“Stories to inspire, touch, celebrate and make us understand the extraordinary ordinary people among us.”
I’m Caren. Welcome to my little corner of web space!
Look at this image – that’s me, getting on with my StoryBlog mission.
My vision is to create a web magazine full of articles that you can relate to and that you want to return to over and over again.
Ambitious? Hell, yeah!!
I’ve been writing and editing my little heart out to deliver the goods.
And, now, ta-da! There’s a huge selection of categories and themes to choose from and whether they are fictional or real life, they are all unique.
Personal accounts from extraordinary ordinary people – interviewees and guest authors – will inspire and touch you and perhaps make it easier for you to understand why people are acting in certain ways.
Fictional short stories, written by imaginative writers, will entertain you when you need a quick break or a distraction from whatever you are doing.
I’m super passionate about StoryBlog, and I hope that you have as much fun reading the stories as I’ve had with writing and editing them.
Caren is a qualified and experienced digital copy & content writer with both a corporate and small business owner background. She runs KreativeInc Agency, a web design, development and content creation agency with her autistic son Callum Gamble.
She specialises in creating Inbound Marketing content for business websites and blogs. Using her expert knowledge, skills and personal experience in business development, personal improvement and autism, she crafts content that makes people take action. Her work is found in retail publications, professional websites, on her writer’s platform StoryBlog and more.
She is also an active advocate of neurodiversity in the workplace and co-founder of the NeuroPool network, neuropool.co.uk. Here, she is organising free educational workshops for employers on how to utilise the extraordinary talent found in people with autism, ADHD, dyspraxia and dyslexia within their business.
When she isn’t typing away on her keyboard or spreading her mission, you can see her having her nose buried in a book or hiking up and down the steep hills of the Yorkshire countryside with her husband, son and daughter.
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