Christmas!  As the old song says, it’s the most wonderful time of the year.  But also the busiest time of the year.

I apologize for not posting a blog lately, but between Thanksgiving and Christmas, most of us are running full steam ahead.  I saved vacation time this year and am off till Monday the 16th.  We are packing up and going camping for a few days.  I love the state Parks here in Texas, and even though the forecast is for pretty cool weather, sitting around a campfire drinking coffee is one of my favorite things.

I hope all of my readers are having a happy and stress free holiday season.  I’m trying to get rid of the stress in my life and chillax more.  Chillax, I love that word and that is my goal for 2019.

Oh, don’t worry, I’m still writing, but that’s not stressful. That relaxes me.  As a teaser, let me tell you that I’m now working on two new books.  Shattered Dreams, the third in the Dreams Never Lie series, and a totally different type book for me, The Color of Thunder.  More about it later.

Okay, that’s all for now, I’ve got to finish laundry and get packed.  Heading for the woods tomorrow.  Yay!

I do want to take this opportunity to wish all of you the happiest of holiday seasons.  Please slow down, get rid of your stress, chillax,  and have a merry Christmas and a happy new year.Click to Shop


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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