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Carrie's Published Works

As I begin my career as an author, I long to have many aspects of my words sprinkled across the world.  I have been invited and published in collaborative books and in a beautiful online magazine.  You can also, soon, find my poetry book, Soul Confetti: Celebrating Life's Lesson, online and in local bookstores.

#2020 Vision: 

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Unbound Perspectives from a Year Like No Other

A Collaborative book with the Unbound Press, that brought many perspectives of the year 2020.  You can find Carrie's poem, "An Angel's Prayer," in the closing of the book. 

"One thing that's for sure is that we cannot NOT have been changed by the events of 2020," says Nicola. "Most of us likely connected with new or forgotten aspects of ourselves or adapted to change we could never have imagined. What better way to capture that moment in time than by way of this incredible collection of real-life stories!"

The Art of Connection :

365 Days of Inspirational Quotes by Entrepreneurs, Business Owners, and Influencers 

Carrie has four entries in The Art of Connection, giving quotes, advice and thoughtful insight in a day by day collaborative book. Within this book, you will also find the wisdom and inspiration of a variety of global entrepreneurs.  When you connect with your favorites you will return to them time and again.

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Wake Up, Mother

Stories and Wisdom Shared by Mothers

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Wake Up Mother - Curated by Sarah Lloyd and featuring stories and wisdom of Mothers.

This book has been written for Mother.

For those women who have felt lost, alone, unsupported, dimmed, squashed, uncomfortable, unable to speak truth for fear of it highlighting the shadows. 

It is for the Mothers, Sisters, Witches, Bitches, Whores and Good Girls. 

It is for the mothers of children, furry friends, businesses and creative projects.

Mother is when we are most fertile physically. It is when we begin to nurture, guide and support those around us. It is our creative blooming. It is the ripening fruit, our period of birthing ideas, businesses and babies.

It is also the time we are asked to quietly shoulder a lot. Societal pressures, conditioning from authorities, media exposure and emotional immaturity are all designed to keep us forever in maidenhood.

The never-ending quest to stay young, look young, but still be successful - the cook in the kitchen and the whore in the bedroom.

Businesses, children and creative projects take a village. It is in Mother Energy we find our connection, our communities and ultimately our sanity.

This book shares stories and wisdom of Mothers; an opportunity to face and embrace our shadows with no judgment. It is within these shadows we find ourselves.

We share, so that others may find light in the darkness too.

We see you, Mother. Come rest here for a while.

With contributions by:

Ceryn Rowntree
Kathy Bell
Rachel Haywood
Katherine Crawley
Aimee Strongman
Emma While
Dulcie Batt
Alison Cooper
Carrie J Myers
Zoe K M Foster
Jennifer Flint
Clara Apollo
Debra Kilby

Fierce Truths 

Spiritual Magazine, Issue 15

Read Carrie's article, WHEN DECLUTTERING LEADS TO DECHAOSING, in Issue #15.  She is an ambassador for this courageous and spiritual magazine. "A premium-quality magazine for souls seeking deeper spiritual wisdom, conscious conversations and expansive self-growth opportunities." 

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Elephant Journal 

Carrie has submitted several pieces to the Elephant Journal.  Poetry, Program explanations, and deep thoughts, riddle the pages of, not only Carrie's words, but many profound thinkers.  

WILD Magazine

Remember Your Moonlight

The gentle curve

The soothing glow

The sensual draw


The soft guidance of Mother Moon holds us tenderly

In the absence of Father Sun.

The moon has always been honored as the gentle, calm and creative feminine dimension of humanity. The sun is the white, hot, and strong masculine aspect of our human form. In the feminine we are to be, and in the masculine we are to do. 

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