About the Author

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Sandy Sarris McEuen
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Blurbarian Since August 2009
Name Sandy Sarris McEuen
Location United States
Gender Female
My Occupation Business Manager
My Bio Sandy Sarris McEuen was born in Chicago and she spent her childhood in both Illinois and Indiana. She joined the Air Force out of high school, living in several states and in Europe before calling Maryland home for 21 years. Sandy moved back home to Indiana in 2011. She is newly married to her childhood sweetheart, Patrick, and helps managed his law practice.

She is a mother/step-mom to five children. She regularly volunteers with Honor Flight Chicago as a guardian for WWII veterans and with her sons sporting events.
She self-publishes calendars of her photography every year and is working on two novels.

Books by this author

Things I Don't Mind The World Knowing

Spoiler alert: I'm thinking my next book will be about...
I am working on two novels. One is set in medieval England and Scotland. The other is present day starting in Maryland and ending in France. Vastly different subjects but characters who are close to my heart and experiences in my life. Sadly there will be no photography in these books.
Everyone needs to know about these authors and artists...
Dina Darling author of The Safety of Madness and Winter's Fierce Breath - both fantastic books of poetry.

My two mentors and soul sisters:
Julia Cameron - The Artist's Way
Sarah Ban Breathach - Simple Abundance

Susan Braun - www.girlsinwhitedresses.com
Buffy Redsecker - writer and photographer of Modern Galapagos.
This book is addictive. Read it. (At your own risk.)
I usually recommend authors to people because while I am a fan of all creativity, I understand we do not all enjoy the same things. What I find fascinating you might feel is a bit lackluster. Art is indeed subjective.

All I can say is do yourself a favor and read books, explore photography, try poetry again, and listen to music that stirs your soul. Those things are my favorite addictions.

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