Christian Author, Army Wife, and Ballerina

Patricia writes contemporary fiction and is represented by Les Stobbe of the Leslie H. Stobbe Literary Agency. She is a 2015 Genesis semi-finalist and First Impressions finalist. Her debut novel came out on May 9, 2017. Read more.

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Tour Schedule

Week 1:
11/19/2017 – Just Commonly
11/20/2017 – Remembrancy
11/21/2017 – A Baker’s Perspective
11/22/2017 – The Christian Fiction Girl
11/23/2017 – Reflections from My Bookshelves
11/24/2017 – C Jane Read
11/25/2017 – Encouraging Words from the Tea Queen

Week 2:
11/26/2017 – Reading is My SuperPower
11/27/2017 – Just Commonly
11/28/2017 – Kat’s Corner Books
11/29/2017 – Singing Librarian Books
11/30/2017 – Thorn & Vine
12/01/2017 – Radiant Light

A Season to Dance Is About: The heart wrenching love story of a small town professional ballerina who dreams of dancing at the Met in New York, of the two men who love her and of the forbidden kiss that changed everything.

“Beal’s debut captures the drama and lyricism of the ballet – faith, life and love dance across the story, reaching a satisfying and sigh-worthy dénouement.”

Katherine Reay, author of A Portrait of Emily Price

“Ah, how this brought back my seasons in the Nutcracker, dancing Juliet, and years of rigor at the barre. A Season to Dance is a story of grace in all forms, ultimate romance and finding spiritual center. Thank you, Patricia Beal!”

New York Times bestselling author Tosca Lee

More endorsements…

Writer’s Digest Interview

At Writer’s Digest, we love to highlight the success stories of debut authors: How they did it, what they learned and why you can do it, too. In this interview, WD managing editor Tyler Moss spoke with Patricia Beal, author of the upcoming novel A Season to Dance (inspirational contemporary fiction, May, Bling! Romance/Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas). Read it here.

 A Season to Dance: The Book That Wrote Me

When I wrote the first line of my first novel, I wanted to get published because I was desperate to feel important. I finished writing A Season to Dance that fall and hired coach Gloria Kempton via Writer’s Digest to look at the whole thing and tell me if it was any good. She saw potential in the story of a small-town professional ballerina with big dreams, but… Read more.






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