There are some major Female Actors missing from this list.
I know who my choices are for the missing. Also, there are definitely two names on this list who do not belong. It is a debatable issue I firmly had with my partner. We did not agree on the exclusion of one of my choices to remove. But did agree on some of the Actors who are too obviously missing. If you have a comment to make about who was wronged. Make a List of your own choices for Top 10 Era Defining Actresses. Eliminate and add the Actors you feel belong. I will reveal in a comment what my list would be at a later date. Don’t want to influence anyone who wants to comment.
Watch the Top 10 Era Defining Actresses of All Time. Wonder who will be number one? Is she deserving? Sit with it. You will then understand and realize she definitely is. I was surprised but I remember how magical her acting and persona were to me. Brilliant Choice for #1.
SPOILER ALERT!!! DO NOT READ COMPLETED LIST BELOW
IT REVEALS THOSE WHO MADE THE LIST IN THEIR ORDER!!!
Top 10 Era Defining Actresses of All Time
10. Betty Davis
9. Emma Thompson
8. Kate Winslet
7. Ingrid Bergman
6. Jodie Foster
5. Sandra Bullock
4. Katherine Hepburn
3. Julia Roberts
2. Meryl Streep
1. Audrey Hepburn
A Bizarre Display of Narcissistic Behavior…
I Watched Multiple Times and Engaged My Partner to Watch…
Is It Funny or Just Cringe Worthy [as she stated] but Has Some Entertainment Value…
Would Love to Hear Feedback…
Feels Like Watching an Accident…
Does Anyone Get Hurt or Made Uncomfortable but the Guests…
Don’t Be Afraid to Take the Plunge…
A Lesson May Be Gleaned from the Performance…
— jk the secret keeper
Dinner Party – Andrew DeYoung
stream | fiction | collect | act | key
Weekly Writing Prompt #5
Week of 5th October 2015
Books In Time – Anonymous
The Key Into Tomorrow
The key opens the magic door
Holding back the mysteries
Good and evil, dark and light
Soon all will be revealed
Be who you are inside
Who you want to be outside
If you act the part in time
It may make the fantasies real
Stream flowing consciousness
Words transform the page
Hidden truths revealed to light
Recorded from the dark of night
The story needing to be told
Comes flooding out of reality
Translating in our minds a fantasy
Imagination transforming fiction
Collecting dreams forgotten
Feeding on lost memories
Forcing them to be strangers
As times past grow into tomorrow
© jk 2015
Calvin & Hobbes
Exploring Calvin & Hobbes
by Bill Watterson & Jenny Robb
Haiku Weekly Challenge #65
Words: Harp & Clear
Lyre Player by Daniel F. Gerhartz
THE SOUND AWAKENED
Forces in nature
Touched the curved neck of the harp
Clearly held passion
© jk 2015
Ronovan’s Weekly Haiku Challenge #65 – Words: Harp & Clear
A weekly Haiku writing prompt to inspire those who join along. It is like putting together a word puzzle carefully. It is enlightening. Meet new people. Discover a community who shares support. At the end of each challenge we hear from Ronovan on his interpretation of how we all succeed. Sometimes it’s a review with words of support and sometimes it’s a list of all the participants with LINKS to their Haiku. Oh, it is an awakening experience to read what others have created with the two words for each new weekly challenge. If you feel such inspiration. Go to the LINK Ronovan Writes Haiku (above)… Join a growing community. It is exciting to look forward each Monday to the two new words and then figuring out how to mold them into a Haiku. – jk-tsk
Virginia Woolf’s Nine Tips on How To Read a Book
“Perhaps the quickest way to understand the elements of what a novelist is doing is not to read, but to write; to make your own experiment with the dangers and difficulties with words.
To exercise the imagination is itself a special skill.
To read a novel is a difficult and complex art. You must be capable not only of great fineness of perception, but of great boldness of imagination if you are going to make use of all that the novelist — the great artist — gives you.”
STREAM | FICTION | COLLECT | ACT | KEY
Free Verse – No Limits
Haiku (5 – 7 – 5)
Tanka (5 – 7 – 5 – 7 – 7)
Shadorma (3 – 5 – 3 – 3 – 7 – 5)
six lines – no rhymes – multiple stanzas if desired – just follow meter
Flash Fiction (1,500 – 1,000 – 500 – 300 words)
Immediate Fiction – Sudden Fiction (500–750 words)
Microfiction (400 words)
Any Genre: Sci-Fi – Fantasy – Horror – Literary
TIPS FOR FLASH FICTION
***You only have room for one main character, so choose her well.
***You only have room for one scene, so choose it well.
***You only have room for a single plot.
***You only have room for a single, simple theme
***Get to the main conflict of the scene in the first sentence.
***“Show” anything related to the main conflict.
***“Tell” the backstory; don’t “show” it.
***Save the twist until the end.
***Eliminate all but the essential words.
Go against these rules any time.
They’re not really rules. They’re tips.