Palm Springs, CA (PRWEB) July 1, 2009
Bill Borine and Michigan Avenue Media welcome you to the Media Room where visitors will find an entertaining collection of news releases, reviews and articles about the eagerly anticipated book 'Dancing With The Stars'.
Bill Borine's uncle Norman Borine had an amazing life as a dancer when Hollywood was stunningly graced with musical films that made even the most difficult of dance sequences look easy.
In this biographical work readers are entrenched in the days and nights of a contract player for the golden era of Hollywood. This book is full of personal photographs of some of the celebrities we watch year after year as part of the classics. This heartwarming narrative shows the reader what they might have missed, and what they wish they could see today.
'Dancing With The Stars' is a wonderful tribute to Bill Borine's uncle Norman. The photographs are spectacular and the stories are delightfully charming. It's an entertaining and informative way of understanding how wonderful Hollywood was during the 40's. Readers will have a better appreciation of how movies brought the world together and made it a better place to live. These movies are still watched by fans, young and old alike.
The captivating stories about Judy Garland, Gene Kelly, Ray Bolger, Lucille Ball, Lucille Bremer, Betty Hutton, Marilyn Monroe, Carmen Miranda, Vera Ellen, Eleanor Powell, Mitzi Gaynor, Yvonne De Carlo, and Esther Williams will be both enjoyable and entertaining.
Reading 'Dancing With The Stars' once will never be enough. It's a coffee table favorite. 'Dancing With The Stars' is not only a feel good book, it's a terrific read. It's fast paced and impossible to put down, so much so once they have read the very last page, the reader feel like getting on the dance floor and having the time of their life.
An additional good read presented by Bill Borine is a wonderfully crafted book, King Dragon- 'The World Of Bruce Lee'. Because Norman Borine was dedicated to keeping the memory and teachings of Bruce Lee alive and in the public eye, Bill is donating 10% of the profits from the sale of 'King Dragon' to the Bruce Lee Foundation.