FOR LOVE OF HANNAH, NOW THE SNATCHER, OR TO CATCH A DREAM, I HAVEN’T DECIDED WHICH, THE GARDEN IS IN, TOMATOES ARE GROWING, AND THE GREEN BEANS HAVE LOTS OF FLOWERS, LEAVES ARE FALLING AND SOME HAVE TURNED TO RED AND YELLOW

I have reviewed FOR LOVE OF HANNAH line by line six times and then went over the manuscript with three editing programs and repeated the process.  I feel I have done the best I can do to eliminate any error in this book.  Anyway, I pray I found them all.  I know all the weird little mistakes I make and found most of them, if not all.  I now declare FOR LOVE OF HANNAH finished.  On to the next novel.

I have several stories involving ghosts that I plan on writing, but for now, the next book will probably be TO CATCH A DREAM.  That story has been waiting for numerous years to be completed.  I have 65,000 words written, and a completed outline, so the logical thing to do would be to work on that novel.  It really shouldn’t take me long to write the rest of the story, no more than a month and a half at the most.  The writing is easy, it’s the editing that takes forever. 

In between editing Hannah, I have been working on the outline for THE SNATCHER, the next book in the Jonas Black series. The storyline is coming along great.  I have all my new characters listed and now have to do a background on each.  The old crew I knew well.  I wanted to write three books this year and will still give it my best try.  I’ll let you know which one I work on next.

LAST YEAR’S GARDEN

Well, my niece’s garden is doing well.  The tomato plants are huge and the green beans have a lot of flowers.  I don’t know if any beans are on the vines as yet.  I know last year I helped string green beans until my fingers were sore.  She also planted a bunch of hot pepper plants and had already picked a bunch.  She likes spicy hot food.  Not me.  

We are heading fast for fall.  Here in Ohio where I live, I’ve noticed a lot of leaves on the ground lately.  Some have been red and a lot are yellow.  No rain can’t be to blame because we’ve had plenty this year.  My sister in Kentucky says the wooly worms are fat, which means a hard winter.  I hope not, but only Mother Nature knows for certain.

Well, I need to say good night for now.  Everyone have a great Sunday and a fantastic week.  Stay safe and remember, NEVER GIVE UP, NEVER SURRENDER.

Dreamah

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