There is a fine line in writing this type of a book. The line is crossed when the work turns into a dark-self purging memoir that won't pass the desk of the junior editorial assistant. Drawing from your experiences can bring pain in the process but if it is written with a joyful conclusion, or at least one where life lessons are learned and shared, the piece can become compelling.
So, it is not surprising that Shelley's latest book is, "Silent Seduction Self-Talk" Conforming Deadly Thought Patterns to the Word of God, provides tools for dealing with inner conflicts. Who better to write such a book?