This little book explores the etiquette of dance as a basis for understanding the dynamics of romantic (and other) relationships. As the author takes us through direct experiences with dance we come to understand how it serves as a metaphor for courtship and graceful interrelationships and communications.
About the Author
Kay G. Rock retired from corporate life at age 65, and immediately began to fulfill her lifelong dream of becoming a writer. Kay began with a monthly column for the "Bucks County Herald," covering a wide range of inspiring topics and observations that included travel, history, relationships, daily life, and interesting people. Inspiration for "Everything I Know About Relationships I Learned Dancing" grew out of her love for social dance and an extraordinary weekend workshop with the incomparable dancer and teacher, Frankie Manning. Kay is also the author of "Over the Hill and Gaining Speed: Reflections in Retirement." Both books are available in paperback or eBook format on Amazon.com. "Like" her author page at www.facebook.com/kaygrock.authorpage, to stay up-to-date on book excerpts, promotions, and events.