Rhonda R Fletcher

Blogger, Critic, Traveler, Writer, Editor, Scriptwriter

United States

A multi-faceted creative professional that cultivates a passion for writing, research, teaching, filmmaking, and life.

With a strong science and health background-peppered in film and photography and 17 years of experience writing all manner of content and copy: from scriptwriting and non-profit grants, academic papers & proposals to advocacy and opinion pieces as well as fun-in-the-sun food and travel, I strive to create-engaging copy with a positive tone.

Currently a member of Stage 32 and The Author's Guild, I have served as an International Film Festival Judge for WFA & BAFF. Lover of old Hollywood films and Susanna De Simone Mugs.

Crush Wine Experiences
Wine-Tasting Etiquette: How to Avoid Basic Mistakes

Drinking your favorite wine with friends or co-workers can be one of life's great pleasures. But for those unfamiliar with wine and wine-tasting etiquette, it can be daunting. As with many social experiences, there is a certain basic etiquette to wine tasting. But once mastered, it is appropriate for any vino and vintage.

Crush Wine Experiences
Wine Glasses: Does it Matter Which Glass You Choose?

It's all about taste. Honestly, you can drink wine from whatever you want: wine glass, coffee cup or stainless steel tumbler. However, following proper wine etiquette, including glass choice, is more about enjoying a great-tasting wine than following crazy rules. Ultimately, using the correct glass improves the taste of wine and makes for a better wine experience.

Crush Wine Experiences
High Altitude Wines: What Are They and Why Are They So Good

In recent years, winemakers have celebrated the fresh and complex wines created at high altitudes. But established vintners point to Listrac, or the Left Bank of Bordeaux's Médoc, which produces Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. These are two of the lowest-lying wine regions in the world. So, does elevation really make a difference?

RentByOwner Journal
An Insider Look at the Regions of Italy - R.R. Fletcher

Italy is a European country that has strongly influenced the development of Western culture. Located along the eastern Mediterranean Sea, its outline resembles a 'boot.' There are 20 regions of Italy, all with distinct histories, flavors, customs, and local dialects. 5 of these are independent regions in Italy with unique administrative status.

Christmas Market Guides
The 11 Best Christmas Markets in Alabama You Can't Miss

FYI - this post may contain affiliate links, which means we earn a commission at no extra cost to you if you purchase from them. Also, as an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. Check out our Privacy Policy and Disclosure for more info. Looking for the best Christmas markets in Alabama?

Beachnest Vacation Rentals
Where To Go Wine Tasting Near Santa Cruz

The Santa Cruz region shines for wine lovers. The Santa Cruz Mountains AVA sits south of San Jose, California, nestled between Big Basin Redwoods State Park and the Soquel Demonstration State Forest. This large appellation holds over 350,000 acres, comprised of mountainous areas with high elevation, ocean influence, and varied microclimates on the northwest California Coast.

Coastal Confessions | Sustainable Travel
Best Bars in Chattanooga, Tennessee | Coastal Confessions | Sustainable Travel

Chattanooga is Tennessee's best-kept secret. Known unofficially as "Gig City, " owing to claims that it has the fastest internet service in the Western Hemisphere, it sits in the Appalachian Mountain foothills along the Georgia border. "Chatt City" is exciting, with plenty to see and do during the day, from a trip up Lookout Mountain via the incline railway to bicycling around St Elmos.

Coastal Confessions | Sustainable Travel
Best RV Spots Near Houston | Coastal Confessions | Sustainable Travel

Spontaneity is the spice of life. But once you've decided to get away from the groceries and back lawn, choosing your destination for fresh air may be just as time-consuming. Texas is perfect for road trips, and Houston as a starting point offers numerous choices from scenic forested areas to large lakes perfect for weekend getaways.

Coastal Confessions | Sustainable Travel
Best Oregon RV Campgrounds with Horses | Coastal Confessions | Sustainable Travel

The Oregon coastline is the perfect getaway destination, whether catering to tent campers, hikers, or RVs. Adventurers from all over the world come to this stretch of coastal waters searching for majestic views, surfing, hiking, boating, fishing, and some of the best Oregon RV campgrounds with horses. 1.

