Julie G. Helm grew up in Idaho, spent several years abroad, and has spent the last 23 years living in Utah. She has spent many years writing stories for children, young adults, and adults. At present she has three books on the market, The Crooked Swan, The Lost Monster Tales, and Merlin for Sherman. She has belonged to one of the top fantasy and science fiction writer’s groups in the area, acted as the liaison for the BYU Writer’s Conferences, and worked as an acquisitions editor for Gibbs Smith Publishers. She won first place in an area writer’s conference judged by the late Roger Zelazney. Along with raising her six children with a devoted husband, Greg, she continues to write stories to delight and thrill all those who read her books.
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The Crooked Swan
by Julie Helm
An inspiring story about Kayla, a self-absorbed successful dancer who stumbles across Narissa, a young girl who dreams of becoming a ballerina--regardless of the physical challenges she must face--and the extraordinary journey of discovery that leads to a remarkable change of heart. "The gift to dance doesn't come from the body at all. It comes from the heart."
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