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Miss Fisher Con, Chatting With Sherri, reviews…

I had a lot of fun Chatting with  Jennifer Aldrich of Adventuresses’ Club of the Americas from Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries! We talked about the Miss Fisher Con, her exciting trip to Melbourne to take be a part of Miss Fisher; Crypt of Tears and her thoughts on the spin-off. Listen in;

I also wrote a blog about the spin-off called Ms. Fisher Modern Mysteries;

Ms. Fisher’s Modern Murder Mysteries invades the US!!! My review of the new series some thoughts on the project; https://wp.me/p2MXCg-82

And we had these super guests;

I welcomed back the charming John Alsedek of Suspense, we talked about classic movies, classic radio and inspiration. It was such a fun interview, listen in; http://tobtr.com/11305519

 

 

I had so much fun chatting  with author Sarah Read, we had a good time talking about books, reading, writing and inspiration, listen in; http://tobtr.com/11295017

 

 

 

I was so excited to chat with respected and very prolific voice actor Joe Ochman!  We talked about all the shows he has done, how he got into the business, the difference between voice acting and regular acting. And the fun he is having doing fan conventions, listen in;    http://tobtr.com/11295027

 

I have known Award winning composer, producer; David Raiklen, for a while but the first time I got to meet up with him face to face was this year at Comic Con.  I was so excited he decided to join me on my show, we talked about how he got into composing, composing for film and what it was like being mentored by Oscar winner John Williams and Pulitzer Prize winner Mel Powel. Fascinating chat, listen in;  http://tobtr.com/11288515

I had such a great time chatting with the multi-talented Julie Sharpe! We talked about her show, touring, the dancers in the show, her husband Anthony Sharpe and what he has coming up and they’re up coming exciting travels, listen in ; 

 

 

I was happy to welcome back author; Mitzi Szereto, we talked about her new anthology and how her other books are doing including the really popular Teddy books; http://tobtr.com/11275175

 

 

 

I was super excited to chat with the talented award-winning artist Jeff Sturgeon! We talked art, how he got into illustration and fan conventions.  We had so much fun, listen in; http://tobtr.com/11275381  

Also here is the preview link for his Kickstarter campaign for the anthology The Last Cities of Earth. please take a look at the story, graphics the authors involved and our VERY cool rewards. We launch this Friday May 3rd at noon, help us make this thing happen !

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/182358062/2089733445

Coming up on Chatting With Sherri;

 

Chatting With Sherri chats with author; Alex Shvartsman on 5/02/19 at 1pm pt; http://tobtr.com/11308251

 

 

 

Sherri’s Playhouse;

Coming soon, part two of Mabel of the Anzacs, adapted by Mary for the radio theater from her new novel,  Mabel of the Anzacs! The confrontation you have been waiting for! Two women – one, a fiery teenager, the other a cantankerous octogenarian – find their mutual antipathy blossoms into an unlikely friendship. Together the two women forge a close bond that will change their lives forever. It’s a friendship for the ages!

Our cast interview for Mabel of the Anzacs, Part 2 was on last night!  We had so much fun.  No spoilers to Sunday’s show but definitely worth listening to; http://tobtr.com/11288533

 

Cards on the Table (Hercule Poirot, #15)Cards on the Table by Agatha Christie

This is another one of those times when the episodes with David Suchet are so strong in my mind, that I think I have read the book, but I didn’t. I was reading a biography of Agatha Christie and when they were speaking of certain plot points in Cards On The Table, I realized that, A. they changed the plot for the TV show and B. I never read it.

I really enjoyed it on several levels. First it was fun to meet the four sleuths in their introductions. The four sleuths in the novel, whom I have enjoyed for many years but it was interesting to read the way she described them for the very first time. And the characters of the four suspects which were pretty much the same, except that they weren’t…I am being circumspect because I don’t want to give too much away, but there are more killings in this book then in the TV show and one of the killings was done in a way I really didn’t expect at all.

Excellent book, I really highly recommend it. It is a lot of fun to watch the other sleuths as opposed to Poirot. As he uses misdirection and psychology to catch the killer.

