Freedom Dance – Now Available for Pre-Order!

 June 13, 2019

We here in the America are so blessed. We have so many freedoms. Freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom to choose who we marry and where we live. Often we take these freedoms for granted. As does Letty in Freedom Dance, the latest novel in the Dancing through Life Series.

We forget the price paid for freedom by our founders. The price that continues to be paid by members of our military. The price paid by the immigrant masses that left their homes in search of a better life, whether the pilgrims, those fleeing starvation during the Irish potato famine or refugees fleeing war, oppressive regimes, drugs and violence. Or slaves seeking freedom on the Underground Railroad. All sacrificed to enjoy the freedoms we have.

Book eight of the Dancing Through Life Series, Freedom Dance is a celebration of freedom—freedom to choose whom we marry, our profession, where we live. Freedom bought at a price. Letty realizes this as she learns about her ancestors, runaway slaves who came to Michigan by way of the Underground Railroad.

Join Letty as she struggles to find her place in this world, embracing the freedoms won for her by her ancestors.

Celebrate Independence Day by reading Freedom Dance! Now available for pre-order through Amazon. Price will go up after release date, July 4th.

Click here to pre-order

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