Saturday, November 11, 2017

It's Tutu Much

by Lorraine Bartlett / Lorna Barrett / L.L. Bartlett

You know about Victoria Square thanks to the Victoria Square Mysteries. Artisans Alley takes center stage in those books, but the merchants--and their businesses--are just as intriguing. They all have stories to tell ... and that's what the Life on Victoria Square companion series is all about.

There are at least ten different businesses on Victoria Square in the little village of McKinlay Mill, NY.  Upcoming stories will include the Square's candy store, Sweet Sue's Confectionery, Booth's Jams and Jellies, Sassy Sally's B&B, the Angel Shop, and The Perfect Grape. But this forth story, concerns the new dance studio that is located in the Square's anchor, Artisan's Alley. The title?  "It's Tutu Much."

Bullies come in all shapes, sizes, and ages. Dana Milton finally opens her own dance studio on Victoria Square and one of her Broadway Babies (age 8) is a classic tyrant. Can Dana teach her students about respect for one another—and when it’s time to stand up for oneself, or is it all tutu much?

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The other stories in this companion series are (in order): Carving Out A Path, A Basket Full of Bargains, The Broken Teacup. You can find out more information on them on my website, including background information and videos. Just click this link. 

So settle back and really get to know the merchants. Learn about their lives, and how life on Victoria Square affects them. It might just make a profound impression on you, too!
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