Those of you who pay attention (I told you there would be a test later) know that Carolyn Steele has written some fine guest posts for us, based on her experiences as a paramedic and a hospice worker. She has worn many hats, and the richness and diversity of her journeys endow her writing with an ample authority. Plus, I caught her lounging about aimlessly, making her an easy target for my tranquilizer gun, which I have now nicknamed “The Recruiter.”
Carolyn has been a psychologist, a paramedic, a patisseur (which is something having to do with food way too fancy for me to afford), a proofreader and several other things, not all of them beginning with P. She began writing the day she decided to see the world…doing both just to find out whether she could.
Originally from London, England, Carolyn is now settled in Kitchener, Ontario. On a whim, she trained to drive 18 wheelers and hit the road to see what would happen. There will soon be a book. She will be off soon on another shiny project to see if pest exterminators are interesting. Multi-faceted or easily bored? It depends who’s asking.
Between adventures she writes advertising copy and inflammatory leaflets, develops and SEOs websites and dabbles in podcasting. Someday she will write about her more serious passions, palliative care and PTSD.
Plans, podcasts, tales and the first book can all be found on Carolyn’s blog, Trucking in English.
Please welcome Carolyn Steele to the Indies Unlimited family.
14 thoughts on “Author Carolyn Steele Joins the Staff of Indies Unlimited”
Carolyn – you and Dianne and I need to get together. Dianne is in London and I am in Stratford and used to live in both London and Kitchener. Small world. 🙂
Hi neighbour! Stratford would appear to be the midpoint, all over to your place then. 🙂
I'm so cool with that. Message me on facebook so we can exchange emails.
And Bev – you would be most welcome. Madoc is not an impossible drive, about four hours, I think. :-)But come in the summer, I think our winters are colder than yours in NZ, even up in the mountains. We get snow – lots of it. 🙂
Sounds like fun – maybe I should come over to visit the Canadian inlaws and say hi! They range from Kitchener to Madoc so not too far for a drive. Would be nice to escape the NZ winter that has just started to nip.
Welcome along, Carolyn. What a cool life you've had so far. Can't wait to read more of your posts 🙂
Thanks Melissa, Bev, you're welcome in this neck of the woods anytime.
Excellent. Welcome aboard, Carolyn. The prayer mats are on the left, the machetes on the right.
Gosh, I've never macheted a prayer mat, is it compulsory?
Optional… I think. Kat?
I don't know about the prayer mat, I was told I needed to hunt down dinner with the machete, make a fire with two sticks, and feed the cooked game to the evil mastermind. And it needed to taste good.
Have you been given your task yet?
Mine was to kneel on the mat, kow-tow to all comers and give them a blessing – backwards.
Oy vay, awaiting my task with trepidation, although after the week I've had, most distractions would be welcome.
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