Episode 8: Shellie Tomlinson

Nov 2, 2020

Shellie Tomlinson joins me on the podcast today!  Get ready to laugh out loud — Shellie brings her sassy southern belle humor to the show and shares her journey from talker to paid speaker.
Hear why I think roundabouts are evil and the story of the lost microphone. 

Shellie shares her heart for people, her love of Jesus, and some great business tips. 
Shellie's Website
Shellie's books & resources

Meet My Guest

Shellie Tomlinson

Shellie is the fun-loving host of the All Things Southern podcast who lives to help hungry hearts feast on Jesus through humor and storytelling. Shellie is a popular humorist, speaker, and country cook. She’s the author of the award winning nonfiction humor titles Suck Your Stomach In and Put Some Color On and Sue Ellen’s Girl Ain’t Fat, She Just Weighs Heavy!

Shellie’s storytelling cookbook, “Hungry is a Mighty Fine Sauce” is now on bookshelves along with it’s delightful companion Devotions for the Hungry Heart. Shellie’s debut book in the faith market, Heart Wide Open has been endorsed by Missy and Korie Robertson saying it will fuel your desire for a deeper relationship with God.

Related Episodes

Episode 115: Creating Social Media Content

Episode 115: Creating Social Media Content

Does the very thought of social media make you cringe? I get it. It can be hard when you get on there and see that everyone seems to have a perfect life. Can I stop you there? Remember that it's not about you – it's about what God has done in your life. If you want to...

Episode 114: Speaker Event Checklist

Episode 114: Speaker Event Checklist

  Getting ready for your speaking engagement requires a lot of preparation, right? You've got your speaker agreement, contract, and when and where you're scheduled – and that's just the beginning. On top of being nervous about speaking, you might be worried about...

Episode 113: Crafting a Message Your Audience Will Remember

Episode 113: Crafting a Message Your Audience Will Remember

Have you ever been inspired by a speaker at an event and then forgotten their message immediately after you left? Maybe you were touched by what the speaker shared at the moment but left without really remembering what they taught. Or maybe you were lucky enough to...

0 Comments