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Chatting with Sherri

Chatting with Sherri


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Chatting With Sherri! Join Sherri as she chats with writers, actors and other artists about their work. A fun relaxing chat with all kinds of amazing exciting creative people. We also have a series shows under the umbrella of Sherri's Playhouse; where playwrights and actors get a chance to strut their stuff! The home of The Chatty Award for most live listens and downloads! Please FOLLOW, RATE, and REVIEW!

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Chatting With Sherri welcomes back award-nominated author; Greg Hickey! Our Dried Voices-In 2153, cancer was cured. In 2189, AIDS. And in 2235, the last members of the human race traveled to a far distant planet called Pearl to begin the next chapter of humanity. That novel was published in 2014 and was a finalist for Foreword Reviews' INDIES Science Fiction Book of the Year Award. The Friar's Lantern-An eccentric scientist tells you he can read your mind and offers to prove it in a high-stakes wager. A respected college professor exacts impassioned, heat-of-the-moment revenge on his wife's killer—a week after her death—and you're on the jury. Take a Turing test with a twist, discover how your future choices might influence the past, and try your luck at Three Card Monte. And while you weigh chance, superstition, destiny, intuition and logic in making your decisions, ask yourself: are you responsible for your actions at all? Choose wisely—if you can. Greg Hickey was born in Evanston, Illinois in 1985. After graduating from Pomona College in 2008, he played and coached baseball in Sweden and South Africa. He is now a forensic scientist, endurance athlete and award-winning writer. He lives in Chicago with his wife, Lindsay.
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Chatting With Sherri welcomes back author Sandra Bornstein! 100 Things to Do in Boulder Before You Die; Boulder is the ideal place to explore more than 100 miles of county trails, float above the valley in a hot air balloon, or learn... more

Chatting With Sherri welcomes back extremely talented author Lynne Constantine! The Senator's Wife; As D.C. philanthropist Sloane Chase returns to the world of White House dinners and political small talk, this time with her new husband,... more

Chatting With Sherri welcomes artist of fantasy fine-art photography and digital art; Madolyn Locke! Madolyn is an emerging artist working primarily in fantasy fine-art photography and digital art. Born and raised in Alabama, Madolyn has... more

Chatting With Sherri welcomes illustrator, concept artist, maquette sculptor; Alexander Gustafson! Growing up in the icy mountains of Vermont, Alexander enjoyed drawing, telling stories and playing Dungeons and Dragons to ward off... more

Sherri's Playhouse proudly presents Cyrano! The reimagined classic of Cyrano set during the Revolutionary War with a special guest star from history. The play is set in the Colonies with our French Allies including the great Cyrano. It is... more

Chatting With Sherri welcomes the cast of Cyrano! Cast interview for the new Sherri's Playhouse production of Cyrano written and edited by Everett Robert, directed by Raymond Brent and music composed by award winning composer;... more

Chatting With Sherri welcomes back author Mitzi Szereto! Her latest book; The Best New True Crime Stories: Unsolved Crimes & Mysteries;Unsolved crimes, unanswered questions. Crimes are meant to be solved. But what happens when... more

Chatting With Sherri welcomes back writer; Elaine Midcoh! Elaine Midcoh lives in Pembroke Pines, Florida. At age 8, she wrote to NASA asking to be an astronaut, but was rejected. Undeterred, she penned her first book which featured a... more

Colin (Xiaomeng) Zhang has always had a keen interest in art. However, science fiction movies captured his imagination, and he started to imitate scenes and characters he saw in those films. He attended the Academy of Art in San... more

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