Spring ~It’s Time to Dance by @AliciaStreet1 #mgtab

Spring is finally coming. The snow is melting and little bulbs under the ground are sending up green shoots that will bloom into colorful flowers. The horrible flu season is at an end. And I can feel a lightness in the air that makes me want to dance!

Here is a fun video to get you in the mood~

And to celebrate, my contemporary romance Kiss Me, Dancer is on sale for 99¢ until the end of March.

Ballet teacher Casey Richardson is all too familiar with hard times and disappointment. After years of struggle, she’s on the verge of losing her beloved dance academy. Enter handsome playboy businessman Drew Byrne. The sexy divorced dad would fix things with a check if she’d let him. After all, Casey’s the only person who’s been able to reach his shy, withdrawn son. But will saving her school mean losing her heart?

“So much depth, emotion, passion and love.”—Unputdownable Books

      What does spring make you want to do?

Alicia Street

Alicia Street is a USA TODAY bestselling author and Daphne Award-winner often writing in collaboration with her husband, Roy, as well as on solo projects. She spent many years as a dancer, choreographer and teacher. A compulsive reader of every genre, she also loves watching old black-and-white movies and inventing new recipes for soups.
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Alicia Street

About Alicia Street

Alicia Street is a USA TODAY bestselling author and Daphne Award-winner often writing in collaboration with her husband, Roy, as well as on solo projects. She spent many years as a dancer, choreographer and teacher. A compulsive reader of every genre, she also loves watching old black-and-white movies and inventing new recipes for soups.  View website

7 Replies to “Spring ~It’s Time to Dance by @AliciaStreet1 #mgtab”

  1. Spring makes me want to get outside into the sunshine! Spring makes me want to smile. After the bareness of a long, cold winter, the green, newness of spring is so welcome!

  2. On the rare days we’ve had decent weather recently, Joe and I like to walk the neighborhood or head up to the boardwalk. Since my pup crossed the rainbow bridge I’m not walking as much as I was before, so we’ve made a promise to each other to get more exercise. I’m all about the flowers coming back to life, and I see new growth on my roses that’s encouraging. My tulips are sprouting, but I don’t know if my daffies will resprout. They look kinda depressed after our last few nor’easters! BRING ON SPRING!

    Loved the video, BTW! Thanks, Alicia!

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