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Welcome back to Romance Weekly.
In the round robin of our blog hop, Elizabeth Janette is before me this week. Make sure to check out her blog when you are finished here. She's the author of Redemption for Liars, a book of murder and mayhem.
It is an interesting blog hop this week for our writers. Xio Axelrod, author of The Calum, asks the following:
If you were’t a writer, what other creative career would you most want to try?
Hmmm... This is a tricky question this week. I think as a creative expression, and lets ignore the fact that I'm in no shape and probably too old to attempt this career, but I think I would like to try dancing. I mean really dancing like on Dancing With the Stars. I'm not a huge fan of the show, but I have massive amount of respect for those who can pull off dancing moves like it's nothing. When I do catch an episode I can't tear my eyes away. There is a dedication involved that makes it look so easy. I know it's not easy at all! I'm amazed at what these dancers can do.
There is something about dancing that combines several different creative processes, what type of music, the choreography of the dance, the emotional expression through body movements that all appeal to me.
Me being able to do it is an entirely different topic! It's been ages since I've danced. I never had dance lessons as a child so when I was out of college and had finally become an "adult" I took a few lessons back when country line dancing was all the craze. Maybe dance lessons of a different nature are in my future, but I'll probably leave all those moves to the professionals.
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