I’m Kelsey Horton – an author, yoga teacher, and Reiki practitioner who writes about stuckness, creative writing, and full-tilt shining.

My new book Robot Coconut Trees: Break Through Writer’s Block, Unleash Your Creative Voice, and Become the Writer You Already Are is designed to help writers bust through their creative blocks with zest, passion, and flow. Get a sneak peek by downloading the first chapter here!

At age nine, my writing was published for the first time in a kids fashion magazine. That article was supposed to be about sunglasses, but it ended up being an impassioned call to individuality – a poetic assurance that readers would look dazzling if they just wore the sunglasses they loved most. I wanted people to shine in their own sunglasses and stop worrying about what other people would think.

My writing style (and fashion advice) hasn’t changed since.



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For writing and speaking opportunities, Contact Me


Peace and Gratitude xx

2 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi Kelsey, I recently reblogged your amazing piece about capturing details in writing and your dance life. And I’ve just nominated you for a Liebster award. There’s no obligation to accept, but if you do, I’ll forward you the rules of engagement. I also linked to your blog in my recent post about the award.
    All best!

    • Hey Rachel! I’m so sorry for the delay, I got the notification but couldn’t figure out what post you had commented on — my bad entirely.

      Thanks so much for your kind words about my blog. I don’t know what a Liebster Award is (other than what I checked out on your blog), but I am honored that you chose me for it and will gladly accept 🙂 How should we connect about this? My e-mail is kelseynichorton@gmail.com if that works easiest. Wishing you a happy healthy 2015 full of abundance and soul — I will have to check out your book this year!

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