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An Interview with Heather Grace Stewart

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 writer@hgrace.com. Half the proceeds from sales go to Hearts… Continue reading An Interview with Heather Grace Stewart

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Another Five Star Review for Three Spaces!

THREE SPACES 5.0 out of 5 stars A self-contained trilogy of insight in microcosm and macro-wisdom January 16, 2014 By Carl J Dubois Format:Paperback|Amazon Verified Purchase The concept of “Three Spaces” is more genius than appears at first glance. Public Space and Personal Space are prelude and context for Cyberspace, and they set up beautifully… Continue reading Another Five Star Review for Three Spaces!

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Art Inspires Art

One of the reasons I like sharing part of my world with you on this blog is to inspire others —especially those of you who don’t think you have a creative bone in your body—to try their hand at one or more forms of art. I’ve always loved writing, drawing, painting and photography, but I’m… Continue reading Art Inspires Art

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Give Yourself Some Breathing Space

Hey there! Just a thank you to all you Kindle readers for picking up Three Spaces in THREE countries! I am thrilled that it has been sold in the Canadian Kindle store (Amazon.ca), the US store (Amazon.com), and the UK (Amazon.co.uk)  It has ‘charted’ as #1 in Kindle Books>Canadian Poetry on Amazon.ca and also hit… Continue reading Give Yourself Some Breathing Space

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Making Space for Accessible Poetry

February 15, 2013 Canadian Poet Heather Grace Stewart launches her fourth poetry collection, Three Spaces Three Spaces is a ‘brave new collection’ of poetry, prose and photography from Amazon and iBooks Canada bestselling-poet and journalist Heather Grace Stewart.  It examines themes within three spaces of our society: public space, personal space, and cyberspace. “I wanted… Continue reading Making Space for Accessible Poetry

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The Story Behind Our Story

I’m a previously published non-fiction author, so why self-publish The Groovy Granny? Why, when there’s so little money in it, and such a small audience? Here’s why. by Heather Grace Stewart There are some things in life you don’t need to question. The times I haven’t hesitated in my life because my gut was telling… Continue reading The Story Behind Our Story

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“You Should Write A Movie.”

“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.”