The Mousetrap and Other PlaysThe Mousetrap and Other Plays by Agatha Christie
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I had only read one of the Agatha Christie plays that she had adapted for the stage and that was because I was in it; Murder on the Nile. I was so excited to be in the play and I had the script of just that play, so I had no idea how many of her plays she herself had adapted. The first thing I noticed when I read it, and I was stunned by it, is that she took out Hercule Poirot. She replaced him with Canon Pennyfather from the novel; At Bertram’s Hotel. Because the Cannon was a rather dithering old man very different from the one in the play I was very startled by this, but they were her characters so I figured she could do what she wanted. This play is not in this edition that is why I felt I could talk about it a bit more since I am not giving away anything in the plot so no spoilers here.

This is book is a masterclass on adaption, she gets all the important information in these plays but it is subtly changed to be more suitable for stage. And there are changes, a lot of them, so hold on to your hats if you read the novels.

The three plays I liked best were;  (which is the book; Five Little Pigs.) All the plays in this collection are excellent but these are the plays and novels that touched me most.

The Hollow has the least changes, and my favorites are still Midge and Edward, I am sorry but the rest are really hard for me to really relate to, I just love these two. They are adorable. The detective in it is Inspector Colquohoun with the help of Sergeant Penny who take over the duties of the famous Belgian sleuth they replaced. The mystery is well done, but it is changed so it will take place in one or two rooms. Excellent construction and she somehow gets all the really tense bits in despite the very confined area because of it being on the stage.

The second one is Go Back To Murder, The daughter of Caroline and Amyas is Carla, like the novel not Lucy like the film. It follows the line of the novel except in the play she aided by Justin Fogg (who I find utterly adorable), son of the lawyer who led Caroline Crale’s defense. This play is pretty much the same, but I just love the relationship between Justin and Carla, it is lovely to watch it develop. It is part of Christie’s brilliance I believe that she can create a believable relationship so quickly. They are at odds in the beginning and totally a unit by the end of the play. Again the staging is fascinating, all of Christie’s ideas to use the lighting in order to show the different locations and how the actors should look in the past and in the future. Brilliantly crafted, I can see why she enjoyed writing plays so much, she was really wonderful at it.

And last but not least is Towards Zero, she actually takes out my favorite character, I was disappointed by that but it is a really wonderful play. Again it is pretty much the same plot this time with the same detective, Inspector Battle, the same as the book really but I really just enjoyed the artistry of the transfer to stage she used. Still catching the killer once again in a confined area of the stage. Rather brilliantly managed.

If you’re a playwright and novelist this is the book for you, to learn to adapt your work. If you’re an actor or just appreciate a wonderful play its fascinating. If your Christie fan it is worth it, just to see the changes and the things she does not change. A little bit for everyone!

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New play and great interviews coming up!

 

The rehearsals are going wonderfully for Daisy Wheel, we are preparing for it’s broadcast next month.  Daisy Wheel by Everett Robert is a touching play about outsiders trying to make a life for themselves, despite being made to feel separate from everyone else.  Our cast interview will be on June 3rd and the performance will be on June 10th!  Please check for more exciting information about this new radio play. https://www.facebook.com/Sherris-Playhouse-1415103118746094/

 

 

I would also like to let you know I have several new plays by new playwrights coming up very soon, and a wonderfully talented playwright from last year who will be directing for the first time on Sherri’s Playhouse for one of his own plays, so if you would like to be part of cast in any of these wonderful plays please let us know.  Also if you’re a playwright please send me your radio play scripts, you never know they maybe on next season. https://www.facebook.com/Sherris-Playhouse-1415103118746094/

 

Chatting With Sherri welcomes NY Times Bestseller and 5-time Bram Stoker Award winner; Jonathan Maberry on 5/29/18 at 11am pt; http://tobtr.com/10790035 

 

 

 

 

Chatting With Sherri welcomes back fine artist; Sasha T. on May 31st at 11am pt http://tobtr.com/10792523 

