"The Art of Falling is a story of friendship and personal growth, and a helluva good read." - Elizabeth Zimmer, dance critic, Metro New York
"Craft presents her mesmerizing characters with depth, understanding, and ethos." - Lana Kay Rosenberg, artistic director, Miami University Dance Theatre
"Strikes universal chords in all of us who yearn, who love, who fail and fall, and struggle to find our way back home." - Elizabeth Benedict, author of Almost, Slow Dancing, and The Practice of Deceit
"Beautifully written and strongly emotional, The Art of Falling will move readers deeply. Kathryn Craft has penned a winner!" - Jane Porter, National Bestselling Author
"In her engrossing debut, The Art of Falling, Kathryn Craft takes her long-damaged heroine on a quest for healing and truth-true self, true family, and true friendship. Craft's sharp and refreshing narrative will leave you pining for more." - Julie Kibler, author of Calling Me Home
"Craft's debut novel lovingly traces the aesthetics of movement and gently explores the shattering pain of despair.
A sensitive study of a woman choreographing her own recovery.
" - Kirkus
"In The Art of Falling, Craft weaves an eloquent story about an unhinged dancer, body image, true friendship, and finding the lost moments, which make us whole." - Priscille Sibley, author of The Promise of Stardust
"Craft, a former dancer and choreographer, captures the entanglement of pain and despair and beauty and hope that often knits our lives and, through the character of Penny, illustrates how self-acceptance is one of the greatest gifts you can give yourself." - Booklist
"One need not be graceful or understand dance to be drawn into Penny's life and to experience the beauty of her self-expression. Craft's fluid style shines in this story of denial, friendship, and redemption." - Bloggers Recommend