Legacy…

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“Well, my friends, for a time the road ends here.

I must away to dismantle Sue’s ‘temple home’.

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If you are still craving her words of wisdom,

then we have been running a selective retrospective of her work

over on the France & Vincent website.

If you follow that blog then the updates will be delivered automatically.

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Alternatively, you could check out some of Sue’s published works.

All the books listed below are available via Amazon

and most of them are available as Kindle Editions.

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Books by Sue Vincent

Mythology

The Osiriad: Myths of Ancient Egypt

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Esoteric Fantasy

Swords of Destiny

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Guided Meditations

Petals of the Rose

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Poetry and humour

Notes from a Small Dog: Four Legs on Two

Laughter Lines: Life from the Tail End

Doggerel: Life with the Small Dog

Pass the Turkey!: Christmas with the Small Dog

Life Lines: Poems from a Reflection

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Midnight Haiku

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With Dr G. Michael Vasey

The Mystical Hexagram: The Seven Inner Stars of Power

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Books by France and Vincent

Triad of Albion

The Initiate –

Heart of Albion –

Giants Dance

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The Doomsday Series

The Ætheling Thing –

Dark Sage –

Scions of Albion

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Lands of Exile

But ‘n’ Ben –

Beck ‘n’ Call –

Kith ‘n’ Kin

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Don & Wen

Finding Don and Wen

Joining Don and Wen

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Graphic Novels

Mister Fox: The Legend

Mister Fox & the Demon Dogs

Mister Fox and the Green Man

Mister Fox: Winter’s Tail

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Loreweavers

An Imperious Impulse: Coyote Tales

 

Available via Amazon worldwide

Enjoy…”

About Stuart France

Writer and Director of The Silent Eye, a modern Mystery School.
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44 Responses to Legacy…

  1. willowdot21 says:

    I do not like to click like but it is a show of support to you the boys and the grandchildren, closing the blog is a closure for us all. I am following your blog. May Sue be happy on her journey. Thank you Stuart for all the love and support you gave her , the same to the boys . In love and light.💜💜

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  2. Jnana Hodson says:

    Best wishes in the next adventures. Enjoy them to the fullest. And thanks for being here up till now.

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  3. An amazing body of work. I hope the blog will be left up as it has so much in it for those seeking wisdom, guidance, light, and love. And whatever the net equivalent of a red kite may be, I suspect people will be guided here….. XX

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  4. Not an easy dismantling, but what a legacy she has left us with. ❤️

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  5. Iain Kelly says:

    Thank you Stuart, following the blog now. Deepest sympathies to you all.

    Liked by 1 person

  6. Darlene says:

    This will not be easy. Blessings to you and the boys as you dismantle her home. Thankfully her words will always be with us.

    Liked by 1 person

  7. earthskyair says:

    My deepest sympathy, Stuart, to you and family.💖

    Liked by 1 person

  8. noelleg44 says:

    Another wound to my heart to see this blog closed. But I know you will carry on Sue’s tradition and I look forward to hearing more, especially about how you are all doing.

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  9. Will be thinking of you as you attend this, one of the saddest tasks.
    Love to you all Stuart.

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  10. Quite a legacy, indeed. And her blog has the ability to reach people all over the world. Thank you, Stuart, for the work you’ve done here this past week sharing thoughts, photos, and words with us. 💗 (Following France & Vincent.)

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  11. Helen Jones says:

    Thinking of you, Stuart x

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  12. Thank you for sharing this with all of us. Sue left quite a legacy ☺️💕🥰

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  13. Thank you, Stuart. I follow all of the blogs so won’t miss anything. Wishing you all the best with the task ahead, not an easy one. I can’t believe how sad I am by the loss of Sue. I still have books to read and review and I’ll be in touch in due course, Stuart, when the anthology comes out. Hugs.

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  14. Hugs. It is such a difficult task to have to be doing so soon.

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  15. Eliza Waters says:

    My thoughts are with you as you venture forth. Peace and blessings… ❤

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  16. CarolCooks2 says:

    God bless you Stewart and give you strength as you tidy up the loose ends …Blessings to Sue’s boys and her grandchildren…I already follow the blogs so will keep up…Hugs xx

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  18. socialbridge says:

    Stuart,
    You have been a rock throughout and so giving still in this time of grief. Sue would be so proud of you.
    Please mind yourself and I hope you don’t find clearing Sue’s place too terrible. Not an easy task at an emotional level to say the least.

    Love and pets, too, to Ani. She and my Puppy Stan are great chums and he worries about her.

    Hugs,
    Jean x

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  19. memadtwo says:

    Thank you for tending so well to Sue and her legacy. (K)

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  20. Jan Sikes says:

    Thank you, Stuart. I know your heart is heavy as you tend to business. I will move over to the France & Vincent blog. I have been choosing one of Sue’s haiku poems from Midnight Haiku to use on each of my Monday Meditation, Motivation, Tarot Reading Blogs. I love helping keep her words alive!

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  21. Widdershins says:

    Aye, ’tis time.

    Liked by 1 person

  22. Toni Pike says:

    What an amazing legacy.

    Liked by 1 person

  23. fransiweinstein says:

    Thank you Stuart and please take care. The task ahead is not easy and you and Sue’s family are in my thoughts, as is Ani. I have tried to follow France & Vincent and I keep getting a message that my subscription has not gone through and I have to use a valid email address.

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  24. Thank you, Stuart. Thoughts are with you all at this sad time, but Sue has left a wonderful legacy of her work and of memories. Take care. xx

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  25. rkrontheroad says:

    I am a latecomer to Sue’s and your blogs, but looked forward to her warm and wise words. I had just received Midnight Haiku through the mail when I learned she had left us. Wishing you well in your own journey.

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  26. Thank you Stuart, such a sad job for you. Hate to press the like button, but it’s the only one. Love to Ani qwho must be so lost missing Sue as we all are. Her words will live on.

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  27. Such a sad task, but I know Sue’s legacy will live on.

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