I’m back!

Hi everyone,

I’m back! After several days of frustration about being blocked from my own blog, I learned I had been logged out and all I had to do was log back in. Why, when, and how did the gremlins log me out? That’s their secret. But thanks to my web master Kathy Temean for figuring out the problem and getting me back in the game and ready to post.

By now you already know that I’m into celebrating my 50th year as a published children’s author. Thanks again to Jennifer Moore who interviewed me on KSMU Radio. I posted the link to that one on Facebook.https://www.ksmu.org/post/childrens-author-david-harrison-recalls-rejection-triumphs-his-50-year-writing-career?fbclid=IwAR0l3MrUnpxlVsVAngmti22_5XSPB9sOW0hN78kVsD8qwhKd1RDpvqMYzt8#stream/0

And after that I was featured on the blog of Christal Rice Cooper. I also posted that link on Facebook but if you missed it in the confusion, here it is again. https://chrisricecooper.blogspot.com/2019/08/120-backstory-of-poem-horse-fly-grade.html

Other nice things are in the works and I’m grateful for each of them. If you grow weary of hearing about my celebration, forgive me. It won’t happen again for another half century so please bear with me.

10 comments on “I’m back!

  1. Keep beaming and smiling, David! Let your baby blues bow. Much easier on the back. Does wonders for the spirit and soul too. 50 years cannot be rushed. Bask in every moment. We are smiling and clapping. Congratulations!

    • Thank you, dear Cory. I’m happy that our paths crossed back in 2011 and that we’ve journeyed along together since then. Here’s to more adventures in the future!

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