About Leroy

May 11, 1985, I arrived in the land of opportunity. An eighteen year old transplant, in a whole new environment. Of course, on arrival this naive youngster was looking for streets of gold. In fact, I found my silver lining decades later, that would be my writing. Twenty six years that have seen a lot of good times. A hell of a lot of hard times. BUT!! I am thankful that I have found something to be passionate about. Nothing has felt this natural.

Writing is something that found me. It started out innocently as a hobby about my 4th year in Canada. I spent years along the Canadian nature trails and countless nights burning the midnight oil. Later on, I started sharing my work with coworkers at Women’s College Hospital in Toronto. They encouraged me to publish my work because they were very inspiring. That is what I mean by a silver lining, here I was issuing uniforms well off the path that it seem I was meant to be on because of my “brilliance“  but it somehow revealed things to me I never knew about me. I followed through on the encouragement and here I am a published writer. The owner of Sir-10-Lee Publishing and Promotions. I now feel that my mission is now to share “The Dream” with the world.

I have been blessed to have supportive people all around me. I was asked to perform at a couple organizations’ dinners and those led to a few follow-up engagements. Moving forward I will seek every opportunity to spread the wonderful messages of togetherness, a little nostalgia and a whole heap of positivity with the world. Along the way I hope to inspire others who have their passion immersed in the sea of daily routines. I will start working on my biography/autobiography in the near future and along the way I will work on new projects. At this point I don’t even want to talk about myself without mentioning “The Dream”‘.  I feel encouraged and blessed by family friends and a few fans…lol. The response has been phenomenal . It is a small sample to date about 400 copies on the road so far. Well! Just about every thing about “The Dream” has that irie sensation.

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Irie! Irie!!

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