Reflects the lives of aspiring young dancers, whose struggles this author knows well.
Orlando, FL (PRWEB) July 10, 2014
Kat Corbett adds to her considerable repertoire in creating this series of novels for girls who love ballet. “First-String Future” (published by iUniverse) is the first book in the DanceFutures series.
Tori, age 13 in Book One, lives for dance and loves animals. As a serious ballet student, her life outside of school is all dance classes, leaving her little time for friends. In school, as an animal lover, she wrestles with the requirement to dissect a frog in science class.
Having worked for years toward her “first-string” future as a dancer, Tori is now wondering if she should settle for her “second-string” career choice, working with animals. She feels bad that her mother, despite worsening arthritis, must keep working to pay for her lessons. But not to dance … dance is her life! In this year of decision, Tori must decide whether to follow her heart or her head.
“First-String Future” reflects the lives of aspiring young dancers, whose struggles this author knows well. Corbett captures their dedication and exhilaration in vivid characters who share their world.
By Kat Corbett
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 220 pages | ISBN 9780595127382
E-Book | 220 pages | ISBN 9781469749600
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Kat Corbett lived in the ballet world throughout her teens and has never really left it, although she followed her “second-string” future into teaching. She had her own academic private school for many years and later worked in publishing. She lives in Orlando, Florida, where she enjoys writing, teaching violin and French, and doing volunteer work. Readers can visit her website, http://www.katcorbett.com, to learn more about her DanceFutures series.
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