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Last Shows of the Season and The Chatty!!!

The winner of the live listens; for The Chatty is;

Lee Murray and Dan Rabarts

 

 

 

 

 

Congratulations to them both, I had a great time chatting with authors Lee Murray and Dan Rabarts! We talked about their books and collaboration, about their great play; The Thief’s Tale and how they felt listening to it come to life and so much more, listen in;  http://tobtr.com/10973931

 

 

 

Top Downloads that are coming up! But its up to you, I am giving you a bit more time I am going to give the award in January! So download your favorites and check in next month to see who wins!!!

Chris York

 

 

 Anthony and Julie Sharpe 

 

 

 

Steven L Sears  

 

Mary Brooks  
Gregg Oppenheimer
Miss Fisher producers

Today I chatted with author; Eve Wing about her writing and how she came about writing her novel, we had a great time.  It was the last show of the year, and I announced  The Live Listen Chatty Award!!!  http://tobtr.com/11103381

I’d like to thank everyone who listened live to our season finale of Sherri’s Playhouse; Mabel of the Anzacs! You can still listen here to the archive;

Two new 4 star ratings for my novel Murder Inc.!

 

 

 

 

New Review;

Hercule Poirot's Christmas (Hercule Poirot, #20)

Hercule Poirot’s Christmas by Agatha Christie
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

It’s funny how despite the fact you have read a novel before, if you have seen an adaption on TV it overrides the memory of the written word. This is not the first time that my memory of the series has wiped out my memory of the book.

Though I loved the adaption with David Suchet, I love the novel more. It’s richer, has more characters and they are all quite different then the people in the adaption. (I do recommend the TV adaption though it is exquisitely done and perfect for this time of year, despite the murder.)

The characters of David and Hilda were taken out of the show completely which is really sad because I really like them a lot. They are really interesting and there is a lot there that to adds to the tension and the plot.

Also I love that the romance that lights up again between Alfred and Lydia, so sweet.

I knew who the murderer was of course from my first read and the adaption but it was done in such a way that I questioned my memory till Poirot revealed it.

Superb novel, love Dame Agatha as always.

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Agatha ChristieAgatha Christie by Gillian Gill
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I enjoyed this very much, an interesting thoughtful portrait of a very complex lady who wanted no one, to really know what was going on inside her mind. Can’t blame her really.

I found the insights very striking and unlike some of the reviews I did not at all find it at all boring. It was very interesting, indeed.

I thought how she used the Mary Westmacott novels to explain the inner working of Agatha’s mind quite well though out and it was not the first time, Agatha’s own daughter said if you really wanted to understand her mother, you need to read the Mary Westmacott novels.

While I didn’t at mind that the author Gillian Gill, gave the plot-lines and outcomes in those stories since I have not read them and don’t mind spoilers, I was stunned that she gave way not only the plot-lines but the murderers in Agatha’s mysteries. I am a huge Christie fan, which is why I read this and yet I have to admit I have not read all her books, and for her to give away the killer, not in one book, but in several books was shocking, and quite disappointing.

Otherwise an excellent biography.

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I saw a show about the women who painted the glow in the dark dials for watches in WW1 and suffered in the hands of corporation who wanted to hide the truth of the product.  It was also the inspiration of my favorite episodes Miss Fisher Murder Mysteries;  The Ghost Girls; https://rismovieblog.wordpress.com/2018/12/19/the-ghost-girls/ 

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Casting, Chatting and Reviews….

Casting for radio actors for Sherri’s Playhouse, I have three plays coming up and could use some heavy lifting.  No pay but a lot of exposure and you get to meet people from all over via our rehearsals.  We rehearse on Skype and perform on my Blogtalk platform. It is a lot of fun and we get to act in some truly amazing plays.  We do the radio plays live, it’s a high wire act like live TV back in the day, so if you want to do something completely different, get in touch with me.

 

 

This has been an incredible couple of weeks for Chatting With Sherri;

Tomorrow on Chatting With Sherri welcomes Young and The Restless star Kate Linder on 6/14/2018 12:00 pm pt;

 

 

 

I had a super time with Fiona Eagger and Deb Cox the producers of one my favorite shows;  Miss Fisher Murder Mysteries! We chatted about how they met, how they created the show and what is happening with the transitions from TV to feature film.  It was a fun and informative chat; http://tobtr.com/10808201 

 

I had such a great time with award-winning writer & actress Lena Pousette on Chatting With Sherri!  We talked about writing, acting, movies we admire, styles we admire and her latest project Wild C.A.T., listen in; 

 

 

