitely be spending some time checking out your site!!

    Have a wonderful afternoon!

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