Dead People’s Avatars I said I never would But I just wrote on a dead man’s Facebook Wall. We’re all going to do it some time. It’s inevitable now. Dead people’s avatars floating around cyberspace their LinkedIn profiles asking you to join them for a business venture, their lively smiles begging you to Invite them… Continue reading Dead People’s Avatars
Heather’s bestselling Kindle screenplay, the romantic comedy The Friends I’ve Never Met, is now 0.99 until Monday afternoon, Sept. 8th! THE FRIENDS I’VE NEVER MET REDUCED ON KINDLE! Heather’s 3rd poetry & prose collection “Three Spaces” and 1st collection “Where the Butterflies Go” are just $1.99 until Monday. Visit your nearest Kindle or Kobo today… Continue reading $1 SCREENPLAY, $2 RHYME, LIMITED TIME!
My new business cards from Moo.com are so much fun! Love how they and their lovely card holders (which come free with the cards) are sourced from paper from sustainable forests and recycled pulp. Even the four, red order reference cards aren’t wasted. Instead, they have fun sayings on them like “I like your shoes.”… Continue reading A Face and a Name
Caged You may stop and stare, but do not pity me. I may be caged, but how are you free? Chained to your desks while I play & preen; You spend half your days glued to a screen. I delight in my prey; I pounce when they sing. Chained to your devices; you jump when… Continue reading Caged
Leap, from the author of Where the Butterflies Go, is available for purchase at Lulu.com and Amazon stores worldwide. It’s also available on Kindle, Kobo, iBooks, and where all fine ebooks are sold. You can also order an autographed copy via Paypal. Contact the author at email@example.com. Half the proceeds from sales go to Hearts… Continue reading An Interview with Heather Grace Stewart
I’m thrilled to learn that my blog had 21,000 views this year, because I have to admit, I haven’t been focusing my time on creating many blog posts or links to my blog. I’ve been focusing my time on WRITING, and then when I have free time, I’ve created Facebook page posts, because so many… Continue reading 2013 in Review (THANK YOU READERS for All Your Blog Visits!)
from the collection Three Spaces The Day You Looked Me in the Eyes I was walking and texting, looking down, People talking on smart phones. Heading to opposite sides of town, A polluted sea of white, black, brown drones carrying plastic clones. Suddenly, our worlds collided. We stopped buying into lies. At first,… Continue reading The Day You Looked Me In The Eyes