Sam's Reason to Dance

Sam's Reason to Dance

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Sam's Reason to Dance is based on true-to-life events in the lives of the fictitious characters of Lydia, Sam, JoAnn, Cal, Murphy, and others. These have weathered the seasons of love and tests of faith in their own lives. The story's setting is near the base of the picturesque Superstition Mountains and the cities of Mesa and Apache Junction in southern Arizona. Aside from many of the individuals still being active senior citizens, each one has his/her own story to tell. Each one interacts with the others through the commonality of dancing and/or being involved in the arena of horsemanship or friendship. As a writer, it is Katie's task to listen to the stories being told and blend the events. In doing so, the reader may respond to the moments of reflection, tenderness, and humor as experienced by the individuals. It is hoped that in a similar manner, readers interject themselves into the stories being told, recalling comparable events in his/her own life. This is a Christian story of love and relationships and a must-read for adult more

Product details

  • Paperback | 188 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 10.67mm | 340.19g
  • Createspace
  • North Charleston SC, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1451560931
  • 9781451560930

About Kay A Davis

Kay A. Davis was born in Ashland, Oregon in early November 1942. In the fall of 1947, she moved with her family to Mesilla, New Mexico, where she spent her growing up years. Kay began writing poetry and prose during her school age years, competing in local writing contests. In the mid-70's, she served as editor-typist for several hundred students and professors from New Mexico State University, who completed their masters' theses, doctoral dissertations and professional publications. In the mid-80's, she was editor/publisher of Arizona Follow the Sun, a magazine for Square and Round Dancers and Cloggers. She was listed in Who's Who in Arizona. Kay received CLOG's Right Attitude Award, and an Editor's Choice Award. After her 28-year marriage ended in divorce in 1990, she used the next few years for self-discovery. Although she worked many years as an administrative secretary for architects, engineers, or behavioral health medical personnel, she is fully retired. Kay now devotes the majority of her time to writing poetry and more