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!)
I love waking up to surprises. Some of my favourites: Snow on the ground. My daughter leaving a crayoned card at my bedside table. Hubby and her made breakfast in bed. AND FIVE STAR REVIEWS LIKE THIS ONE! Thanks to author Lisa Justus for such a well-written review that will hopefully make more people want… Continue reading Another 5 Star Review for The Friends I’ve Never Met!
Welcome to my blog hop, where you will learn a little more about me and three other authors: Tracey Allen (Sustainable/Gluten-free/Passive Solar) http://simplifyandsave.weebly.com/blog-save–simplify.html Luigi Benetton (Technology/Business) http://luigibenetton.com/category/technozen/ Paul Lima (Business of Writing) http://paullima.com/blog/ and here’s my official website: Heather Grace Stewart (Author/Poet/Speaker) http://heathergracestewart.me If you’ve never visited my blog before, thanks for dropping by! Hope… Continue reading Meet Four Writers On A Blog Hop!
In case you don’t follow me on Facebook or Twitter, I wanted to let you know that today and tomorrow only, November 24 & 25th, 2012, my publisher is having a Holiday Sale on all their books. Printed books are just $10.99 when you shop at their site http://wintergoosepublishing.com and their ebooks are $2.99 at… Continue reading Sale! Sale! Sale!
This is the story of a screenplay that has traveled around the world more than I have in the last three years. It’s the story of my romantic comedy screenplay, The Friends I’ve Never Met, now available for you to read and enjoy on Kindle or for free on your laptop or desktop computer using… Continue reading The Friends I’ve Never Met- Now on Kindle!
“It’s him. Why wouldn’t it be him?” my friend Artsy Mommy asked me the day after Mr. Screenwriter signed my blog. “What’s the big deal?” she wanted to know. “He’s just a writer.” Just a writer. I laughed out loud. She had clearly expressed what most of the world thinks of my chosen profession. This… Continue reading “You Should Write A Movie.”
When I write, “until the day I found a way to speak with Mr. Screenwriter on the phone,” you must remember that I worked from home with a four-year-old tugging at my pant leg every ten minutes. Therefore, if I wanted my impulsive plan to work (and by impulsive, I mean impulsive—I’d only come up… Continue reading “You’re Not Being Punked.”