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Dancing on a Star

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Jack Woolery's life was safe and secure. He was attending high school, and he had no intention of coming out to his parents or best friend, Jimmy. Then Tracy Craft moves in across the street and changes his plans. Tracy, a new student and an aspiring ballet dancer, is strong and confident. He challenges Jack to reevaluate his life. Can Jack become friends with an openly gay boy and yet maintain the secret life he trusts? 

 

Copyright © 2018 by Ronyx All Rights Reserved

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  • Addictive/Pacing 8
  • Characters 12
  • Cliffhanger 3
  • Smoldering 6
  • Tearjerker 4
  • Unique 8
  • World Building 5

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  • 1. Chapter 1
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  • 2. Chapter 2
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  • 3. Chapter 3
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  • 4. Chapter 4
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  • 5. Chapter 5
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  • 6. Chapter 6
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  • 7. Chapter 7
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  • 8. Chapter 8
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  • 9. Chapter 9
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  • 10. Chapter 10
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  • 11. Chapter 11
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  • 12. Chapter 12
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  • 13. Chapter 13
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  • 14. Chapter 14
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  • 15. Chapter 15
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  • 16. Chapter 16
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  • 17. Chapter 17
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  • 18. Chapter 18
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  • 19. Chapter 19
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  • 20. Chapter 20
    • 3,487 Words
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  • 21. Chapter 21
    • 3,606 Words
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  • 22. Chapter 22
    • 3,875 Words
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  • 23. Chapter 23
    • 4,155 Words
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  • 24. Chapter 24
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  • 25. Chapter 25
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  • 26. Chapter 26
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  • 27. Chapter 27
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  • 28. Chapter 28
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  • 29. Chapter 29
    • 3,603 Words
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  • 30. Chapter 30
    • 3,057 Words
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  • 31. Chapter 31
    • 4,251 Words
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  • 32. Chapter 32
    • 3,377 Words
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  • 33. Chapter 33
    • 6,144 Words
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Billy Elliot is one of my favorite movies/film novels. I love stories about ballet, and I look forward to reading this one.  :heart:

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Billy Elliot was a favorite of mine too. And Jamie Bell has aged into a fine actor. With a very fine body.  ;–)

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@Page ScrawlerI love Billy Elliot! I've seen it about a dozen times, and we've traveled hundreds of miles to catch it in local theaters in four different states. We are going to see it in August, but we don't have to travel too far. I wish it would tour professionally in the U.S. again. Express Yourself!!

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The bloopers and outtakes.

“You’re cute when you get all nervous?”

He gave me a serious look. “You think I’m cute?”

I grinned and said, “Yes. I think you’re cute.”

Everybody anyone falls for or wants, is... well, cute!

 

He looked up into my face and asked, “A penny for your thoughts?”

Finally, I broke the silence. “What brings you here?”

Do teenagers really speak like this or is the author showing his age?

 

Coach Warren blew his whistle and they guys rose from the bleacher and

Tracy come home earlier, 

He smiled and patted my on my leg cast.

When he blew the whistle for them to stop, all the players had a chance on the court.

...you wouldn’t probably not expect him to be

Yep, as we near the end, the typos come thick and fast, until they aren't probably what you wouldn't expect them to be. Got it?

Hey folks, I'm not being overly critical here, but you can't help noticing this stuff if your paying attention to what you're reading - you're paying attention to what you're reading? I know the reply: I did it all myself without the help of an editor. Well, it happens to us all. The best advice I've seen for one man shows, is put it aside and re-read it a week later. 

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@Talo Segura   Thank you for pointing out my typos that came so thick and fast. Two in Chapter 29, two in chapter 32, and one in chapter 33. The horror! I've corrected them so my story isn't a complete mess. I've never claimed to be a professional writer, and the stories are offered for free. If the errors distracted you, you could have gone onto a more perfectly written story. I put over a year and countless hours into this story, so please give me the liberty to make a few errors. Besides, most readers inform me in an email or message, and I gladly make the corrections as they occur. You don't need to wait and mention it in a review. 

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17 hours ago, Ronyx said:

@Talo Segura   Thank you for pointing out my typos that came so thick and fast. Two in Chapter 29, two in chapter 32, and one in chapter 33. The horror! I've corrected them so my story isn't a complete mess. I've never claimed to be a professional writer, and the stories are offered for free. If the errors distracted you, you could have gone onto a more perfectly written story. I put over a year and countless hours into this story, so please give me the liberty to make a few errors. Besides, most readers inform me in an email or message, and I gladly make the corrections as they occur. You don't need to wait and mention it in a review. 

I have read many stories on GA and a conservative estimate would a least half most likely more have had typo and grammar errors in it.I can honestly say that in every case I caught the error but still understood what the author meant.For me the biggest issue would be is the story enjoyable. Even if I paid for a e-book or a hardback book if its a good story I really don't care about typos.Lets put it this way if we get a new Ronyx story and it's a typically good enjoyable Ronyx story it could have a thousands typos for all I care and I believe many of his readers would agree

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