Shiju H. Pallithazheth


Shiju H. Pallithazheth
Founder - Motivational Strips

Shiju H. Pallithazheth, an Indian by origin, is a popular author of two books, Katashi Tales and The Ghost Wisdom. His debut YA Fiction Katashi Tales won the gold medal in the category children’s Fiction, and the bronze medal in the overall category for all genres in E Connections Magazine Readers' Choice Awards 2019. This book has been increasing in popularity with readers and writers having been sold in all seven continents of the world and crowned with 5-star ratings by readers in Goodreads, Kobo, Amazon.com, Amazon.au and Amazon.in. Readers of The Ghost Wisdom, a nonfiction, have indicated in reviews that it is a masterpiece and has enlightened their lives. Union Hispanomundial De Escritores and World Nations Writers Union board members unanimously declared it as their ideal book of the year in 2019. Shiju is the Founder of Motivational Strips, a hyperactive active writers' forum on Facebook. It has monthly impressions of 4 million visitors. Writers from more than a hundred and five countries interact on its Facebook page. The forum is seen by worldwide writers as a learning center for Literature. Many Nobel nominees, Literary chair holders, wiki listed authors, and qualitative writers interact on the page to inspire and coach co-writers. Shiju additionally handles Honorary Presidential roles in literary entities like World Nations Writers Union and the Spanish Literary hub called Union Hispanomundial Escritores. It has more than 105,000 members. Shiju is loved and respected by many worldwide writers as their mentor, motivational speaker, and writers' coach. He has been honored and awarded many times in literary circles. He has written hundreds of quotes and many articles for writers. His humility and love for humanity won him the World Epitome of humanity honor from World Institute of peace, Nigeria. His all-time favorite quote is as below: "During childhood, my friends were playing with toys and I was playing with tiny alphabet blocks. They grew up as architects, pilots, engineers, doctors, and lawyers and I became a writer.'