He has a campaign for sending his paintings into space, here is how you can take part;  https://www.gofundme.com/Firstartshowinspace

 

 

 

I had such a great time with  Steven L Sears and Kevin J Anderson we chatted about everything under the sun.  Especially about their joint venture STALAG-X, which is a graphic novel that is available for purchase now! You can listen here;  

 

 

 

 

I had such a lovely conversation with singer, songwriter; Ray Dafrico, we talked music, inspiration and how life has changed since we were kids.  We also listen in to some of the songs from his latest record.  Listen in;  

 

 

 

 

I had great chat with the lovely author; Kaaron Warren!  We talked about writing, discipline, inspiration and her new book; Tide Stone! Check it out;  

 

 

 

 

May has been a great month, and there is more to come! https://www.patreon.com/posts/may-will-be-18511208?utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter&utm_campaign=postshare

 

Brittney Powell and Tom Konkle’s Murder Is My Business, Steven L Sears and Kevin J Anderson’s Stalog-X and Beth Ryne’s Feeling Seen has had Tweets that earned over 6,871 impressions over the last week!

 

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; 

Below is my review for a book I haven’t read since I was 15 years old, it is interesting and delightful to re-read it as an adult;

A BookA Book by Desi Arnaz
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I found this treasure in a box of books I was unpacking. I got it as soon as the paperback edition came out. I remember I loved it, but I haven’t read it in years. I take very good care of my books, the pages have yellowed but it is in very good condition.

I read it again, this is pure Desi. All his charm, you can hear his voice as you read it. It’s a wonderful book. Very honest, funny and sad. It truly touches the heart and it ended on a loving note. He always loved Lucy till the day he died. And he was a devoted Dad. He called his children, his treasures.

I have laughed out loud several times. He is so naturally funny and a great story teller. And when he writes about their fights on the phone when they were separated after making, “Too Many Girls,” I can hear their voices in my head after years of watching; I Love Lucy.

I was a teen when I first read it, but as a mature woman it adds another layer to it. Not only do I hear his voice in every written word, I truly understand it. It also made want me to re-watch “I Love Lucy,” I had not really watched it for years. So I have been enjoying re-watching episodes with the inside knowledge about what happened on the set, from Desi’s memory. It just makes me love it more.

I love Lucy but I also love Desi.

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I have some really great shows this month!!!!

I am so happy that I got the chance to chat with the delightful Chris Lemmon! We had such a fun chat, he is so funny and entertaining, that I let the time get away from me, but it is worth it, because he is just so much charming!  Listen in; http://tobtr.com/10741205 

 

 

 

Today on Chatting With Sherri we welcome filmmaker Beth Ryne about her documentary; Feeling Seen, a feature length documentary at 1pm pt; http://tobtr.com/10755641 To help Beth’s dream come true contribute to her Kickstarter campaign; http://kck.st/2HXcILw she has some great rewards!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chatting With Sherri chats with the talented Brittney Powell and Tom Konkle about Trouble Is My Business starring Vernon Wells! 5/8/18 at 11am pt; http://tobtr.com/10758007  I am so excited to chat about the film, it is like a film noir of the 40’s, I love that style and I can’t wait to chat about it!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chatting With Sherri welcomes back talented photographer; Chris Loomis on May 10th at 11am pt;   http://www.blogtalkradio.com/rithebard/2018/05/10/chatting-with-sherri-welcomes-back-talented-photographer-chris-loomis

May will be a great month! https://www.patreon.com/posts/may-will-be-18511208?utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter&utm_campaign=postshare

You can listen to Chatting with Sherri on Itunes!!!

Our presentation of Sherri’s Playhouse’s Joe Kronus went very well in fact we had great reviews and stats from both blogtalk and Twitter!  You can still hear it, here is the link; http://tobtr.com/10710077 I would like to thank my great cast of actors; Charlie  Bennison, Arielle Strauss, Nicholas Davidge, Raymond Brent, Elizabeth Gracen, Everett Robert, Wendy Pumarlo Richmeier and Jen Gray; you all nailed it! I am so proud of you all! Such a great performance I can’t wait to share it tonight.

