Recent Reviews for Phillip E Hardy
Once Upon A Time in LA Screenplay Excerpt (Short Story) - 2/11/2014 6:41:39 AM|
I looked it up, and there are only two other references to that title. I was worried that it had been used before. I can see all the references to current situations that people would be interested in. I believe the murder fits in later as well.
Reminded me of the wonderful weekends I spent in Santa Cruz and the time I rented a motel room for six dollars in Venice… Those were the days.
I can see why you won an award. The plot thickens…
Wall Falls Part Two (Short Story) - 12/3/2011 5:16:46 AM
Deadwood, Ten Years Later (Article) - 9/18/2014 6:54:02 AM
While I've never bought a DVD for entertainment, only computer software, I may reconsider. While I always enjoyed the gritty shows offered on cable whenever I got to see it at other peoples' homes. I particularly like the sexual freedom cable offered that now seems to be tied up by censorship and pay-per-view. I never could afford to spend a lot of money on entertainment and still don't.
Watching No Country for Old Men and Breaking Bad has got me addicted on watching on-demand programs from competing cable shows that are getting quite good. I've been watching Hell on Wheels and I think it may be quite close to what Deadwood was all about like Klondike. While I always thought zombie shows were for the cheap date scene, I picked up on The Walking Dead and find myself fascinated. Also The Bridge and The Last Ship are all getting my attention. Will have to catch up with Deadwood someday and that HBO series that I think was called, Circus. There's a lot out there to enjoy.
The Road (Poetry) - 7/18/2012 3:16:27 AM
Nice piece. i love it to the core of my bones. Great work!
What I Remember about Frank (Poetry) - 7/8/2012 7:57:41 AM
Reminds me my Uncle Don, near blind from macro degeneration and deaf from a tin ear, but still full of anticipation at 100 years of age.
A wonderful tribute to an ordinary man with extraordinary reach.
What I Remember about Frank (Poetry) - 7/8/2012 5:28:59 AM
how lucky his family to have your lovely healing words...they'll remember for all time...nice philip
A Soldier's Tale (Poetry) - 12/4/2007 5:20:03 PM
A very poignant tale and more true than many realize....
The Road (Poetry) - 3/10/2006 1:00:35 PM
Great job! Message could not be more important, and you have
used rhythm and other poetic elements to make it ring clear.
Good onya! 'Pea' <3 :) <3