Donna Sharp

18 Feb 19
GEMMA REVIEWS

Part Two of my 100 word reviews for 2018! Here are some films released last year from July summarised in plot and reaction in 100 words each: July Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again | This sequel sees the return of the beloved cast from Mamma Mia!, released in 2008, and revisits the character of […]

18 Feb 19
The Adventures of Little Donny

Donny didn’t want to give the speech. It was a loser speech.  Fifty-five miles couldn’t be more than maybe like a quarter of the entire border – who would be proud of that?  Worse yet, he was certain Ann would see, and even the secret service couldn’t protect him from her.  She had found a […]

17 Feb 19
Janice Seagraves, Author

    Blurb: Morgan isn’t expecting romance when she accompanies her friend for a week of skiing, but when she meets Jared all bets are off. Jared has secrets that he doesn’t mind sharing with a special lady, and he hopes Morgan is that special someone. When his past and present collide it’s worse than […]

17 Feb 19
Shining Jewels

Previous Chapter Evelyn Davis frown as she place the fourth book above her left hand. She observe the four books on her hand, two of them looks thicker than the other. Sighing, Evelyn lower her right hand and take a step back from the shelf. Her left hand pulsated as she adjusting her hand while […]

17 Feb 19
Donna's Reading Chair

Image courtesy My Subscription Addiction There is nothing more exciting than running out to my mail box and seeing a cardboard envelope with a book stuffed inside it!  Talk about seeing someone run back into a house, that’s me on book mail days! The book mail I got today is a psychological thriller from St. […]

17 Feb 19
Punk Noir Magazine

America may well be the official home of pulp and noir but the United Kingdom, long perceived as the land of tame Dame Agatha style cozies and stuck-up, Latin quoting police detectives, also has a grubby underbelly which has produced plenty of gritty crime writing. And there is a new wave of Brit Grit writers […]

16 Feb 19
popchartfreak

20. FRASIER (1993-2004) Spin-off of the long-running Cheers, Frasier also ran for 11 years and was record-award-winning, giving Kelsey Grammer the unique record of playing the same character for a record-breaking 20 years for a sitcom character. A huge fave of critics, the scriptwriting was sharp, smart and full of great one-liners. The cast was […]

16 Feb 19
popchartfreak

30. CHELMSFORD 123 (1988-90) Running for only 13 episodes over 2 series, this Channel 4/Hat Trick Productions Roman Empire Chelmsford-set historical sitcom is largely forgotten these days which is a huge shame. 123 AD is the year, and it was created by, and starred in, and written by Jimmy Mulville and Rory McGrath, a sort […]

16 Feb 19
GeekandGear.com

As its brazen American retitling suggests, the Italian LAST HOUSE ON THE BEACH does indeed follow in the sleazy and queasy footsteps of Wes Craven’s infamous 1972 shocker. And then some. With the Italian genre film factory decidedly on the downturn by this point, it’s a no-brainer that certain of their number would be more […]

16 Feb 19
SIERKSMA'S SEQUENCES

The police in New York City They chased a boy right through the park. In a case of mistaken identity They put a bullet through his heart. The Rolling Stones, Heartbreaker ____________________ MIMESIS MEDITATIONS 8   This is an essay in confronting Schnitzler’s Casanova as described in his novel Casanova’s Return to Venice, with Da […]

15 Feb 19
News Archives Uk

According to new research, learning genetics in schools can lead children to have preconceived ideas about different breeds. Scientists found that when racial language was removed from textbooks, teens were less likely to have racist views on the intelligence of different groups. Dr. Brian Donovan, project leader, said that the time had come for a […]

15 Feb 19
Commander Cookie Wolf

St. Valentine’s Day Massacre Friday, February 15 8:30pm – 2am. burlesque. 18+. Gen. Adm.: $20; Balcony Seating: $25; Main Floor Seating: $30. Featuring performances by: Aerialist Willow Wraith (Portland, OR) Honey Lawless & Gigi d’Flower Kitty Oaks & Leah Marie Dem Foxie Femmes Kiki La Chanteuse Tease Blossom Clara Bodacious Edwardina Ghost Mynx d’Meanor Lulu […]

15 Feb 19
Coffee With The Cat Lady

An interesting look about being single. I found this comment quite impressive.  When God puts you in a waiting time, it is a good time to prepare yourself to be the person you were meant to be. Time goes by so quickly, it is a shame to waste it.  Prepare yourself  now for your future […]

15 Feb 19
Fountain Pen Follies

I got a fun email last month — Donna Padua, working for Dryden Designs, a pen company that was new to me, said she’d like to send me one of their fountain pens if I’d agree to write a fair and honest review. I said sure, if they’d be okay with me doing something different: […]

15 Feb 19
Stories from the Museum Floor

LGBT+ History Month 2019 Peace, Reconciliation and Activism February is LGBT History Month, and 2019 marks its 15th year. This year’s theme is all about claiming our past, celebrating our present and creating our future. “It is crucial that the struggles and fights of others, to give us the lives we have today, are recognised. It […]