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Stealing Candy
(2017, Sourcebooks Fire)

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A page-turning, stay-up-late novel. Readers are going to love Candy and her wonderful mix of resourcefulness and jaded innocence.” – CAMMIE MCGOVERN, author of Say What You Will

Stealing Candy is that rare sort of read that keeps you not just guessing but gasping with every turn of the page.” – KIERAN SCOTT, author of Pretty Fierce

Like the best pop songs, Stealing Candy hits all the right notes. Funny, suspenseful, touching, sexy. I ate it up.” – LOUIS BAYARD, New York Times Notable Author of Lucky Strikes

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Kissed with hope and possibility . . . the sort of book that makes you believe in the magic of everyday life and love.” – Daisy Whitney, author of The Mockingbirds

A delicious story. You’ll devour it.” – Melissa Kantor, author of The Darlings in Love

It doesn’t get any better than this—a touching tale of first love, family, and finding out who we really are.” – Alissa Grosso, author of Popular and Ferocity Summer

Lewis offers a thoughtful story about food and family . . . Olivia’s passions feel real throughout the book, from her crush on a boy that got away to her cooking (readers who share her culinary interests will come away with quite a few ideas) and her search for answers about the mother she never met. Teens seeking direction and control in their own lives will gladly accompany Olivia as she works to put hers in order.” – Publisher’s Weekly

Some solid cooking tips shared by the main character, an aspiring chef, are an added bonus to this slick new enjoyable novel . . . Nuanced characters, including the talented protagonist and her loving but realistically flawed family, are the stars of this introspective and poignant coming-of-age tale. It should win fans among those who appreciate a good balance between depth and a playful tone.” – Kirkus Reviews

The portrayal of a loving and supportive unconventional family is well done. . . . Olivia is a sympathetic protagonist and her struggles to find her place will resonate with many readers. Enjoyable chick lit.” – School Library Journal


(Delacorte Press/Random House)

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Luna is someone to weep with and to cheer for, to wish was your best friend. Readers will fall in love with Luna and her dazzling world.” – Emily Wing Smith, Author of BACK WHEN YOU WERE EASIER TO LOVE

Following Luna through a hazy grief state after the death of her mother is like a beautiful dream. This book takes your hand and leads you on a wonder-filled adventure.” – Melissa Walker, Author of SMALL TOWN SINNERS

The love story element shines, and the book offers a nice window in the the life of privileged New York youngsters, refreshingly filled with protective and involved adults.” – Kirkus Reviews


(Alyson Books)

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A droll, spirited read -terrific fun.” – Augusten Burroughs, NY Times best-selling author

RELATIVE STRANGER  is a funny and ultimately touching novel, full of endearing characters, unexpected plot twists, and a whole lot of joie de vivre.  Stewart Lewis knows how to pull readers into his book on the opening page and keep them engaged, right up to the final paragraph.  If you’re looking for memorable characters, a fun story, and lively dialogue, you won’t be disappointed.” – Stephen McCauley, best-selling author of The Object of My Affection

Relative Stranger is surprising and sassy and very sweet.  It’s rare to find a genuinely funny novel with this much heart.” – Robert Rodi, author of Closet Case and When You Were Me


(Alyson Books)

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Stewart Lewis’s ROCKSTARLET is a sexy, dishy tale of finding oneself amidst the moral wasteland of the music industry. For anyone who’s ever dreamed of being famous, ROCKSTARLET is the ultimate fantasy read.” – Tom Dolby, best-selling author  of The Trouble Boy

A sweetly disarming satire…a deliriously satisfying read.” – Gay City News

A rollicking good read… a deliciously fun-filled, true-to-life tour of today’s rock stardom…this book rocks!” – Melissa de la Cruz, author of The Fashionista Files

Other Works

Stewart’s essays has also appeared in several anthologies including:

THANK YOU, TEACHER (essays about teachers by Stewart Lewis, John Glenn, Sherri Shepherd, Nicola Kraus, and many more)

THE CUSTOMER IS ALWAYS WRONG (essays about retail by Stewart Lewis, Wade Rouse, and many more)

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