Sherri’s Playhouse presented the radio play; Dimness : http://tobtr.com/11788126 ! This was a combned show with the interview, it went very well to some excellent reviews. I am reprising it with just the play, it is very short but people might like that fact; on 9/10/20 at 7pm pt; http://tobtr.com/11807122
I am sorry about all the delays on Sherri’s Playhouse, they are due to the pandemic and sickness, (not covid but something debilitating.) We will be back we have a bunch of great stuff in store for you, so hold on to your hats!
Yesterday was the 25th anniversary of one my favorite shows. Thank you to the creators, writers, directors, actors, cinematographers, make up and hair, stunt people and every single person that created this gem. Know that your appreciate and loved. Speaking of that;
On Sept 8th at 1pm pacific time I’m delighted to present this amazingly fun chat with Mary D Brooks about Xena; Their Courage Changed Our World ; http://tobtr.com/11803506 ! Mary and I met at Xena Convention many years ago, we both had a book signing, It was my very first one and I was nervous, I sat next to Mary who put me right at ease joking and chatting with me and the authors and the people asking to have us sign our books. It was one of those special moments that forged a lifetime freindship. That is what this book is all about, how the show touched the fans. There are people in it who took part in the show like Steven L Sears who wrote in the book but he is writing about us fans too. This show changed many lives for the better, through friendship, charity and inspiration. And really isn’t that what art is all about?
Chatting With Sherri welcomed back best selling author; David Farland, we talked about his latest books, judging WOTF and the changes because of the pandemic and how life is treating of him late : http://tobtr.com/11786048
Chatting With Sherri welcomed back photographer; Ian L. Sitren we had a great time chatting about his work for the Palm Springs Air and Space Museum, and his film career to his newest project on the Yiddish theater. Of course the pandemic has effected him as everyone he can’t move around the world like he is used, but he is trying to a figure a way to bring his inspirations to life ; http://tobtr.com/11788122
Chatting With Sherri welcomed back Screenwriter/Producer/Author Brooks Wachtel! I always have a great time chatting with Brooks, he is so smart and he knows about almost every film I love. Including the classic The Time Machine with the great Rod Taylor. I love his stories, that is why I can’t wait for the next part of Lady Sherlock; http://tobtr.com/11788124
Chatting With Sherri welcomed actor, scenic designer & production electrician and Foreman; of the Disney electrical Dept; Pat Osos he was delightful with all kinds of behind the scenes stores we actully have a hero in common you have to listen to find out who it is; http://tobtr.com/11792143
Chatting With Sherri welcomes Writers of the Future winner; Ms. F.J. Bergmann! We talked about books and writing and why she entered the contest and what it means to her; http://tobtr.com/11800590
Ivy visits James at the police station.
Ivy helps Phryne and Jack solve the murder, (though Jack is not happy about it.)
Ivy’s first birthday
The Woman on the Orient Express by Lindsay Jayne Ashford
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I didn’t read the previews, I had no idea what it was about except it was Agatha Christie on the Orient Express. So as a lover of Agatha Christie I had to read it. I really enjoyed it, I loved how she wove her real life with this fictional account. The results of reading it, I picked up one of the books inspired in real life to her trip to the dig site. My only critique is that the dates are wildly off on one of the real life people, I won’t tell who because it will spoil the plot, but he is revealed at the end of the book.
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