The Nimmy Nimmy Dance

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Thomas M. Geier, Jun 7, 2022 - Fiction - 391 pages
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“If you love me, I’ll love you too,” they shrieked and squealed with laughter. “And do the Nimmy Nimmy dance.”

Penny and Henry laughed and danced and sang to their special song as children, creating a loving bond between them that lingered even as they grew up and their lives took very different paths. 

Penny found her niche overseas in corporate consulting and Henry is thriving at a research company. But neither of them could forget each other. 

As Henry’s success begins to falter, Penny’s heart and job call her back home. And when Henry nearly loses his life in a freak accident, the two are finally reunited. Under knotty and difficult circumstances, can Penny and Henry rebuild their lives and recapture their love for each other?

A heartwarming, hope-filled story.

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About the Author

Tom spent the majority of his career as a CPA and financial advisor, analyzing facts, figures, and statistics. Now retired, he’s focused on creative pursuits, writing from his home in Punta Gorda, Florida, where he lives with his wife. 

The Inspiration for the Book

When my daughter was a toddler, if something thrilled and delighted her, she would dance. Watching her, my wife coined the phrase “The Nimmy Nimmy Dance”. It means to be so excited about something that you need to let it out, so you dance.

One Christmas, my wife and I recorded “The Nimmy Nimmy Dance” as a personal song for our grandchildren. The song is a bunch of well know proverbs linked together. The song speaks of journeys, and best friends parting and then finding each other again. “True love finds a way.”

The song became the outline for the book. It’s a feel-good love story, that hopefully grabs your attention and emotions as you follow the story of best friends, Penny and Henry.

Also, the message of hope within the book is very important to me. My faith has helped me tremendously in life, and I honestly don’t know how people manage without it. I wanted to touch on that in the characters and story itself.

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