I am doing a giveaway for the audio-book of  Entering My Second Half; Just comment about your future here and win ; 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; 

Entering My Second Half (Unabridged) –

Sherri Rabinowitz – Fantasy Time Inc. (Unabridged) –

My Tweets earned 4,414 impressions over the last week; tops was Anthony J Sharpe , Christopher Golden and my radio play; Joe Kronus. A really funny top earner was my first head shot.

 

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I am hosting an #AuthorsAMA for my Cat’s Pajama’s Campaign!

I added some rewards for my  Kickstarter to get the financing to make it the stage play happen. So you can be a part of theater and put Cat’s Pajamas on the stage! http://kck.st/2meg7vY   Even if you don’t live here in California, you can be a part of the theater.

I’m hosting an #AuthorsAMA JAN 25, 2018 9:00PM EST about expand the radio play Cat’s Pajamas into a play for the stage through a kickstarter campaign
https://authorsama.com/my-radio-play-cats-pajamas-is-a-very-successful-show-one-of-the-top-shows-on-477256#c274383

 

Chatted with the fabulous Gary Williams and Vicky Knerly about the new book; Blood Legacy on Chatting With Sherri!  We had a great time, we chatted about inspiration and what to do with ideas that do not fit.  It was a really fun chat! http://tobtr.com/10525797

 

 

 

Chatting With Sherri welcomed back author and screenwriter Melissa Good! We had a great time.  We chatted about fan fiction versus writing a novel.  And how she started to write in the first place. Listen in; http://tobtr.com/10512095 The picture is from the episode of Xena that Melissa Good wrote called Coming Home.

 

 

 

Chatting With Sherri welcomed actor and musician Nick Davidge , we talked how he went from art and music to acting.  We talked about his band the tour he went on to acting in Sherri’s Playhouse’s latest show Hamlet!!!! He played a much, much older character Polonius and how much fun he had in playing the part; http://tobtr.com/10514919

 

 

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Condor Con was this weekend I had a great time, I was not sure if I would because of personal reasons but it worked out. I was on some great panels about time travel and fan fiction.  And I met a rather lovely wizard!

 

New review for A Kitty’s View; https://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-reviews/R3SSJMAS16KC66/ref=cm_cr_srp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=1540608522

 

I have a great voice artist to help me create an audio book for my memoir; Entering My Second Half!  I am so excited, this one is really personal so keep your eye on this space but for now here is the link to all the ways you can buy the book; http://authorpage.com/books/127

I wrote a really weird short story called; We’re On Our Way! by Sherri Rabinowitz  I may write some more and create an anthology, it depends how people feel about this one.

 

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Cat’s Pajamas, Hamlet and The Chatty!!!

Well, I am going to try to bring my dreams of having one of my plays on stage come to life! I started a campaign yesterday on Kickstarter to get the financing to make it happen. So you can be a part of theater and put Cat’s Pajamas on the stage! http://kck.st/2meg7vY  I have some great rewards listed and even if you don’t live here in California, you can be a part of the theater, kind of cool, huh? 
I would like to thank everyone who listened to  Hamlet on the New Years Eve, we have had amazing numbers.  I think I can speak for the whole cast,  we were all stunned! To be honest I wasn’t sure about doing it as a recording, I like the live theater aspect of it but since it was a holiday it was nice to just press a button and let it go.  I would like to thank Everett  Robert who edited it all Christmas week, Nick Davidge for all the sound effects that he created for the broadcast, And C. B. Floyd for his help in editing the play.  And Anne Louise Fortune for adapting and directing the play for the radio theater.  For those who missed it please listen to here for our archive of it;  http://tobtr.com/10488099  
And to listen to the cast chat about the whole experience here is the link; http://tobtr.com/10488099 
If you would like to join all the fun of our next production please drop us a line; https://www.facebook.com/Sherris-Playhouse-1415103118746094/   

I am also working on a play for this season’s Sherri’s Playhouse and several books it is going to be a busy writing period for me.

