It’s Release Week! Yes, Carry On Dancing is now available on, and! You can also email me to order signed copies via Paypal. Copies will also be available in Chapters-Indigo bookstores and Boyer bookstores in my area ~email me if you’d like to pick a copy up locally and I’ll tell you about my Saturday readings for April’s National Poetry Month.

I want to take this opportunity to thank you readers for your wonderful support. Whether you’re a new follower or someone who’s been following this blog since I started it in 2008, I appreciate your visits and comments so much.

I’m thrilled to be featured on the home page of the Independent Authors Network.  Please take a look at my interview and an excerpt from Carry On Dancing there. Thanks to IAN for featuring me and my work.

I also have a new web site  to share! It has links to all my social networks and you can listen to my spoken word tracks and watch my videos right on the site, all in one place. I’m really excited about it. Please drop me a line and let me know you visited – email is in the bottom left corner.

If you pick up a copy of Carry On Dancing, please rate it, and if you have time, please add a review. Customer reviews are a big part of how new books get discovered on Amazon. Thanks so much for reading!
Best wishes,

Written by Heather Grace Stewart

Heather Grace Stewart is the author of the romantic comedy novels Remarkably Great (2015) Strangely, Incredibly Good (2014), the screenplay The Friends I've Never Met (2012), four poetry collections, 'Three Spaces' 'Carry On Dancing' (Winter Goose Publishing, March 2012) 'Leap,' (2010) and 'Where the Butterflies Go, (2008) 'The Groovy Granny' (poems for kids 4-104) and two non-fiction political books for youth (Jackfruit Press). A member of the Writers Union of Canada, she lives with her family in Montreal, Canada.

1 comment

  1. “Catching Life…Once Poem at a Time”. That pretty much says it all. That is such an apt description of what you do. You write about life so well Heather, That is why you can take someone from laughing like an idiot to crying like a baby and back in nothing flat.


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