Author Archives: Sue Vincent

About Sue Vincent

Sue Vincent is a Yorkshire-born writer and one of the Directors of The Silent Eye, a modern Mystery School. She writes alone and with Stuart France, exploring ancient myths, the mysterious landscape of Albion and the inner journey of the soul. Find out more at France and Vincent. She is owned by a small dog who also blogs. Follow her at scvincent.com and on Twitter @SCVincent. Find her books on Goodreads and follow her on Amazon worldwide to find out about new releases and offers. Email: findme@scvincent.com.

Unexpected gems

And day four to finish – *** The final day of my friend’s visit dawned grey and cold. In spite of another late night we were up about dawn and a couple of coffees later we were out again. I … Continue reading

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The ancient land…

May as well do day two, then – *** An evening spent over good food and wine and deep conversation is not conducive to early mornings. Nevertheless, in spite of the 3am bedtime, I was up early to find my … Continue reading

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Continuity

… And day one – *** I collected my friend from the station about 25 miles from my home, and we took a slight detour via a tiny, ancient village. Little Missenden is utterly beautiful. A mixture of periods and … Continue reading

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Flying kites…

The original post from 22nd March, 2013 in which Sue describes day three of our adventures in what was to become the story of, The Initiate… I woke yesterday to two lines in my inbox that brought a sense of … Continue reading

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The Soft Emptiness of a Liminal Place -Alethea Kehas

Image by Adrian Campfield from Pixabay I am already missing her and she is not wholly gone. When I search for her presence, I find the soft emptiness of the liminal place. Holding. Waiting. I don’t want to think about … Continue reading

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Lost in translation

We were talking today about how much is lost in translation. This was being discussed from an abstract, as well as a literal viewpoint. It started with a conversation about books and moved on to language in general and thence … Continue reading

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A Fear of Heights blog tour… a new novel from Tallis Steelyard aka Jim Webster

Running in, please pass? I suppose that because we helped Maljie acquire her new sedan chair, we are all somewhat to blame. She had had a chair of her own but frankly it was getting old, tired and a little … Continue reading

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I See You – Helen Glynn Jones

Originally posted on Helen Glynn Jones:
I see you my friend In the green grass and the soft heather bloom In the ancient stones and wild peaks In the tumbling stream and the dark woods I see you In the…

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Crouching Tiger…

Images and Text from the Silent Eye Workshop: Whispers in the West… Or maybe… * Not quite… Continue Viewing at The Silent Eye

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Morana and Spring Equinox – Gary Vasey

Reblogged from G. Michael Vasey: Way back at the start of winter, I engaged in an old Slavic tradition and collected materials from around my neighbourhood to construct an effigy of Morana, Goddess of Winter. I used natural materials gathered … Continue reading

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