I will be appearing at Condor this weekend, if you’re in San Diego stop by and say hi 🙂 CONDOR CON: FEB 22-24 2019; THE LONGEST RUNNING FANTASY & SCIENCE FICTION CONVENTION IN SAN DIEGO; https://www.condorcon.org/speaker/sherri-rabinowitiz/
Chatting With Sherri welcomes back award-winning film-maker; Tom Konkle on 2/26/19 at 1pm pt; http://www.blogtalkradio.com/rithebard/2019/02/26/chatting-with-sherri-welcomes-back-award-winning-film-maker-tom-konkle
Chatting With Sherri welcomed back award-winning author; Lee Murray today, we had so much fun, talking about old movies, writing, her newest novel and helping others, listen in; http://www.blogtalkradio.com/rithebard/2019/02/19/chatting-with-sherri-welcomes-back-award-winning-author-lee-murray
Chatting With Sherri welcomes back author and playwright; Gregg Oppenheimer, we chatted about the play performing for the Actor Fund on Desi’s birthday March 2nd! It’s a wonderful play for a great cause we also talked about the show, his dad, writing and how he feels about directing it, listen in; http://www.blogtalkradio.com/rithebard/2019/02/12/chatting-with-sherri-welcomes-back-author-and-playwright-gregg-oppenheimer …
Chatting With Sherri we welcome back TV director TJ Scott, we chatted about all his many different works, the man never stops! He has three photography books and he directed, Star Trek Discovery, Directing and Executive Producing Departure with Christopher Plummer (one of my all time favorite actors,) he directed, Frontier starring Jason Momoa and Vwars! He is fun and interesting, and except for my cold I had a great time; http://www.blogtalkradio.com/rithebard/2019/02/09/chatting-with-sherri-welcomes-back-tv-director-tj-scott
Chatting With Sherri welcomed author and playwright, Mary D. Brooks, we caught up about Mabel of the Anzacs radio play part two and her upcoming novella “Enemy at the Gate,” “Xena: Their Courage Changed Our World” and her upcoming book “Blood Ties.” ; http://www.blogtalkradio.com/rithebard/2019/02/03/chatting-with-sherri-welcomes-back-with-author-and-playwright-mary-d-brooks
We welcomed back the amazing Emmy Winning Producer/Writer/Author Brooks Wachtel! We chatted about his new book, his wonderful current book and his film career. He told me about the way he started in the business, his wonderful work that won him an Emmy for animation. ; http://www.blogtalkradio.com/rithebard/2019/02/05/we-welcome-back-the-amazing-emmy-winning-producerwriterauthor-brooks-wachtel
I had a such a great time chatting with Australia actress/presenter; Kate Lister! We just chatted away about what she had been up to and about my move to a new flat; http://tobtr.com/11156965
Great Guests in my Birthday Month https://www.patreon.com/posts/great-guests-in-24565105?utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter&utm_campaign=postshare
The end of the series; Time Passes by Rithebard – Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries; The family has a party to celebrate the end of the case, and there is a whole lot to celebrate! https://archiveofourown.org/works/16514432/chapters/41682197
Five Little Pigs is one of my favorite stories. I first saw the David Suchet version on TV, and just fell in love with it because though it takes place in the 1930’s, the action of the piece takes place in one of my favorite eras the 1920’s. It is a fascinating look at how people see a catastrophic event differently.
There are differences of course between the book and the show. The name of daughter is different and several other little things, especially the way it ends but essentially it is the same story. I find how she has the same story again and again and again, 5 times really, and each is different because each person who tells it is different and see is in their own way.
I also find it fascinating how an open and closed case changes when you listen to the personal versions because you see things that of course the lawyers would never have even have thought to ask of each witness. And several incredibly important facts are not apart of the trial.
I won’t tell any more because I don’t want to give away the plot. But I can see why this was one of Agatha Christie’s favorites. Such a complex and intricate plot. Brilliant.
I do not have an accurate count of how many times I have read this wonderful romp. It is my go to book for a troubled heart. I really defy anyone who is down in the mouth, to read one of the short stories in this and not to be touched or smiling at the antics of Tuppence and Tommy. One of my favorites.