Coastal Confessions | Sustainable Travel
4 Scenic Drives Near Austin | Coastal Confessions | Sustainable Travel

Whether an Austinite or just visiting, you will want to experience the splendor that is Central Texas. Whatever direction you choose, there is a fantastic road trip to be found.Whether you have a couple of hours or a long weekend, you may choose from arid deserts or snow-capped mountains.

The 20 Greatest Jack Lemmon Roles, Ranked

If anyone deserves to be called a Hollywood legend, it's Jack Lemmon. John Uhler Lemmon III was born on February 8, 1925, in Newton, Massachusetts, to Irish Catholic parents. During World War II, Lemmon served as an ensign on the Naval aircraft carrier USS Lake Champlain - it was only after the war ended and he graduated from Harvard in 1947 that his acting career began.

Coastal Confessions | Sustainable Travel
The History of Gumbo | Coastal Confessions | Sustainable Travel

In Loui siana, Gumbo is King. Although the history of gumbo and its ingredients varies, for the faithful, a steaming bowl of aromatic gumbo is one of life's true pleasures. Gumbo is an example of the melting pot that is Louisiana cooking.

Coastal Confessions | Sustainable Travel
Guinness Beer and St. Patricks Day | Coastal Confessions | Sustainable Travel

Guinness Beer and St. Patricks Day. Each year, this mid-Lenten holiday honors the patron saint of Ireland through drinking and feasting. St. Patrick's Day, initially a day to celebrate the life of the patron saint of Ireland, has evolved into one of the most celebrated beer-drinking days of the year.

Travel, Food & Fun

Google Docs
Shark Teeth Hunting in South Carolina

Whether for a day or the week, Myrtle Beach offers the perfect beach getaway alternative to the beaches of Florida. On your next beach vacation, try hunting shark teeth for a few hours off the coast of South Carolina. Myrtle Beach is a perfect place to look for seashells, but it is also a hidden...

Private Client
Best Fishing of Marathon Key

Marathon is the central city in a 10-mile 13 island community located in the middle of the 120 miles long Florida Keys island chain, which ends on Key West.


The 20 Best Psychological Horror Movies Ranked

Horror films allow us to examine universal fears such as death, disease, or war in a relatively safe environment where we can shift the blame to definable external evils beyond our control. But psychological horror is different.

Dead Talk News
Ghost in a Shell: A Franchise Overview

Award-winning, Japanese director Mamoru Oshii and prolific screenwriter Kazunori Itô joined forces to adapt Shirow Masamune's stunning award-winning cyber-tech Manga anime that sparked a multi-decade franchise.

Dead Talk News
The Long Night (2022): A Review

The popularity of the zombie as a titular creature in horror did not rise in popularity until after George Romero's creation. It is to him that we owe the universe of zombies enjoyed today.

Dead Talk News
ANNA (2014): A Review

As a longtime assistant director and creator of documentaries, Spanish filmmaker Jorge Dorado makes his feature-length debut with this neo-noir, psychological drama by story writer Martha Holmes and first-time feature screenwriter Guy Homes.

Dead Talk News
Anna (2021): A Review

Anna (2021): A Review "Anna" is a dark, atmospheric series with a young cast drawing together to impart surprisingly powerful performances.

Dead Talk News
Red Snow (2021): A Review

Red Snow (2021): A Review "Red Snow" is an off-beat thriller romance tale of an ill-fated writer who is naively obsessed with vampires.

Product Review, Technical and Science

Breast Cancer & Advocacy

Podcast & Audio Reel

Health, Medicine & eLearning

Politics & News

BizPac Review
Author's Page

Journalism - multiple articles

Author's Pages & Bylines

Stage 32
Rhonda R Fletcher - Rhonda's Bio, Credits, Awards, and more.

About Rhonda Rhonda is Creative Executive at Burnt Oranges, a collaborative media company specializing in documentary films, in Austin, Texas. A developing screenwriter, Rhonda believes there is never just one story to tell and looks for the "unique," the "why" in everything.