In Heather Christie’s new novel, “The Lying Season,” seventeen year old Piper Rose becomes unwittingly involved in a criminal cover-up with her brothers and their friends. Will she keep their secret despite the physical and psychological damage it’s doing to her or come clean and potentially ruin their chances at promising athletic careers?
Prince Dustin and Clara are back!
Sneak peek at the third book in the series Prince Dustin and Clara, scheduled for release on Sept. 17, 2021. At its heart, this series champions Clara, giving her plenty of adventures and opportunities to be the hero.
Returning to the Studio and Stage — Safely!
Due to the pandemic dancers must be more thoughtful about their training and performance re-entry. Dr. Danelle Dickson, a physical therapist who specializes in dance and sports medicine in Washington D.C., wants to help dancers return to the studio and stage safely.
Review: Joanna Marsh choreographs a poignant sequel with “La Follia”
Marsh wrote her book “La Follia” for fellow recreational dancers but she hopes its broader themes on creativity serve as an encouragement to all readers who might see themselves in the characters.
The Magic of Misty in “Bunheads”
Misty Copeland’s introduction to ballet comes to life in an autobiographical story for young readers. With illustrations by Setor Fiadzigbey depict the joy of motion, the book makes a great gift!
Review: Ballet Theatre Chronicles Prequel “Ballet Orphans” + Author Interview
Jeté back to the 1990s in Terez Mertes Rose’s latest novel, a prequel to the previous Ballet Theatre Chronicles books. “Ballet Orphans” is a ballet-based, romantic drama is a great introduction to Rose’s fictional but realistic ballet world, free of the typical dance clichés.