My first e-short story; We’re On Our Way: by Sherri Rabinowitz https://lnkd.in/efidN5A its on pre-order right now!
A new project I am proudly taking part in; http://xena25years.ausxip.com/chapter-index/
I had a wonderful review on Audible; https://www.audible.com/pd/Entering-My-Second-Half-Audiobook/B07BQKH18S?asin=B07BQKH18S
Chatting With Sherri welcomed back photographer; Michael Strider! We chatted about his start in photography, Rock and Roll and chatted with one of his famous friends, listen in; http://tobtr.com/11326721
Chatting With Sherri welcomed actor and author; Robert Trebor! We chatted his beginnings as an actor, Xena and Hercules, and his new book; The Haircut Who Would Be King , listen in; http://tobtr.com/11329667
Chatting With Sherri welcomed artist Vytautas Vasiliauskas! We talked about his winning the Writers and Illustrators of the Future Award, his art and what inspires him, listen in ; http://tobtr.com/11349527
Coming Soon to Chatting With Sherri!
We welcome back creator, star of SIDETRACKED; E.D.Brown on 6/01/19 at 7pm pt; http://tobtr.com/11350907
Chatting With Sherri welcomes talented actor; Brice Bexter on 06/04/19 to 7pm pt; http://tobtr.com/11350923
Hear My Voice
Hear my voice!
I cry out;
Die to be heard;
Drowned out by the
Reasoned and unreasonable;
Male and female;
Demanding I change my thoughts
To their own;
I am denied my voice!
I really enjoyed reading this book, when I first read it I had no idea that it was her very last book. I love the glimpses of her real childhood. It is a fun book with some thoughts that fits today’s world quite well, which is very sad, it means after 40 years the world is still in the same mess it has always been in. Which is basically what she talks about in the book. Oh, and I don’t agree with the reviewers of the time, it is not at all boring or banal.
I love that even in old age that Tommy and Tuppence are very much the same. And I love it all started with sorting out books from moving into a new place, and deciding what to keep and what to give away. I related to that because I had a similar thing happen to me recently. It is a really good mystery, very much worthy of the Queen of Crime and I highly recommend it.
I have read this before and enjoyed it, but recently I saw a movie of it, they added Miss Marple and changed the characters so that they were almost unrecognizable as our Tommy and Tuppence. Since there were first rate actors in it (whom I truly respect a lot,) I gave it a chance but it didn’t just disappoint me, it truly upset me.
So I decided to read it again, and it was just as fun and delightful as I remembered it. First of all Tommy and Tuppence though more mature were still true to their basic core of being in love and a team. I loved that. And she made a point that just because you became older didn’t mean you didn’t passionately love your life partner. I loved that too! Tuppence, as Tommy called her was still a terrier and went after what she was investigating with true vigor. She was brilliant, though she got herself in real trouble, even then she handled it all superbly.
Tommy was still a steady, reliable fellow, who not only respected his wife and but adored her. When she doesn’t come home, he pulls out everything he has in bag of tricks to find her. And of course faithful Albert is there, with his chicken dinners. Albert actually came up with an important lead.
I can’t really tell you more but it was lovely. I actually stayed up to 3 am last night to finish it, because I had forgotten parts (it’s been a while) and wanted to finish it before I went to bed.
D.J. Blackmore’s; “CENTRAL TO NOWHERE” is a wonderful read created around a remote Australian station made which made me wish I could see it in person.
Ivy was hoping she to make a fresh start and turn herself into an experienced cowhand. Her new boss Adam O’Rourke despite how ill-suited she was found himself drawn to her against his will.
There is a lot of pain in this novel. Its about broken families, broken pasts and Alzheimer’s breaking a once strong mind.
Very intense but a good read, I had to read it in bits because some of it was intense but it is a heart filled book.