I would like to send my special love and thanks to our winners of  this year.  They are Anthony and Julie Sharpe for most live listens! And a tie between Chris Lemmon and Travis Mcmahon for most downloads!!  Congratulations to you all!!!! Thank you for being on Chatting With Sherri, I don’t know what I would do with out such amazing and fantastic guests!!!

 

Chatting With Sherri welcomed author Bruno A. Ribeiro about his book; The Book of All Lovers, we chatted about writing and how he went from being an a fine artist to an author.  And the difference in treatment between the artist and author.  All very interesting;  

 

 

Chatting With Sherri welcomes back author and screenwriter Melissa Good on Jan 9th at 11am pt; http://tobtr.com/10512095 The picture is from the episode of Xena that Melissa Good wrote called Coming Home.

 

 

 

Chatting With Sherri welcomes actor and musician Nick Davidge on Jan 18th at 1pm pt http://tobtr.com/10514919

 

 

 

A special treat for my Patreons members from the gifted Steven L Sears! A really great video about how a script is developed, and as entertaining as Steven always is so you know it’s a fun story!

I am also going to create an  audio book for my memoir; Entering My Second Half, so keep your eye on this space but for now here is the link to all the ways you can buy the book; http://authorpage.com/books/127

Next year I will be taking part in Condor as a speaker, watch this space! http://www.condorcon.org/category/speakers/

 

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Another wild ride!

Authors who would like to take part in my book fair this year please send me a message to let me know. I will need pictures of your books and sell links as well a very short description of each book. No more than three books per author please. Thanks, the Management. https://www.facebook.com/Book-Fair-920456447981808/
Last few days for a while to get Entering My Second Half by Sherri Rabinowitz for just 1.00;  
I have taken up with an idea about mentoring a few writers.  Just to get my toes wet. My mentoring is for a targeted period on a retainer for 10-15 hours specific targeted help. Non refundable.
If you like the support you can re-sign up. And as part of that deal you get a free interview on Chatting with Sherri for your new book with all the advertising that goes with that. Afterwards we can discuss how you did and how you can use the knowledge toward your own platform. Send me a note if your interested at; https://www.facebook.com/RithebardWebsite/
I have a big announcement for Chatting With Sherri coming soon, shhhh.
Meanwhile I have been rather lax in telling you about my guests shows, so here is a run down of my lovely wonderful and most generous guests!
Chatting With Sherri welcomes Hugo Nominated editor & author Bryan Thomas Schmidt on 8/31/17 11ampt http://tobtr.com/10361887 
 
I had a delightful chat with the talented Anthony and Julie Sharpe, we talked about how they met, Anthony’s latest jobs, Julie’s trip to Cambodia and the Kickstarter campaign for Miss Fisher;  
 
My chat with Emmy Winning Producer,Writer and Author Brooks Wachtel was fun, charming yet highly educational.  Brooks is a very witty and bright man and he is a great communicator, we chatted about such a wide amount of subjects you will see why I say I learn something wonderful every time I chat with him;  
 
My chat with the charming, wonderful and talented Highlander Star, author and film maker; Elizabeth Gracen! We had a fun chat about her producing, the Highlander Con she was going to (which might be the last one) and her book site’s update, we had such a fun chat! http://tobtr.com/10318049
Tops on Elizabeth made the tops in Entertainment on blogtalk last week; 

Best Selling, Award Winning author Peter Wacks was just delightful,  we had a great time chatting about books, creativity and how to find your pace when creating your book.;   http://tobtr.com/10333437  

We had such a great time Peter decided to give me an exclusive BTS Clip only for my Patrons on my Patreon account.  I am so grateful it was so much fun;  So sign up 🙂

 

I also chatted with author Michael Okon about his new book Monsterland.  It was a great concept that they were just hurt individuals not monsters it was the public that came to stare at them that was causing the real damage. fascinating chat;  http://www.blogtalkradio.com/rithebard/2017/10/12/chatting-with-sherri
I chatted with RobRoy McCandless about his novel; HELL BECOMES HER we talked about writing a series, how that felt and how it felt when t came to an end.  fascinating chat;  
And to close on the anniversary of our last interview Nathan Page is once more tops in Entertainment on Blogtalk!

