Dancing in the Stars an Indirect Tie-In to Dancing With The Stars

I forgot to tell everyone two weeks ago that my book has been published and is available.  As an indirect tie-in to Dancing With The Stars,  “Dancing in the Stars: Carroll Webster, International Dance Luminary of Vaudeville and Hollywood” gives a better understanding of the difficulties vaudevillians constantly faced. It contrasts the beauty of dance inside performance venues and Hollywood against the ugly desperation of the Great Depression and World War II. It begins with a handsome and talented eighteen-year-old orphan who longs for a vaudevillian dance career.  He has a real chance at stardom if he can survive America’s grueling dance marathons in the 1930s.  Accompanied by his attractive dance partner Diane, Carroll makes friends on the marathon floor with future stars Red Skelton and Tony Martin.  Before the decade is out, Tony Martin makes a movie with Fred Astaire and introduces him and Carroll.  Diane wants to be more than friends with Carroll, but giving in to that temptation could ruin their partnership and Carroll’s chance at happiness and a family with Mary, who could become the love of his life.  A tale of one man’s quest for fame and romance through the dark days of the Great Depression and World War II, “Dancing in the Stars” is Carroll Webster’s true search for what really matters.

If you are interested in purchasing this book, please order from the publisher’s e-store, https://www.createspace.com/5311269 (secondarily from Amazon), with my thanks.

Otherwise, let’s keep rooting on our favorites on DWTS, which will run two more weeks before the season ends.  My votes are for Rumer and Riker to win.  Who’s getting yours?  Any idea which celebs will be on the fall season?

Vickie L. Weaver

Vickie L. Weaver

Owner at Writestyle
Writing has been an important talent and part of my life since I was a child.Professionally, after decades of employment for others, I founded Writestyle in 1996 to provide writing, editing, proofreading, training, and more to clients worldwide (www.writestyle.com).Clients often call my work “magic.”I have written and/or edited for “Coexistence Magazine” (national), for “Ohio Magazine,” and for various newspapers.In addition, I have edited or contributed to the writing of numerous books.Personally, I have written in various genres.I have always composed poetry; as such, I have won awards and publication for some of my poems, and I am compiling a book of my poetry.One of my children’s books is set for publication.With my second husband, family and friends in Ohio, I enjoy music and dance, aid charitable causes, and strive for beauty and harmony in life.
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2 Responses to “Dancing in the Stars an Indirect Tie-In to Dancing With The Stars”

  1. cabaretsing says:

    I’m about half way through the book. Wonderful story!!

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