Who is Shelly Cameron
My writing journey began when I was 10 years old doing an important entrance exam. Suffice it to say, I excelled. My passion for the craft evolved into writing policies for the Pharmaceutical and various other industries. My journey found meaning during my doctoral dissertation writing process when I wanted to do something that would make a difference to society. I researched the topics of Leadership and Success which was later published in the JAABC Business Journal and received outstanding recognition.
8 Books later as my journey progressed, aspiring new and longtime authors reached out asking for help. It transformed by role as coach for organizations, and Career Changers into my most enthusiastic role as Book Writing Coach as I responded to private and public calls for help.
It brings me great joy and satisfaction as new writers experience novel personal growth when their first book is released. My greatest pride is having worked closely with Reggae Music Matriarch, Pat Chin as she wrote to leave her legacy of a lifetime contribution, initially working alongside Music Icons like Bob Marley while nurturing the careers of artists, Maxi Priest, Shaggy, Beenie Man, Sean Paul, and more.
Are you Ready to step out on your own writing Journey but feeling afraid, frustrated, or overwhelmed? Perhaps you published a decade or more ago and cannot seem to get back on track. Do not despair. Connect with me today. Let us work together to transform your dream into reality as we rebrand your professional profile and prowess like so many others who have worked with me.
The Transition Coach who helps busy professionals get out of their comfort zone. Stop Waiting and start doing. A year from now-no regrets
How does becoming a published author help you?The one thing that the top influencers in every industry have in common, is that they all have at least one book written by them or about them.
- Being an author gives you a much-needed platform to highlight what makes you unique. Having your own book has a profound influence on others. It opens you up to exclusive opportunities that would not normally be open to you.
- Your legacy. Writing a book allows you to leave a permanent imprint on society. This is something that will last beyond your lifetime. Something that will leave a trail for your loved ones and others to read.