Books by Sue Ellis

Thank you for taking the time to drop by, hope you have a lovey cup of coffee or tea with a beautiful slice of your favourite cake (not compulsory, preference is yours), and of course some special time for yourself to share in our serendipitous journey  and hopefully start your own serendipitous discovery.

It was Horace Walpole we are to thank for fashioning  Great Britain’s favorite word  SERENDIPITY in a letter he wrote to Horace Mann in 1754 ,  he said he formed it from the Persian fairy tale The Three Princes of Serendip, whose heroes "were always making discoveries, by accidents and sagacity, of things they were not in quest of".

What word could possibly be more perfect than serendipity? It roles off the tongue with a rhythm that resonates to our soul and sums up in a totality our approach to working alongside people.