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At 2:45pm on October 2, 2012,

Hey Natalie, I'm following your blog. When you get a chance visit and follow back if you find it interesting. Thanks. IF

At 5:43pm on September 9, 2012,

Hey there..! :)
I am new here..! I just stumbled upon your profile..! 
I would really appreciate it if you'd follow my blog @
P.S: Please do leave a link to your blog so I can follow you back :)
thanks <3

At 10:47am on September 7, 2012,
Pauline L. Hawkins


I'm now following your blog. My blog can be found at Thanks.



At 7:56pm on April 1, 2012, Carolyn Hockley said…

Thanks Nat! I'm calling you in about 20 mins :)

At 7:35am on November 26, 2011,
Felix Timothy

Hi Natalie,
  I want to humbly request you to review my new suspense-thriller Ionshaker. Below is what afew of those who read it had to say as well as the synopsis of the eBook. If you're interested please let me know as soon as you can. Thanks in advance.

Praise For Ionshaker

Nuclear-Powered Thriller - “IONSHAKER by Timothy Felix is a tense thriller from the start. I really enjoyed this read and have to say that it's a page turner throughout with characters that effortlessly pull you deeper into the web of IONSHAKER. If you love a fast paced thriller then this is one to buy. Hats of to Timothy Felix! Can't give too much away to potential wouldn't be fair.” – Annie Frame, author of IMPRINT

A heart-Stopping, Action-Packed Thrill Ride! – “I felt the author has a great premise for the storyline and one can imagine how the device can be used to gain control over any country if they have it…I feel overall the author did an exceptional job with his novel.” – Kat

A worthwhile thriller – “Brimming with memorable characters, thrilling action shots, theories, titles, murder and more, Ionshaker is a quick-paced, heart thumping rollercoaster. Felix Timothy takes you on a ride from scene to scene, giving the reader glimpses to pull the clues from to determine who is responsible. If you enjoy reading mystery thrillers with a lot of chases, action and good detective work, give Ionshaker a try.” - Wendy Hines

Ionshaker Synopsis

Trey's wife, his wife's shrink and his attorney are shot dead as his ex-girlfriend Robin who narrowly escapes death and gets admitted in ICU in critical condition, soon disappears from the hospital. The four of them knew about Ionshaker - a cutting edge interstate Nuclear arming/disarming software.

Brett - the lead FBI detective pursuing Trey (the sole murder suspect) is soon framed for two new murders and becomes a fugitive just like Trey, when he learns about Al Fakir - a suspected Al Qaeda off shoot that has stolen Ionshaker.

No One knows what Al Fakir intends to use Ionshaker for, but every one knows, the country that possesses Ionshaker will control all nuclear warheads worldwide at the click of a button.
It is feared that Ionshaker has already reached Germany, with China, Russia and Pakistan  already bidding for Ionshaker for trillions of dollars. Now, the president needs Trey (an ex CIA) and Brett (an ex FBI) to steal Ionshaker back from Al Fakir before its sold or duplicated.



At 1:50pm on July 31, 2011, Deirdre-Elizabeth Parker said…
Thanks so much for your warm welcome. I truly appreciate it.
At 8:47am on July 27, 2011,
lol! that sure is funny! thanks for the gift and for stopping by the blog despite Blogger's hiccups again. do come back and enter the giveaways if you please! c",)
At 8:35am on July 27, 2011,
hi Nattie! glad we found each other here! i was just over at your blog and read your review of Bloodletter! i have giveaways right now. do stop by and check them out! c",)
At 8:11pm on July 10, 2011, Paul D. Dail said…
Hi Natalie, yes it's true.  I haven't met a Paul that I didn't like :)  And I think it's perfectly normal to obsess over a color.  Of course, perhaps I'm not the best judge of what is perfectly normal.  I will keep an eye on your blog (I just figured out that I have to email subscribe as well to get updates... was wondering why I wasn't getting notifications of new postings... still a little new to this whole thing).  Not super familiar with Twitter, so I hope it will be okay if I just follow your blog.  Hope you had a good weekend.
At 10:04am on July 7, 2011, Paul D. Dail said…

Hi Natalie,

Saw your comment on the Horror Reads group and I've signed up to follow your blog (purple is my stepdaughter's favorite color, too :)  I'm a supernatural/horror writer (and big fan of King, as well), but my relatively new blog is more literary based.  Would love your support if you get a chance to stop by.  There will be a new post every Thursday night.  Look forward to being in communication.


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