Dancing Like There's No Tomorrow
Nancy Hussey never planned to author a book until she discovered her daughter's many teen diaries which were disguised as school notebooks clearly not intended to read by Mom! But Mom soon became engrossed in the unknown and intimate details of Sara's first love and a teen melodrama that she knew would keep readers guessing. She also believed that Sara's optimism and ability to live her joyful moments to the fullest would be an inspiration for all adolescents and young adults striving to reach their dreams. Twenty years of writing about her clients gave Nancy the courage to write about her own daughter's battle for her life; she left Sara to share the affairs of her own heart. The author's narration (including humorous reactions to Sara's teen angst) also interweaves the threads of everyone's hopes and fears for Sara as they struggle again and again to deny the specter of her death.
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