In Joyce A. Miller's memoir, Look You're Dancing, she enters two worlds when she adopts a retired racing greyhound and decides to do canine freestyle, or dog dancing. Miller had a less than ideal childhood and felt she was an imposter for most of her life, not fitting in anywhere. When she worked with the greyhound adoption group and helped the sleek racers find their forever homes, she felt fulfilled. And when she started dancing, first with her greyhound and then tap dancing with a group of friends, she felt she finally found true friendship and a safe place that brought out the best in her. Look You're Dancing explores the unique bond between a hound and a human and how something as simple as a dance enriches both lives.