​About The Dance Continues

​I'm most surprised at myself.  I felt feelings about my family and my future that have been buried and ignored for many years.  I didn't think I'd finish the first book, let alone finish both of them, but I did.  They were great!


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​Just like Dancing Wheat, I was unable to put the book down.  I didn't want the story of Rachel and Remington to end.


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​Maybe guys aren't supposed to read "chick" books, but I did.  Thanks, Tracy.  I've told my buddies to read your books.  They aren't just for women.


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​The title and cover made me pick it up.  After reading the first paragraph I couldn't put it down.


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​Simple, clean, moving and inspirational.  Good things do happen to good people.  It is never too late to make a change in your life. 


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I want to be part of the Keddington family.  The love, the bond, the friendship and support.  I found myself jealous.


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Rachel and Remington should take center stage as the most admired couple in love.


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​Both books took me to that place I have always wanted to return to.  And now, I return time and time again, just by looking at the covers of these two books.



About Dancing Wheat

   Raves From Readers

​My wife bet me that I couldn't read the first five pages and put it down.  She won! I didn't look up from the book once until I had read through 63 pages.  I wanted to find a wheat field and a hayloft.​​


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​I too, like Remington will never look at a wheat field the same.


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​Wow! What an "unescorted night tour".  I wept through the whole chapter, reread it, and cried all over again.


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​Very impressive for a first publication.  We can only assume that Ms. Nickels will become better and better and better.


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What a welcome refreshing love story.  I desperately needed a break from all the real life trash I've heard and seen on television.  Remington especially, and Rachel too, are great role models.


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​Where has Ms. Nickels been hiding and why did it take her 20 years to decide to tell us about Dancing Wheat?


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​The only thing I didn't like about Dancing Wheat was that it ended.  How long do I have to wait for the next book?  I'm ready for the dance to continue.


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​Dancing Wheat slows you down in a world that's moving way too fast.      Bill Nickels