Rhonda Shear

14 Nov 18
Film Declassified

Before starting to use this platform for its intended purpose, I thought it prudent to explain its purpose first; as a Masters graduate in Media Communications with an educational background firmly routed in Film, I wanted somewhere to act as a sort of portfolio or archive of journalistic work and general reviews for both my […]

14 Nov 18
A Novel Journey

I’ve been spending November in Birch Haven, MN. And it’s in the dead of winter there. Never heard of Birch Haven? There’s a very good reason for that. It’s fictional. November is National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), where literally millions of people commit to writing 50,000 words of a novel in 30 days. I’m happy […]

12 Nov 18

. . . . . . Malvina Sarah Black Waring (12 nov 1842 – 1930 | Newberry SC – Platteville WI) serial novelist Cornelia Porter Dwight (12 nov 1846 – 31 mar 1941 | Constantinople, Istanbul – Boston MA) teacher, missionary Anne Parrish (12 nov 1888 – 05 sep 1957 | Colorado Springs CO – Danbury CT) novelist, […]

07 Nov 18
The Scariest Things

★★★3/4 out of ★★★★★
What if Rhonda Shear or Joe Bob Briggs were harbingers of the apocalypse…?

06 Nov 18
Saskatoon StarPhoenix

The Public Complaints Commission concluded a Saskatoon police officer had no cause to search the basement suite of Rhonda Beaudin’s house without a warrant and should not have been discourteous and intimidating while there. She is now asking the Saskatoon Police Service for an apology.

31 Oct 18
A Novel Journey

November is shaping up to be a busy month in my writing life. And I couldn’t be more thrilled. There’s something about fall (and November is still fall, although late stages) and the  holidays that follow, that brings renewed energy and enthusiasm. And when anything having to do with writing gets thrown in the mix…well, […]

17 Oct 18
A Novel Journey

I’m back after a week off. Not “off,” really, but last week all of my spare time went into getting my manuscript, Shear Murder, book four in the Melanie Hogan mystery series, finished and off to the editor. And now for this week’s post… Whether you call it “Fall” or “Autumn,” the message is the […]

17 Oct 18
Complex Distractions

Colin Nance is a passionate guy. He’s passionate about the music he makes in his solo venture Softaware, as well as the sleazy synth duo Harglow he started with fellow music dude and longtime bud Eric Gorman. He’s also passionate about Halloween. That time of the year when we romanticize the macabre, and the dying […]

12 Oct 18
No Strings Attached: Laila Yuile on people, politics and life in B.C.

As we head into another weekend, the Old Fort Slide continues to move and create new & worrisome cracks. It has now entered the river channel, and an evacuation order was issued to include the islands in the river downstream of Site C. “The main slide has already impacted one of the islands and recent […]

24 Sep 18
NYC Moda Boutique

Rhonda Shear Pin-Up Lace Camisole Building a flattering ensemble can be a painstaking process when you don’t have the right base layers. Rhonda Shear brings her cult favorite camisole back, but with better trimmings: lace. This Camisole still has all the features you love about the design: microfiber, built-in bra features and medium support elements. […]

24 Sep 18

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20 Sep 18
Live the 5 Star Life

Twisted Silver repurposed fashion jewelry was one of my Fav’s The Beauty Kitchen by Heather Mariana, Green HoriZen CBD   West Hollywood — On Thursday, September 13, 2018, at the Fig & Olive — Doris Bergman’s Ninth Annual Style Lounge and Party was the first notable event to kickoff the festivities this year for the #Emmys2018. VIP Sponsor Porto Vino-Portable […]