Huffington Post Reviews The Kingdom Belongs to a Child

"...she combines the agony of loss with her deeply held values to create an Americana classic that oozes with the blood of her Southern heritage."

Deep in the bowels of a coal-mining town in West Virginia, a young girl named Melissa knew she was destined for a life on the stage. Her first taste of performance art was at the age of three when she began her career in ballet which spanned for two decades until a spinal injury ended her dancing days. Though she would no longer feel the pinch of pointe shoes on the Marley floor, her days on the stage were far from over...

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