2 Days To Write Retreat

Poets & Writers Getaway To Write

Leave behind the distractions of your busy life.

Gather in a supportive community.

Make important breakthroughs in your writing.

Mind. Body. Soul. Write.

Journey out. Uncover mysteries within. A change of setting in a new destination has the power to take your writing in new directions.

Where do you need to go to get some downtime to write? What daily responsibilities or expectations of your time and energy stand in the way of you getting your work done? You might need to make a trip of it.

Getaway from your normal routine of life. Gift yourself the space and time to get your writing done on this 2 Days To Write Retreat on Hutchinson Island, Florida. You’ll be amazed at what floods in to fill the space you create. Join like-minded people on our inaugural Weekend Writers Retreat. No chores, no daily routine to distract you, and the luxury of being in a stress-free environment from the day of your arrival to your day of your departure.

This weekend writing retreat is based on the belief that when writers leave behind the distractions of their busy lives and gather in a supportive community, they can make important breakthroughs in their writing.

Retreat Goal

The purpose of this Retreat is to give participants dedicated time to progress your writing project in a supportive environment. It will allow participants a distraction-free setting to write as well as the opportunity to speak to and seek feedback from other writers.

What To Expect

  • The space to write
  • Surprising Discoveries
  • Growth as a Writer
  • Supportive community among like-minded people
  • Opportunity to Seek Feedback from other Writers
  • Publishing Tips for the New Writer
  • Marketing Trends for the New and Experienced Writers

The daily agenda of this event is available upon registration


Charmaine Allwood-Hanson

Thank you very much Dr. Cameron for seeing this dream come to light.
I would like to take this opportunity, to say a special thank you to Dr. Shelly Cameron.
Dr. Cameron has been very instrumental in seeing this book (I Speak, You Read) come to fruition, she has been my agent, guide, formatter, mentor and basically my everything.
Thank you very much Dr. Shelly Cameron for your guidance, input, and overall support.

Antoya Lee, Writer

The poem, inspired by my personal experiences, but brought out  by the tips and strategies provided during the workshop by you, Dr. Shelly, as well as DrSue . Thank you all for your time and resources, and this wonderful writing workshop. I am so happy I came.Our communities need more individuals like you all. Your work is never in vain.

Sherri Wilson

Dr. Shelly, I enjoyed the workshop. I’ve already put my Pad Folio to use.   Thank you, for a great workshop.  Looking forward to the next one.

Writers Workshop Participant

I attended a writers workshop with a friend/co-worker, and I was encouraged, energized and was in a euphoric daze after listening to you. I am the woman with the gritty description of urban life through the eyes of a nine-year-old.


Author | Writer | Coach

Dr. Shelly Cameron is an Author, Speaker, OD Consultant and Coach. She has researched the topic of Success and written 6 books on Success, Leadership, Career Development, and Motivation. Her research on the Leadership Challenge was published in the Journal of American Academy of Business Cambridge (JAABC), and recognized by Nova Southeastern University. She now uses the results of her research to connect others to Success.

Performing Artist | Writer | Author | Poet

Dr. Susan Lycett Davis is a skilled professional with over 30 years of business experience holding both administrative and instructional positions with multi-national firms. Having successfully worked in both the UK and the USA, she has demonstrated expertise and success in managing organizational transformation and growth, employee development, diversity awareness, workplace violence prevention, and conflict resolution initiatives.

A Professor, Consultant and Cultural Ambassador, Dr. Davis has a keen interest in human resources development, cultural competency and diversity issues and spends time assessing, developing and implementing initiatives that will benefit the welfare of employees. She has been instrumental in conceptualizing and developing several models which have been presented at conferences nationally and internationally. Dr Davis (aka Dr Sue) is also a trained Performing Artist, Writer, Author and Poet