A Celebratory Dance in a Stone Circle

a celebratory dance

Did I take a pair of old pointe shoes and perform a celebratory dance in a stone circle? Yes. Yes, I did.

The reason for the celebration? Well, there’s more than one. Firstly, I’m well enough to dance around a bit. I am enduring one or two monstrous autoimmunity symptoms, but they don’t stop me dancing. And secondly, all three books of A Dancer’s Journey are now ready to dance out into the world!

Book covers of A Dancer's Journey series by Ailish Sinclair: celebratory dance.
Look at the pretty covers! And the less bashed pointe shoes…

Update: the whole series is out now!

Series on Amazon UK

Series on Amazon worldwide

Series on Goodreads

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Dance and Despair: Writing What You Know on Women Writers, Women[‘s] Books.

ballet feet in a celebratory dance
Dancing on the stones worsened the frayed situation somewhat.

There’s a page with full blurbs and some quotes, but here’s part of Tendu’s description:

Scotland’s all misty lochs and magical forests and perfect boyfriends, right?

When dance student Amalphia Treadwell embarks on a secret relationship with her charismatic new teacher, she has no idea of the danger that lurks in his school in Scotland.

Dark, witty, sexy and fun, Tendu is a compelling and seductive story of love, dance and obsession. 

The books do include a little dancing in a stone circle. It’s fun, and I highly recommend it. I hope you can all enjoy a celebratory dance too.

Featured circle: Aikey Brae.

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31 Replies to “A Celebratory Dance in a Stone Circle”

  1. Geologists guess that a millennium ago, the Blue Ridge Mountains may have been part of the Scottish Highlands. I’m at a retreat in those Blue Ridge Mountains and can feel the magical exhuberance of your dance. My toes point in solidarity with yours.

    1. Wonderful. I was reading about the division of continents recently and saw that some Scottish mountain ranges had once been connected with others in the Americas. Enjoy your retreat 🙂

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