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Heidi Slowinski

June has been another really exciting month! I’d like to welcome all of my new subscribers. Thank you for your support. I hope you’ll continue to enjoy the content that brought you here. To all of you who have shared my posts with your own networks, thank you so much as well.

My new Etsy store MapleStreetStudioHRS is continuing to grow. Subscribers, check the post update emails for a discount code to receive 10% off your purchases. There are now 86 products available, including: mugs, tumblers, bookmarks, greeting cards, and more.

I have exciting news on the writing front. I am currently seeking representation for Ruth Long, Age 88. Up to this point, I’ve self-published my books but I want to take my writing to the next level. And I feel this will be the best path to get me there. Look for further updates in the coming months.

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Features on the Blog

In addition to the monthly short story contests, reading lists, and book reviews I’m incorporating more of my own writing, including:

  • Short Stories: This month’s short story feature is: What Motivates You. This is a humorous story based on the writing prompt: Apparently spite is not the correct answer to what motivates you.
  • Articles: this month, in celebration of Pride Month, I compiled a list of books by celebrating LGBTQIA+ voices of the Jewish tribe.
  • Updates on my progress on my work in progress – I’m seeking representation for my current work in progress.

June Writings by Heidi Slowinski

[June Featured Short Story] What Motivates You by Heidi Slowinski

Monthly Short Story Feature One of my writing goals for 2022 is to create more short stories. They’re a good creative exercise and sometimes lead to bigger ideas for novels. Or who knows, maybe an eventual collection of short stories in the form of a new book. For now, I’ve added them all to my […]

Books with LGBTQIA+ Jewish Voices

Wishing all who celebrate a very Happy Pride Month! This month, I’ve compiled a list of 18 books celebrating the LGBTQIA+ members of the Jewish community. Our tribe is a diverse one and every member deserves representation. Of all the articles, I’ve written like this, the LGBTQIA+ has the largest number of books. I encourage […]

Heidi Slowinski The House on Maple Street The Package author blogger artist

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As a thank you for registering for our email list, you’ll receive free printable reading journal templates and a bonus 100 book reading list! Members of the email list also receive an exclusive discount code for my Etsy store: MapleStreetStudioHRS.

Books by Heidi Slowinski

The House on Maple Street Heidi Slowinski
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The House on Maple Street is now available in hardcover!

That’s right! My debut novel is now available in hardcover. Pick up your copy on Amazon today. It’s also available in paperback and e-book. Kindle Unlimited readers can read for free.

Take a minute to add it to your Goodreads reading list. And when you’ve finished enjoying it, please add a review.

Abandoned by her mother in early childhood, Noa was raised by her distant, apathetic grandmother. But a trip to the library in search of her new love, spy thrillers, leads Noa to a life long friendship with a librarian. Fast forward and Noa has established a successful travel blog and her librarian friend has become more like family.

A note in the pocket of a vintage jacket turns a working trip to Vancouver into a mission for a spy international network. The mission is simple. Take a package to a hotel restroom and leave. When things take an unexpected turn, Noa suddenly finds herself in a high stakes game of cat and mouse. Noa quickly finds all the novels in the world are no preparation for the game she’s playing. Will she complete her mission?

The Package Heidi Slowinski
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anthology Jane Austen Heidi Slowinski
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Although social and moral guidelines have slipped and changed (like the style of dress or undress) since Jane Austen wrote her books, the stories are still relevant to today’s readers. Those readers promote, defend, discuss, and have thoughts and opinions about JA and everything they can learn about her, as you will read within. Why are we still reading and discussing Jane Austen’s s, novels, letters, and quotes 200 years after she has passed away? Read on and you will learn.

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