About Kimesha Coleman:
As a Life Strategist and Transformation Coach, she has a passion for helping others bypass the setbacks she has personally experienced, break free from their invisible jail, overcome barriers, and find their purpose by discovering their greatness.
Kimesha Coleman wants nothing more than to help clients progress from victim to victor by overcoming insecurities and low self-esteem. The President and CEO of Kimesha Coleman Coaching, Kimesha is a life coach, motivational speaker, and the author of He Loves Me Not: Buried Tears of Betrayed Love. Her book inspires readers with its candid format, each chapter a portrayal of her remarkable story, which she adeptly transforms into motivational jewels.
Prior to coaching professionally, Kimesha mentored women in domestic violence and emergency situations. As a survivor of abuse, she had a sincere desire to help others and this aspiration led to advising women at Concord Baptist Church in the Restoring Vessels, a single mother’s ministry, Genesis Shelter for battered women and Hope Mansion for women in crisis. Kimesha is a Motivational Speaker, Facilitator, and Sexual & Domestic Violence Advocate and recently had the privilege of speaking for God’s Women of Purpose and Unlocking Your Potential Women’s Enrichment Seminar in the Dallas area. She has also hosted job readiness training for battered women at Genesis Shelter.
Kimesha understands hardships and knows exactly how it feels to live in fear or in a state of uncertainty, but it is her quest to help others find clarity. Her compassion, expertise and sterling reputation are factors new and existing clients have come to depend on. Kimesha’s goal is to bring hope to the hopeless, to empower and transform lives and she wishes to be a stepping stone toward the brighter, more promising future you deserve.
What inspires you to write?
Honestly, I had no desire to write. I started to write because of a suggestion made by my business adviser. Once I started I realized I had a lot stored up in me that I wanted to say. My first book tells a short story of my pain. There are so many people hurting from childhood issues, betrayal, and lack of love you name it, I felt that the least I could do would be to share my story and help someone else come out of darkness
Tell us about your writing process.
When I started to write, I didn’t have a process. I learned along the way. Starting with writing out the title of the book and then listing the table contents, which will break down each topic I plan to write about. This would be the outliner process.
What advice would you give other writers?
Write from the heart, imagine like a child.
How did you decide how to publish your books?
Because I really wanted to get my story out, I chose to self publish. This also gives me a lot more flexibility to do and write what I feel the readers would like to know more about.
What do you think about the future of book publishing?
The future of book publishing……. with all the advanced technology anything is possible. We could all have our own print shop in the living room.
What genres do you write?: self help, relationships,
What formats are your books in?: Both eBook and Print