D.C. Hand Dance-Capitol City Swing.
This is a first of its kind literary work, solely dedicated to a discussion and exploration of Washington D.C.'s popular partner dance style and cultural art form; D.C. Hand Dance. It can be found as reference material in your local libraries and in the Library of Congress.
Ms. Frazier uses research, anecdotes, interviews, poetry, trivia, vignettes and pictures to depict and portray the "official dance of Washington D.C. "
This book has something for everyone, hand dancers and non-hand dancers alike. It covers such specific topics as hand dance history, basic dance steps and techniques, the benefits of hand dancing, the different dance philosophies, love and romance, manners and etiquette, competitive hand dancing and a description and exploration of Washington D.C.'s hand dance inner circle.
D.C. Hand Dance-Capitol City Swing takes the reader on a trip down memory lane with a stopover at new millennium square. It has a lot of old school flavor and new school attitude. It's a must read for any and everyone who's ever jumped to the beat, kicked up their heels or spun on a dime.
Felecia Karen Scott
Scott has shared many of her poems with family, friends, co-workers, couriers, and at various poetry venues. One of her dreams is to use her poetry to assist with healing the brokenhearted along with continuing to use it for own personal creative arts therapy. Poems in this collection will indirectly introduce you to Felecia Karen Scott. She firmly believes that pearls should not be cast among swine but keeping what the Creator has given her to herself is an injustice. Hopefully, The LP Collection: Lessons and Praise will prompt readers to search themselves and perhaps write their own poems. Felecia Karen Scott resides in Washington, DC.