Exit Stage Right: A Novel

Exit Stage Right: A Novel

by Jennifer Willcock

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Overview

She wants to dance, and she’s willing to sacrifice everything, everyone, to get it.

Coco Bradley is a talented ballet dancer, and when an opportunity arises for her to audition for the prestigious Spencer School of the Performing Arts, she’s not about to let anyone stop her— including her parents, her friends, and any of the prima donnas of the art school. A pastor’s kid, Coco has grown up serving God and people, but gaining entry to Spencer means leaving behind all the expectations that come with growing up in the pastorate, as well as the dead-end town of Wyattsville.

Coco lives by the creed “Ballet First,” but she’s about to find out in a painful way that there’s more to life than dancing.

Opportunities, fame, and love all come calling as Coco chases her dream. But in going after what she wants, will she lose the things that matter most?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781486619320
Publisher: Word Alive Press
Publication date: 11/30/2019
Pages: 208
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.44(d)
Age Range: 14 - 18 Years

About the Author

Jennifer Willcock is a writer and speaker, and she's thrilled that her English degree is finally being put to good use. Jennifer spent some of her best hours at the dance barre. She lives in Ontario, Canada with her husband, two sons, and their pet dwarf rabbit, Whiskers. Visit Jennifer on Instagram @jenniferwillcock or on her website www.jenniferwillcock.com.

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Exit Stage Right: A Novel 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
exjourno 22 days ago
We admire people like Coco in many ways - driven, talented, ... successful. They are the people we dream of becoming, except most of us don't have the determination to reach the top of our fields. That said, the pursuit of something better - that feeling of being unsatisfied with our lives - is common to many of us. Exit Stage Right challenges us to consider how that pursuit may be causing us to lose sight of the blessings we already have and how our talents could be used in other ways. It's young adult literature, but I am not particularly young and I enjoyed it. Have passed it on to my teenage daughter now.
exjourno 22 days ago
We admire people like Coco in many ways - driven, talented, ... successful. They are the people we dream of becoming, except most of us don't have the determination to reach the top of our fields. That said, the pursuit of something better - that feeling of being unsatisfied with our lives - is common to many of us. Exit Stage Right challenges us to consider how that pursuit may be causing us to lose sight of the blessings we already have and how our talents could be used in other ways. It's young adult literature, but I am not particularly young and I enjoyed it. Have passed it on to my teenage daughter now.