The new book by Gene Geter entitled The Dancer Mimi will take you on a ride exploring the relationships between two Japanese dancers both named Mimi.
When Mark was 13, he found a camera on his way to school and photographed a girl dressed like a ballerina. Fifteen years later, now a photographer, he sees the dancer again. Her name is Mimi. A strange friendship/relationship begins between them but then he meets another dancer and alleged murderer, also named Mimi. This Mimi wears a cape. These two women don’t like each other and fight over Mark. Both women love him and supposedly are willing to die if she is not chosen.
The Dancer Mimi was loosely inspired by real dancers Shoko Fujita and Shoko Tamai.
About the dancers:
(#1) Shoko Fujita interprets dance with passion and mystery. She worked as a soloist with Ayako Ogawa, Tokihiko Sakamoto and Akane Hakoda as well as performed with choreographers Dwight Rhoden, Africa Guzman and Larry Keigwin.
(#2) Shoko Tamai’s devotion has led her to famed venues such as London’s Royal Opera House. She was a World Ballet Competition finalist and a gold medalist in the American Academy of Ballet competition.
About the Author
Gene Geter is a photographer, author and former entertainment columnist. He has photographed tons of models, artists and musicians including Bianca Golden (America’s Next Top Model), Kahshanna Evans and Laurence Yang. Geter has also interviewed Prince, Alicia Keys, Jessica Alba, Robin Thicke, Kristin Kreuk, Aaliyah, Usher, Snoop Dogg and Jada Pinkett Smith. He has published novellas, poetry and photography books. Geter is also a videographer, directing, writing and producing videos on YouTube and Vimeo.
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