Discussion Topics/or/ Choose Your Own
Walking By Faith
Sheila discusses how her writing career began. She tells how it took
faith and courage to step into a world that was unfamilar to her. With no writing experience and just the voice of God guiding her, Sheila
completed her first non-fiction book in just eight months. Now, with five years as a professional writer, two books,
and numerous articles, Sheila can truly say, "She did it walking by faith."
Destined To Succeed
Sheila encourages young teens to never give up on their dreams.
She let's them know that God uses those that men consider worthless and use them for His glory. Sheila also
encourages them to use their gifts for greatness, instead for evil. *Youth
counselors and teachers are welcome to suggest topics of interest.
A Woman's Worth
Women go through so much in life. With roles, such as motherhood, wife, and as
career women, it's easy to lose yourself in the mist of the hustle and bustle. Sheila speaks words of empowerment
in these settings that women will know that they have a purpose in life than just caregivers. She speaks
from experience on the subject, because it was at a women's conference years ago that she found the stength and courage
to follow her dreams and bring them into fruition.
Becoming an Author
You must believe in your work or no one else will. There are many pitfalls as
an author, learn what works best for you. What works for others, will not necessarily be key for you. Learn who
your target audience is and find your niche. Beware. No one can promise you a bestseller or get your book in every bookstore.
Sheila also speaks of how marketing is important when you are trying to get your book to stand out among thousands of
Sheila L. Jackson is
available to deliver the keynote address at your next event. With more than 17 years of speaking, 20 years
of teaching experience (many Genres & Topics) and 7 years as a published author, Sheila can bring an inspiring
and uplifting message to your next women & teen conference, book clubs, college and high school forums,
or any occasion.
L. Jackson at SJ@comcast.net