Sharel E. Gordon-Love, Motivational Speaker, Two-time Cancer Survivor and Author
Sharel E. Gordon-Love in Limitless through her Limitedness: A Two-time Cancer Survivor, she is an exceptional author, speaker, and freelance content editor who is a former Domestic Violence victim and a two-time cancer survivor. Sharel personally advocates for both in her writing and the platform of inspirational speaker to share her experiences and life journey.
Sharel has the unique ability to transform lives through her written and spoken words and has delivered these uplifting words of power to schools, churches and media outlets nationwide.
Born and raised in Plainfield, New Jersey, Sharel will tell you that even as a child, life was never ordinary for her. It was during these formative years that she found a great love for the written word and the vehicle it is to be able to help and encourage others.
Sharel E. Gordon-Love, who has reviewed literary artists for A Place of Our Own Book Club (APOOO) 2005 to 2014, also hosted her own radio broadcast, ”Inspired Moments with Sharel,” at World Harvest Radio located in Plainfield, New Jersey. She enjoyed using this platform to introduce new authors, singers, poets, artists and activists, who, like her, address critical health concerns, and work to bring about social change.
Writing for Sharel began at the age of six, winning immediate recognition for her essays and short stories. Her first nonfiction work, “Is There Hope for the Black Male?” was published by Black Child Magazine in 1994.
Certified in Microcomputer Technology and Business Administration, as well as Microsoft Office, Sharel graduated from Berkeley College of Business in 1993 and continued her administrative studies at Kaplan University until 2014.
Sharel’s life experiences and formal education is what she pulled from as an author through which she has been part of an anthology, titled The Heart of Our Community in 2006. Additionally, Sharel has several published works beginning with the “Seasons of Life” series which include the titles, “When He Calls,” “The Putting Away,” and “Change Me for My Season, the latter two titles having been nominated for awards. Sharel has also released an e-book series titled, “Saved to Serve” with two titles available so far, “Messy,” and “The Shame.”
A dedicated Christian, and active church worker on her local church administrative staff, youth department, and women’s ministries, Sharel is also a licensed evangelist in the Church of God in Christ, where she, along with family, attend New Reid Temple COGIC, in East Orange, New Jersey.
Sharel, resides in North Plainfield, New Jersey with her family.