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Are you a Dressage or Rodeo Rider? – Training the Unconscious

Why do some stories, poems, paintings or performances move us when others don’t? Where does a unique artistic voice come from? I believe it begins with a strong connection to the unconscious. The unconscious can be a dark and frightening place; home … Continue reading

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Susan Carey – Author Spotlight Interview – Twisted Tales 2014

Interview questions by editor of Twisted Tales, Annie Evett. Read original blog and other writers’ interviews here Twisted Tales will be available from Amazon from 11th October. The Title of your Flash. A Gibbous Moon What was your initial motivation or … Continue reading

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The Next Big Thing

Thank you to Anouska Huggins  for tagging me in ‘The Next Big Thing,’ blog chain. Anouska is a a gifted writer and Twitter friend who gets up at 5.00a.m. in the morning to write before going to work. Anyone with that … Continue reading

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To Hear an Oriole Sing

Don’t worry, I haven’t taken up singing. Although some say I have a nice singing voice; mezzo-soprano, I’ve been informed. I’m posting Emily Dickinson’s poem about the oriole because I like it and I’m up to my ears in Nanowrimo! The … Continue reading

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Tips for Aspiring Writers – An Interview with The Word Hut

Tell us something about Susan Carey. I was born in Herefordshire, England. My ancestry is Welsh/English. Some years ago I emigrated to Holland to live with my Dutch husband and I now have dual British and Dutch nationality. Even so, … Continue reading

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