Reads like a fanfiction with horrible editing work (or no editing at all) and perfect Mary Sue point-of-view.Just read it in the bookstore if you can find it for the parts you care about (lets be honest here) and save your money for better autobiographies by people who are actually making it in the industry with their talent than ending up writing for Buzznet (that site still exist?
It's hard not to admire someone who took a two-day bus ride from Canada to New York City with 0, no job, and no place to stay and has become a successful dancer and choreographer. I liked the structure of dividing it into thirds based on Keltie's relationships -- she dates the Rocker, the Singer, and the Dreamer, with the bulk of the book being the final third about the Dreamer.All of her dreams come true just as she falls madly in love for the first time with her complete opposite: a long-haired, whisky-drinking, rockstar.Keltie takes us on an adventure complete with painful missteps on her path to finding love, dealing with loss and working as a performer in the entertainment industry.She responds, "I'm no groupie, ryan's a gay"priceless. So I actually hauled my ass out of bed at dawn (well for me 635 is dawn) and dragged my ass to a school to sub and I have no students. I'm here in case someones late to school and misses the trip. [Intro] When the moon fell in love with the sun All was golden in the sky All was golden when the day met the night [Verse 1] When the sun found the moon She was drinking tea in a garden Under the green umbrella trees In the middle of summer When the moon found the sun He looked like he was barely hanging on But her eyes saved his life In the middle of summer [Chorus] In the middle of summer, all was golden in the sky All was golden when the day met the night Summer, all was golden in the sky All was golden when the day met the night Summer... narrates the story of two polar opposites falling in love.