Susie Kearley

Susie Kearley is a British freelance writer and journalist, working for magazines, newspapers, and book publishers in the UK, USA and internationally.

Author Biography

Susie covers a wide range of subjects including healthcare, gardening, and travel. She has a regular column in her local newspaper, The Bucks Herald, and is a keen photographer. Among her best known clients are the BBC, IPC Media, and DC Thomson. She has four books out: two on writing, one on WWII, and a fourth on health inspired living.

Books by Susie Kearley

The Little Book of Freelance Writing: Writing ideas, opportunities, inspiration and success stories

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- Looking for writing inspiration? - Want to write the perfect pitch? - Keen to learn from other writers? Then this book is for you! It’s full of little gems of information and inspiring stories, to guide you on your writing journey. It covers ideas and inspiration, market demand and writers’ pay, writing mistakes to avoid, finding new homes for articles that get rejected, taking your blog from obscurity to success, rights & contracts.

Pagan Journeys: A collection of articles and interviews on Druidry, sacred places, and natural health

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This is a collection on pagan living and related topics. They include interviews with Druids, as well as first-hand accounts of pagan festivals and sacred locations. There are chapters on Druid gardening, healing, crystals, and meditation. Part 1 is a series of interviews with Druids, a clairvoyant , and my own account of a Druid solstice ceremony. Part 2 looks at ancient sacred places across the UK. Part 3 focuses on natural healing.

Healthy Inspired Living: A collection of articles on health, healing, sustainability, and unwavering faith

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A collection of articles pre-published in Christian magazines and newspapers around the world. There's a focus on health and sustainable living, as well as inspirational stories of faith.

Memories of the Second World War

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A collection of war memories from people who lived through the second world war: a nurse, a cartographer, a farmer, a wren from Bletchley Park and lots more.

Freelance Writing: Aim Higher, Earn More: Build on your successes and take your writing to the next level

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This book is aimed at people who have had modest successes in publishing and want to take their writing to the next level.

Freelance Writing On Health, Food and Gardens

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Are you interested in writing for these lucrative markets? This guide will help. In fact, the principles apply across genres, so if you're curious, so dip in and read!