 

We are doing Hamlet, it is a very short version so don’t worry but it is an amazing thing to produce Shakespeare. 
 One thing I really find interesting is how many phrases and words come from this play.  If you think Hamlet is not your cup of tea listen to the words, you will be amazed how many times you hear his words in our modern language and people just don’t realize it. If you would like to take part in our next production please drop us a line;https://www.facebook.com/Sherris-Playhouse-1415103118746094/  
Just to get you in the mood for our radio theater here is;  My radio play Cat’sPajamas https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jjTbxYwWv1A was tops on Twitter in the last week 🙂
So I received my DVD of the show Bamboozled with my book and Spencer Powell’s vision.  It is my first writing assignment and it was very successful.  Really cool!
 Next year I will be taking part in Condor as a speaker, watch this space! http://www.condorcon.org/category/speakers/
 
Cats Pajamas, Elizabeth Gracen, Miss Fisher Kickstarter, Peter Wacks
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Mentoring, Hamlet, Patreon, interviews and other scattered subjects this week!

I have taken up with an idea about mentoring a few writers.  Just to get my toes wet. My mentoring is for a targeted period on a retainer for 10-15 hours specific targeted help. Non refundable.
If you like the support you can re-sign up. And as part of that deal you get a free interview on Chatting with Sherri for your new book with all the advertising that goes with that. Afterwards we can discuss how you did and how you can use the knowledge toward your own platform. Sound me a note if your interested at; https://www.facebook.com/RithebardWebsite/
I am giving one more month for the sale for my book’s anniversary, to celebrate; you can buy the e-book of the book for just one dollar;  https://www.amazon.com/dp/B015T985JO/EnteringMySecondHalf/?tag=authorpage03-20 
 I also thought you would enjoy this short article I wrote, MY JANE AUSTEN BOOK CLUB: LOVELY JANEITES: WHAT WOULD JANE DO? http://t.co/splrpNbAHr
We are doing Hamlet, it is a very short version so don’t worry but it is an amazing thing to produce Shakespeare.  One thing I really find interesting is how many phrases and words come from this play.  If you think Hamlet is not your cup of tea listen to the words, you will be amazed how many times you hear his words in our modern language and people just don’t realize it. If you would like to take part in our next production please drop us a line;https://www.facebook.com/Sherris-Playhouse-1415103118746094/  
Just to get you in the mood for our radio theater here is;  My radio play Cat’s Pajamas https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jjTbxYwWv1A was tops on Twitter in the last week 🙂
This week on Chatting With Sherri we welcome back Highlander Star, author and film maker; Elizabeth Gracen! http://tobtr.com/10318049
Also this week on Chatting With Sherri we welcome author Michael Okon on 10/12/2017  at 11ampt  http://www.blogtalkradio.com/rithebard/2017/10/12/chatting-with-sherri
 
 On Chatting With Sherri we welcomed back playwright and actor; Everett Robert! We talked to Everett about theater, writing, Shakespeare and the new shows coming up on Sherri’s Playhouse; .
Chatting With Sherri welcomed back photographer Chris Loomis!  We chatted about inspiration, cartoons, creativity and his work with models and celebrities.  It was a lot of fun; http://www.blogtalkradio.com/rithebard/2017/10/04/chatting-with-sherri-welcomes-back-photographer-chris-loomis
Tops in Entertainment Ian L Sitren last week 🙂


 Ian L. Sitren, Tanya Lemani and Cat’s Pajama’s tops on Twitter with 3,428 impressions over the last week

 
 
 

Love Comes In All Forms by Rithebard – Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries http://archiveofourown.org/works/5836417

The bomber has been stalking Wardlow while the family was settling down at Jack’s sisters place.

 

Privateers by Rithebard – Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysterieshttp://archiveofourown.org/works/12267027

For once if this story does not continue it is not my fault!

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