Shelley Wilson Writing Mentor 1:1 Mentoring


Do you struggle with any of the following?

  • You have an idea but you’re not sure where to start?
  • You started writing but feel adrift and need some focus
  • You need motivation and guidance
  • You would welcome an accountability partner (a regular bum kick!)

Writing a book is a big project, and when faced with all the elements of planning, writing, publishing, and marketing, it can leave you feeling overwhelmed.

I offer a 1:1 mentoring service that keeps you on track and gets that first draft written. Think of me as your accountability buddy and writing Yoda all rolled into one!

We start with a strategy session to discover the what, why, who, and how of writing your book. I will then lead you through everything you need to know about writing a book. My 1:1 mentoring service is designed for writers who are serious about getting their book written but need individual support and accountability.

You get an hour with me each month via Zoom and a monthly group co-writing session on the second Sunday of every month.

Each session is tailored to suit your needs. Every writer is as unique as the book they are writing.

I can promise you full support, motivation, honest feedback, and a sprinkle of inspiration along the way.

If you’re interested in making this the year you write your book, then get in touch to book your place (spaces are limited).


The initial panic and doubt that were present when I was asked to write for a large e-publisher were quickly put in their place during my very first “Can you help me write a book?” conversation with Shelley. She knew exactly how I was feeling and what to say to reassure me that I could most definitely write a book!

Shelley’s process was well thought out and thorough. From initial brain dump to curating chapters and content, I knew exactly where I was and what my focus had to be at any given time. That’s not to say I didn’t doubt myself during the process! I did and Shelley not only expected it but she knew how to move me forward. As I progressed, my love of commas and exclamation marks was soon reduced to mere necessity! And who knew that two spaces after a full stop was no longer a thing… a hard habit to break after learning to type on a typewriter! Shelley was there every step of the way and under her expert guidance, I hit my publishing deadlines and proudly submitted my first book.

It is no understatement to say that I could not have done it without Shelley, and I cannot thank her enough.” Sarah Gray, Sarah Gray Stylist, Published Author of How to Dress with Confidence at Work

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