• 13th Annual Widows & Orphans Golf Tournament, Indio Police Officers, John Rose Memorial 

    By Ruth on September 27, 2016
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    Those who know me well are aware of the fact that helping others is something to which I am firmly committed. In this past year, I have begun to make many lasting connections within the entertainment community, and most of the time, I am promoting works and reviewing works, interviewing actors, etc. Essentially, I am doing the work of an […]
  • Interview With Actor Preston Vanderslice 

    By Ruth on September 26, 2016
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    Once in awhile, there is a name that just embeds itself in my brain and I cannot seem to obliterate it. Interestingly enough, it just so happens that Preston Vanderslice is one of those names. Thankfully, he is more than just a memorable name as he is a noteworthy actor as well. I first noticed him in Love By Chance, and it seems […]
  • Interview With Actress Kristin Booth, “Signed, Sealed Delievered: Lost Without You”

    By Ruth on September 25, 2016
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    Over the past couple years as I have reached out to a vast range of diverse actors and actively supported their careers, there have been noteworthy moments that are forever cemented within my heart and mind. The first time an actor responded to me. The first time an actor commented on one of my reviews. Even the first time an actor left […]
  • Interview With Blogger Chandel Charles, “Alameda & Downing”

    By Ruth on September 24, 2016
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    With the myriad of choices in the world of TV and film, it’s all too easy to permit priceless gems to pass us by due to time constraints, lack of interest, and even sheer laziness (at times, that is true in my life). Thankfully, we have people who champion the causes of very special shows that may go undetected by the general […]
  • Interview With Alison Wandzura, “Van Helsing”

    By Ruth on September 24, 2016
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    When I moved back to Washington State, it was news to me that the Twilight saga that “everyone” was reading took place in the town of Forks, and the running joke was that was why I was moving back to the Pacific Northwest. I have made it a point to shun the vampire genre, but thankfully, I had already agreed to watch Van […]
  • Interview With Producer Hilary Prentice, “FlyGirls”

    By Ruth on September 21, 2016
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    Anyone who knows me is aware of the fact that I have an enchantment with strong women. I’m not sure why exactly, but maybe my background and the fact that I used to outwardly acquiesce so easily is part of the reason why I am fiercely supportive of women who follow their passions no matter the obstacles in their way. Add that […]
  • Interview With Actress Lucie Guest

    By Ruth on September 20, 2016
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    In the course of interviewing a wide variety of actors, I am consistently gratified when I “discover” a driven actress who can practically do it all. And in the case of Lucie Guest, I have stumbled upon a filmmaker who is so much more than “just an actress.” While I believe that every person in the business should never be labelled as “I’m just a…,” […]
  • Book Unleashed Release Day Book Blitz: “My Lord Ghost” by Meredith Bond

    By Ruth on September 19, 2016
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    Today, we are excited to announce the release of My Lord Ghost, book two of The Grace Sisters Trilogy.  Sweet, warm and alluring, My Lord Ghost is the new romantic novel by award winning author Meredith Bond that promises to captivate your heart. Buy now! My Lord Ghost is available on sale at Amazon, Barnes & Noble,  Kobo and Smashwords.  Also, read on and […]
  • Prism Book Tours: “Web of Deceit” by Catherine Lanham Guest Post & Giveaway  (ends 10/1) WW

    By Ruth on September 18, 2016
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    On Tour with Prism Book Tours. Web of Deceit by Catherine Lanigan Adult Historical Romance ebook, 462 pages June 4th 2016 by Cat Nolan Publishing A Passion she could not deny—A lie she could never escape— From the depths of a London slum, Amanda Granger created an illusion of wealth and breeding that became her passport into New York society. With […]
  • Interview With Writer Kirsten Hansen, “Chesapeake Shores”

    By Ruth on September 18, 2016
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    Being somewhat of a Hallmark “SuperFan,” I do tend to lend my categorical support in an immense way to their projects, and it just so happens that Chesapeake Shores, which is incidentally Hallmark’s currently most popular series, is a project about which I have no problem promoting. In fact, it is a joy and an honor to have the opportunity to advocate […]