“Sherwood told the BBC she hoped to modernise and expand the Bond canon with a “feminist perspective”. She promised an “ensemble cast of heroes who we can all identify with”
Yesterday I learned a woman was officially chosen to pull Bond’s sword out of the stone. Over three years ago I set out to make Rena Easton the – NEW BOND! I turned her into a lesbian to strike at Putin and his goons who were whipping Pussy Riot. I can un-lesbianize her – if I choose. The question is, have been watched – all this time – by Fleming’s Heirs, and the Broccoli Bunch? I did register on their official site, they bidding all those who wish to author a Bond book, to LET THEM KNOW. Apparently Kim Sherwood – did just that – and she got the nod. Was it her want to give a “feminist’ perspective” but, not go so far as to have Victoria Bond and her bodyguard make passionate love in the copy room? That could be messy. Sherwood appears to be – CLEAN! Was she chosen because she has NO BAGGAGE like I do – and my mother – who was an executive secretary that held a typing record, and would know “modernise” is spelled wrong.
The news that a woman was chosen to GIVE IT A GO and author a trinity, is THE FLOP in a game of Texas Hold Em. Broccolli and others are waiting to see my call, so then can read me – MY TELL! My critique will be taken seriously, and Kimberly Sherwood – will be adjusted! I think I know their game!
The Royal Janitor
Victoria and Miriam had to accept the truth they had become jaded. Their love for one another was the Talk of Spy Town. They needed a Front Woman, someone that can play it strait. They set up some interviews that went around The Wizard.
“Who’s next?” asked Victoria.
“Let’s see. We got….Gimberly Sherewood, the Jewess who is fixated on Liz Taylor’s role in Ivanhoe. She has mixed Davidic Zionism with Arthurian Legend to create this false narrative about a group of Holocaust Survivors taking over the New York Art Scene – because they know – SUFFERING!” offered Starfish.
“Did she read The Alibastar Jar by Margaret Starbird?”
“How did you know? You are getting good at this!”
James Bond: Kim Sherwood to write trilogy as first female 007 author …5 November 2021Updated 9 hours ago
Daniel Craig with No Time to Die co-stars Lashana Lynch and Lea Seydoux…Author Kim Sherwood is to write a new trilogy of James Bond books, becoming the first female author in the series of spy novels created by Ian Fleming. The opening instalment, set for release in September 2022, features a world where Bond is missing and will instead focus on a new generation of 00 agents. Sherwood told the BBC she hoped to modernise and expand the Bond canon with a “feminist perspective”. She promised an “ensemble cast of heroes who we can all identify with”. Her partnership with Ian Fleming Publications comes as the book franchise – which is the basis of the hugely successful film series – aims to reflect shifting attitudes to representation.Sherwood, an award-winner for her 2018 novel Testament, told BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour that Bond has “remained an evergreen symbol for Britain because he can change with us”.The London-born writer said she would, however, look to the depth of the world in Fleming’s original books for character inspiration.James Bond’s mission to survive in the #MeToo age”We’ve always followed 007 before, but there are many other spies who you occasionally hear of in the background of Ian Fleming’s novels”, she explained.”And that gives me this incredible range to be able to have a whole group of heroes on missions around the world… that’s been really exciting for me as a writer”.Sherwood, 32, also confirmed that “old favourites” including Bond’s trusted secretary Ms Moneypenny and spy boss M, will return in the trilogy.’Incredible thrill’Speaking to host Anita Rani, she said it was a “life-long dream come true” to be given the opportunity to write a Bond novel.Her work will add to the 40 officially-licenced James Bond books authored by six writers, including Sebastian Faulks, Kingsley Amis and Anthony Horowitz, since 1953.Ian Fleming wrote the original James Bond novels that inspired the film franchise…She said that while it was an honour to put her name alongside such male contemporaries, she was most looking forward to joining an “incredible continuation line” of women who have helped bring Bond’s world to life.The first Bond film, Dr No, as well as From Russia with Love, were both co-written by Johanna Harwood. The Moneypenny Diaries, considered an official Bond literary spin-off, was co-written by Samantha Weinberg.Sherwood said she aims to reflect the “complexity and rounded characters of the women in the books” that she feels has sometimes “been overlooked” in the films.In recognition of this, the Bond film franchise recently turned to Fleabag creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge to freshen the gender dynamics in the script for No Time to Die – Daniel Craig’s long-delayed final outing as James Bond released in September.It’s a journey Sherwood plans to continue with her contribution to the literary Bond universe.”I want to bring a feminist perspective to the canon, as a young woman writer,” she said. “I want to honour what’s come before, but also create something new and create a space for all of us to be heroes”.”We’re in we’re in a very different world now to Fleming’s novels. And in some ways the world Fleming was writing about didn’t exist. He was writing about this luxurious, materialistic world where Britain had major significance on the international stage… during changes in Britain’s imperialism.”Bond has always been a fantasy, but it’s a fantasy that can reflect us and shape us and I’m so excited to get to be part of that for a contemporary world,” she added.