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Sue Vincent

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Sue Vincent is a Yorkshire born writer currently living in the south of England, largely due to an unfortunate incident with a map, a pin and a blindfold. Raised in a spiritually eclectic family she has always had an unorthodox view on life, particularly the inner life, which is often reflected in her writing, poetry and paintings.

She maintains a popular blog, https://scvincent.com and is currently owned by Ani, the inimitable Small Dog, who also writes.

Sue lived in France for several years, sharing a Bohemian lifestyle and writing songs before returning to England where the youngest of her two sons was born. She began writing and teaching online several years ago, and was invited to collaborate with Dr G. Michael Vasey on their book, "The
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Sue Vincent The best thing about being a writer is to have untold worlds and possibilities as a playground :)
Sue Vincent I don't usually get writer's block... but the best way to handle the 'down' days is to write. It doesn't matter what goes on the page... any 'stream o…moreI don't usually get writer's block... but the best way to handle the 'down' days is to write. It doesn't matter what goes on the page... any 'stream of consciousness' will do. You can edit later... or even scrap the piece, as you are certain to get ideas. Pictures are good too for inspiration... or ironing.(less)
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I may sit with my back to most of the house a lot, but I still have to do the housework. I can’t ignore it, even though I can’t necessarily see it. I know it is there and, if I … Continue reading →
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"A wonderful set of poems, showcasing the talent of Sue Vincent, and her four-legged pooch Ani!
Sue Vincent has a way with words, she can tell a tale in rhyme that hooks you and leaves you wanting more.
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“Dream by all means… I still want to see every corner of the globe, paint a perfect picture and hold a star in my hand. Dreams and imagination are the fuel of life. But don’t ignore the moment and all it has to offer. Who knows what you could be missing?”
S.C. Vincent

“Unless we press the limits, unless we stretch and expand them, unless we can accept at least the possibility that we may be wrong, or blinkered, or wrapped in our own habitual and familiar vision, we will never even see the prison bars we have constructed, let alone be able to break free of them.”
S.C. Vincent

“The wound is the place where the Light enters you.”
Rumi

“You know it's love when you want to give joy and damn the consequences.”
Frank Herbert

“Ah Love! could thou and I with Fate conspire
To grasp this sorry Scheme of Things entire,
Would not we shatter it to bits -- and then
Re-mould it nearer to the Heart's Desire!”
Omar Khayyam

“Dream by all means… I still want to see every corner of the globe, paint a perfect picture and hold a star in my hand. Dreams and imagination are the fuel of life. But don’t ignore the moment and all it has to offer. Who knows what you could be missing?”
S.C. Vincent

“Unless we press the limits, unless we stretch and expand them, unless we can accept at least the possibility that we may be wrong, or blinkered, or wrapped in our own habitual and familiar vision, we will never even see the prison bars we have constructed, let alone be able to break free of them.”
S.C. Vincent

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message 8: by Sue

Sue Vincent Glad to help, Phyllis :)


Phyllis Goodwin Hi Sue, Success at last - I have added my blog to Goodreads and I now have some colour photos etc. I just need to improve on my text presentation. Thanks for your help!


message 6: by Sue

Sue Vincent Hi Phyllis! I need to do some housekeeping on Goodreads, I think, sometime very soon. The books have been a delight to work on over the past few years. Most of them recount our adventures within the ancient landscape and living the journey has been a real voyage of discovery.


Phyllis Goodwin Thanks Sue for your friendship. I joined in 2014 and just decided to do something about my author page! I'm very impressed by your efforts in four years! Hope to read your small dog book sometime in the future. Best wishes.


message 4: by Sue

Sue Vincent My pleasure, Gisela :)

#Children's books for Christmas and whoever wants to read a great story. still wondering what to buy then perhaps Book Five of the Talon Series by Gigi Sedlmayer (or..."


message 3: by Gigi

Gigi Sedlmayer Thank you Sue for connecting.

#Children's books for Christmas and whoever wants to read a great story. still wondering what to buy then perhaps Book Five of the Talon Series by Gigi Sedlmayer (or the whole series) Condors, adventure, poachers.. great books.

http://www.amazon.com/Gigi-Sedlmayer/...


message 2: by Sue

Sue Vincent Loretta wrote: "Hi, Sue. Thanks for the friendship request. Often they are from people I haven't 'met' before, so it was nice to see a face I recognised. I hadn't realised you were a near neighbour, either, lol. A..."

Hi Loretta,
I know... you get both the weird and the wonderful sometimes,, don't you?
I'm in a village in Aylesbury Vale, and yes, it is gorgeous coutryside around the Chilterns :)


Loretta Hi, Sue. Thanks for the friendship request. Often they are from people I haven't 'met' before, so it was nice to see a face I recognised. I hadn't realised you were a near neighbour, either, lol. Aren't we blessed to live in such a beautiful place?


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