As a young child, Ayesha love writing. After a couple of failed attempts at university studying economics and then teaching, Ayesha re-kindled her love of writing when she undertook a Bachelor of Communications in Professional Writing.
Since then Ayesha spent many years working as a technical writer, before becoming a published author. Aside from writing her own books, Ayesha has also been a contributing author in several anthologies. She would love to write fiction, but alas, non-fiction is where her talents lie (for now).
Who Gets the Farm? A practical guide to farm succession planning
Ayesha cowrote this book with her former husband, Nick Shady. Together they owned and operated a broad acre grain farm. They saw a need in their community for more conversations around succession planning. Though now divorced, they are still good friends.
Fast Book Writing
Ayesha has a skill for writing a book quickly and she distilled her expertise into this easy to read book so about how to write a non-fiction book in 30 days or less. The book aims to help business owners, coaches and entrepreneurs grow their business and profile by becoming a published author.
Ayesha has published two mandala coloring books one inspired by South East Asia and the other inspired by the Pacific Islands. Ayesha grew up in India and was raised a Buddhist and she fell in love with mandalas at an early age.
This is a beautiful journal to celebrate a couple’s wedding anniversary. Rather than writing a card each, year, the couple can write down love notes in this journal.
Ayesha has contributed as a co-author to several other books including:
- Romance Your Tribe Online: Client Attraction in Action
- Secrets of Success: unlocking the secrets of a successful life
- Superwoman Myths: Breaking the code of silence and speaking up your truth
- Chocolate & Diamonds for the Woman’s Soul: A Collection of Heartwarming Stories of Resilience and Grace
- 365 Ways to Communicate with Your Soul
Breast Reduction Surgery
In 2015, Ayesha had breast reduction surgery. She shared her personal struggles on her blog and got an amazing response. Many women have since had breast reduction surgery themselves after talking with Ayesha.
As she lay in hospital, just hours after her surgery, Ayesha realized that women wanted women wanted more information to help them make a decision about whether a breast reduction was right for them. Ayesha decided that she would document my breast reduction journey, survey other women about their concerns about the surgery, and talk to those who’d already had a breast reduction.
Her book, Breast Reduction Surgery, is a complete guide for women considering breast reduction surgery.
It will be released shortly.