New from Susan L Stewart:
How to pack for a 3-week vacation with only a carry-on is a short read filled with information on packing light: what you need to take, how to pack it and how to get it to last the whole trip. In addition, you will read about travel safety, the TSA, my experiences traveling with too much luggage, and my personal packing list.
Unjustly Accused … Read more
To have a sacred place is an absolute necessity for anybody today. You must have a room or a certain hour of the day or so, where you do not know who your friends are, you don’t know what you owe anybody or what they owe you. This is a place where you can simply experience and bring forth what you are and what you might be.
Many of you are not aware that I am also an artist. I have been reluctant to mention my art website, SusanLStewartArt.com, because it wasn’t functioning properly. I checked today, and the magic fairies must have been at work! It’s fine now, and I hope it will stay that way. A web designer recommended the WordPress template to me and it has been less that reliable. But now it’s up and you can check it out. Leave me a comment here or on the art site after you have a look. I love hearing from you!
Hope you enjoy,
It’s finished and ready for download!
This was a fun book to write. One of my favorite things to do is travel and I’ve had my share of adventures! In this book, I share my disastrous experiences traveling in France with a very large suitcase, a carry-on packed full and a personal item which was a large messenger bag that held a lot and was quite heavy. It was just our daughter and me for the first ten days of the three-week trip, so I had very little help with all of this. Tom joined us after we got to Paris and I gladly let him take over.
For our next trip, this time to Italy several years later, I decided we would figure out a way to just take a carry-on and personal item each. This made … Read more
People wonder what I’m up to next on my author’s journey. I recently finished a major re-edit of “Unjustly Accused” with the purpose of eliminating a lot of the repetition. I didn’t remove it all because that’s the way people talk; they repeat themselves. Pay attention the next time you’re in a conversation and listen for what people – and yourself – say to make a point. Sometimes I catch my repetitions. Even though I’m conscious of doing it, I can’t seem to stop.
So now “Unjustly Accused” is 6,000 words shorter while retaining all of the important stuff. If you bought the first edition, you can go to your Amazon account and it should automatically update your copy to the second edition. It’s easy to tell which is which. The first edition cover was a dark blue/black with a barred window at the top and light reflected on the floor. The second edition cover has a photo of rusty prison bars … Read more