"It is a wonderful first-person account of being a dancer in the 1940s."
-- Jan Schmidt, Curator NYPL Dance May 2012
"Her descriptions of the works in which she dances are so clear anad enticing that the reader feels like juming up to try them." - Doris Hering, Dance Magazine November 2012
" No Daughter if Mine Is Going To Be A Dancer (has) its own distinctive and charming voice--while it rigerously chronicles a seminal time in the hiistory of Dance in America"
Pat Goudy O'Brien, The Tamarack Press May 2012
"This is a riveting work, it is rich invivid detaial and acute in memoriess that offer the reader into a dancer's world. Itdemonstrates the difficult but exhilerating experience of both concert and Broadway dance. Once begun, I could not stop reading. LynnSwanson Author May 2012
"Do you know what I love about your book? It is so lively-it bounces right along as yu get into adventures-good and bad. I even liked the technical parts." Kay Smith June 2013