The letter below is part of an ongoing series featuring letters from authors to their teen selves. If you're a published author who'd like to participate in this series, we'd love to have you. Just click here and let us know you're interested. Today's guest is Nancy McCabe, author of Vaulting Through Time, which comes out tomorrow.
Dear Teenage Me,
Do you remember when you were eleven, how confident you were, how sure of who you were and what you wanted? You loved to dance and write and read and sing and perform in plays.
And then, at twelve, you started to doubt yourself. You dropped out of ballet class because you were so much taller than the other girls, and you were sure they were more graceful than you.
Nancy at 13