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 5/31/18 at 11am pt; http://tobtr.com/10790035
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; http://tobtr.com/10780229
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; http://tobtr.com/10779241
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; http://tobtr.com/10768727
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; http://authorpage.com/books/127
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;
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.