 Photographer Ian L Sitren is such a fun guest, I always have fun time chatting with him.  We talked about all the different kinds of photography he does and what inspires him.  It was a blast, listen in; 

 

 I loved chatting with filmmaker and actress  Leslee Scallon, we talked about her very successful passion project Dances With Film. She talked about how it was conceived and what great films are included in this years film festival! Listen in; 

 

Fine artist; Sasha T. was a great guest with a fascinating project, he is going to send his artwork into space, and you can take part in it, listen in to find out; 

 

 

 

I had a great time with NY Times Bestseller and 5-time Bram Stoker Award winner; Jonathan Maberry! We talked about stories, reading, writing and personal appearances.  How he writes and what his methods are, he is a very successful author listen in and learn all about his methods;

Your Tweets earned  5,594  impressions over the last week are; Brittney Powell and Tom Konkle about Trouble Is My Business, Fiona Eagger and Deb Cox the producer of Miss Fisher Murder Mysteries, photographer Ian L Sitren and  Steven L Sears and Kevin J Anderson about their joint venture STALAG-X!

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I had some great reviews for Entering My Second Half!  Check them out here;  https://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-reviews/R29TW93ZP0KLJN/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B07BQKGZHC  and  https://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-reviews/R32GPW67H5PHQ7/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_rvw_ttl?7BQKGZHC

You can still take part in my giveaway for the audio-book of  Entering My Second Half; Just comment about your future here and win a free copy of the audio book!! You can also purchase  the e-book or the paperback at the link below; Sherri Rabinowitz (Author), Kristine M. Bowen (Narrator); My adventures with some rather famous people and fun adventures; 

We did our broadcast of Daisy Wheel by Everett Robert last weekend. Daisy Wheel is a touching play about outsiders trying to make a life for themselves, despite being made to feel separate from everyone else;   http://tobtr.com/10811185  

 

Death at the Opera (Mrs. Bradley, #5)Death at the Opera by Gladys Mitchell
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This books is so different, I had no idea who the murderer was, it was a complete turn around from the TV show starring Diana Rigg. I really enjoyed it. I don’t want to give anything away so I will just say its an excellent read and Gladys Mitchell deserved every accolade she had received.

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So many announcements for the end of the year!

Well we did very well in people popping in and check out our book fair and playing our trivia giveaway.  Thank you to all our readers who played and who bought books.  We appreciate it. A lot!!!  And a very deep thank you to all the authors who taking part, we have a huge group of authors. I am ever so grateful to you all. Now the blog book fair is still available for purchasing books please check it out and buy that gift you forgot; https://wp.me/p2LjpY-1pI

 

Well my special for my best-selling   My two books are on sale for only .99 , yes cents!  it will be until 2 Jan (so I can enjoy New Years too) so get it while you can! ; Different Is Beautiful; and A Kitty’s View;   If you want to get my autograph you can get it for eBooks too!

 

 

 

New review for second edition of Fantasy Time Inc!  https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/2217452647 

And a review I never saw till now;  a review on Fantasy Time Inc by Sherri Rabinowitz, Paperback | Barnes & Noble® http://fw.to/y1qVflT

 

 

 

 

Semi finals for The Chatty Awards!

 

 

 

 

 

I chatted with author Jennifer Irwin about her book; A Dress The Color Of The Sky, but we had a great time talking about reading and inspiration too.  It was a fun chat;  

 

 

 

 

I also had a great time chatting with diverse character actor Time Winters, we talked about his various tv shows that I loved, his time Sherri’s Playhouse playing Dr. Watson and theater.  It was fun lively chat;  .

 

 

 

I was so happy to welcome back my dear friend author Lee Murray to Chatting With Sherri! We chatting about writing and books of course but we also chatted about what was new in each others lives.  It is a casual fun chat, listen in; http://tobtr.com/10466007

 

 

 

 

 

Tomorrow on Chatting With Sherri presents the cast from Hamlet on 12/29/2017 7:00 PM PT  .  Hamlet will be different because of the holiday season we are doing it as a recording.  I will broadcast it on Dec 31st, yep New Years Eve!  http://tobtr.com/10488099
 If you would like to take part in our next production please drop us a line; https://www.facebook.com/Sherris-Playhouse-1415103118746094/   
Next year I will be taking part in Condor as a speaker, watch this space! http://www.condorcon.org/category/speakers/
I wrote this little drabble about Lord Peter Wimsey and Harriet Vane because I couldn’t get it out of my head; http://rithebard.tumblr.com/post/169010204958/missing-scene

 

 

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A look at innovative and thought provoking photographer, Sam McAdam-Cooper!

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