Someone’s Watching – Updates on Teen Dance Book “No One’s Watching”

Who doesn’t like a good review? Or interview? I’m happy to have had great feedback from major magazines and websites pertaining to the focus of my teen dance novel – No One’s Watching –  and even happier to share them here!

Celtic Life International

Celtic Life International asked to interview me for their website about how a nice Jewish, ballet dancer like me integrated Irish dance in my teen novel. Read the interview here!


 I was thrilled when Irish Dancing and Culture magazine accepted a Irish Dancing and Culture Magazinecopy of my book for review and even more excited to see it in their August 2014 issue. Reviewer Maeve Gillette wrote, “This book perfectly relates to the crazy life of a dancer.” But you don’t have to be a dancer to enjoy it! Or take my word for it. Read the review in its entirety below!


Irish Dancing and Culture Magazine


Compass Book Ratings website offers a service to target reading material by age, level, and content with No One’s Watching receiving a respectable four out of five stars as the reviewer called it “a cute, entertaining read for tweens and teens!”

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The September issue of Dance Spirit magazine hailed No One’s Watching as their Pick-of-the-Dance Spirit magazineMonth. How cool is that? Love the glossy cover! I also appreciate the opportunity to participate in a giveaway as well!

So far, so good! Thanks for reading. I hope to have more updates soon!


About Sandy Green

I am a poet and children's author. Visit my website at
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5 Responses to Someone’s Watching – Updates on Teen Dance Book “No One’s Watching”

  1. jackiemallon says:

    Oh Irish dancing takes me back: car journeys to a feis and stopping along the way for mum’s packed egg and onion sandwiches! 🙂

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