Yesterday was a fun day.  I got up at 6:30, drank a cup of coffee while playing Words with Friends with my daughter, Lisa.  By 7:30 I was awake enough to function, so I headed for my home office.

I thought I had finished editing Dreams Are Forever last weekend, but something held me back, just wouldn’t let me submit it to my editor/publisher.  I’m so glad, because when I got into it again yesterday, I found several things I needed to change.  Not so much correcting errors but more just changing a word here and there to make it read more smoothly.  I worked until 11:30, then got dressed and headed to the ball park.

My grandson Wyatt had a baseball game at 12:30.  Beautiful, sunshiny day, temps in the 60’s, but OMG the wind.  I swear it was gale force winds.  Even with blankets over our jackets, it felt like 40 below zero.  We won, 4-2 with Wyatt scoring one of the runs. Yay!!  After a bite to eat it was back to the computer.

I worked until 7:15 last night, and finally, I am completely satisfied with the book.  I will be submitting it today. Dreams Are Forever is one step closer to being on the shelves.

I love writing, and I love watching my grandson play baseball.  Getting to do both on the same day makes for a really wonderful Saturday.  Hope yours was as enjoyable as mine.

DREAMS ARE FOREVER, coming soon.


Published by Elsie Varn Harrell

When Elsie decided to try her hand at writing a novel, Fire Light Fire Bright was born followed by Dreams Never Lie -which quickly became her publisher’s first Best-Selling Series. The Color of Thunder was published right between Dreams are Forever and Shattered Dreams. Elsie was born in Brooksville, Florida. Some of her fondest memories were swimming at Pine Island in the nearby Gulf of Mexico. Weeki Wachee Springs is where she learned to swim. In the early 1980’s, Elsie and her three children, Katie, Lisa G. and Jes moved to Texas. Shortly after moving to North Central Texas, Elsie met her husband Ronnie on a blind date and after a whirlwind courtship, they married in April 1987. After 34 years, they're still going strong.

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