Summer Doesn't Dance Anymore by Tammy Ruggles

In Summer Doesn't Dance Anymore, a short story by Tammy Ruggles, Summer loses her desire to continue dancing, her passion in life, signaling her best friend, Ellie, to reach out to her friend and those around her to figure out what has caused Summer to withdraw from life and her passion for dancing. In this tightly written story, Ruggles explores Summer's pain and reaction to a life event that has her questioning everything about herself and her life. Summer Doesn't Dance Anymore is a compassionately written story that many girls and women will relate to.



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