The blog Excuse me, I have something to say came to fruition when, Shaun Phillip Naylor felt like I didn’t have a voice. He had been through a rough and a mentally exhausting period of his life. Unsure of where he fit in anymore. Shaun was at a loss, he had somehow forgotten who I was and no longer felt like the confident Shaun who was strong and in control of his own mind. Shaun started this blog as a way to take back control, It was a safe place to talk about this crazy ride we call life, with all its ups and downs.
A self proclaimed inconsistent blogger Shaun would only write when he felt like he needed to. So, it’s probably a good thing that it’s been a while since his last blog post.
The most popular blog Shaun posted was his coming out story. Although many of the sites posts generated positive feedback it was this one that seemed to resinate with people. Shaun felt as though he had found a very small platform to share stories and relate to others and at the same time be positive.
So with that in mind Shaun took on a new challenge. Turning ‘Excuse me’ into a podcast! One where people can discuss life, and all the things that it throws at us. After the release of only a few episodes Shaun was approached by Lipp Media. A national podcasting network who wanted Excuse me to join their collective. The majority of season one was released through Lipp Media before they dissolved in early 2021. Shaun has since been approached by a bigger podcasting network community 'That's not canon' which is now home to
'Ecxuse me, I have something to Say'. the future is bright for this humble podcast