Posts tagged with ‘writer’

  • Interview With Author Robin Gunn, “Finding Father Christmas”

    By Ruth on November 10, 2016
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    Since I am a writer myself, I always have a special affinity for authors, and when those authors happen to have Hallmark movies premiering based on their books, I am even more enthralled. This weekend, Finding Father Christmas based on two books by author Robin Gunn, will air on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries. Recently, Robin agreed to answer a few questions concerning […]
  • Interview With Writer Sheryl J. Anderson, “Ties That Bind”

    By Ruth on August 24, 2016
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    Almost by accident, I happened upon a show last year on the UP network–their first scripted series Ties That Bind. I was a little bit behind, but once I got into it, I was impressed with the depth of writing, the acting, and the family-friendly way in which real world issues were examined. It wasn’t long before I realized the creative genius […]
  • Interview With Show Runner John Tinker, “Chesapeake Shores”

    By Ruth on August 13, 2016
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    If you are a regular or even sporadic Hallmark network viewer, you have more than likely heard of their new show airing this weekend (August 14) called Chesapeake Shores, based on the beloved book series of the same name by Sherryl Woods. The discussion of this show has sparked all sorts of impassioned discussions for several months now–some blissfully positive and some […]
  • Interview With Writer Gary Goldstein, “Summer in the City”

    By Ruth on August 13, 2016
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    It seems that in my undying quest to shed light on the industrious people behind the scenes, I have encountered a variety of writers, and Gary Goldstein is one of those abundantly adept talents with whom I have recently become acquainted (as in yesterday). I had no idea how many Hallmark films Gary had written, and just marveling at his credits was enough to […]
  • Interview With Screenwriter Mark Sanderson

    By Ruth on July 21, 2016
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    Almost by accident (I don’t believe things like this happen by chance, however), I discovered the screenwriter, Mark Sanderson, when I watched his Lifetime film Mother of All Lies. He noticed my review, and then I realized he had written quite a body of works. From that time, I have paid attention to what has been occupying his time, and I knew […]