Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Private Eyes

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We hide behind our pseudo fictitious names protecting our identity. We live in places called 'Tiny Town' smacked right in the middle of Nowhere, USA to secure our safety in undisclosed locations. We marry men who sport names like Hubby, Stud Muffin, Lumber Jack or Farm Boy. We have children called Geek Son and Social Butterfly and yet the thing we fear most as bloggers can happen. One day your readin' your comments and chills dart up and down your spine when someone gets a little too up close and personal. The anonymous word slinger who knows more than you have disclosed desiring to become more intimate than you ever imagined leaving you as wired as a freshly stretched barbed wire fence. Strange unexplained events begin to happen to both you and your followers.

This was the dilemma word smith blogger Paige McDonald found herself in after receiving such anonymous comments on her blog, "Blogging My Brains Out." Things escalated after attending a BlogHer conference in Chicago discovering that some of her bloggin' buddies had been violently murdered. Escalating the terror-stricken author's life is an ex-husband, a jealous dramatist sister, two daughters and her Mother. Toss in a suspicious detective and the FBI and ya got yourself a plot that would make ya turn all the lights in the house on, pull the covers over your head and cry "Mama!!!"

Teresa Moody has taken our fears and written a daunting novel that will unnerve your safety net next time a comment gets a little too personal leavin' ya'll as scared as the first fatted cow in line at a slaughter house. "Tess" is a person of letters and has thrown together several books since 2003. The latest just happens to be the one I won in her giveaway over at Six Feet Under called " Anonymous."

Tess is a urban Midwest wife, mother of three children plottin' on sendin' her to an early grave, a photographer and writer. Now I know where my "Super Nezzy" cape went! You can find your copy of "Anonymous" today at Amazon.Com. Get your copy, lock the door, grab a blankie and be prepared to sing that 1981 rock and roll~rhythm and blues tune from the sapphire eyed duo Hall and Oates, "Private Eyes." Beware fellow bloggers 'cause "private eyes are watching you, they see your every move!!!"

150 comments:

  1. LOL...very cool, I predict it'll be a best seller! It relates to so many women! ;D

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  2. Your blurb had me on the edge of my seat! I shall have to get this book.

    Also visited the blog and she is a delight to read.

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  3. Thanks for the link and the review - sounds like a good one and I'll need a chocolate bar to combat my fears too!!!!
    Hope you are feeling better Nezzy.

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  4. Ooooo scarey, freaky Nezzy! I was looking for a new book for my Nook. I also think it would be a perfect book for my Book Club. Done deal, I'm checking on it! I got a blankie too but shhhh, don't tell :)

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  5. YOu had me going for a minute, Nezzy. This sounds like a fun read. Thanks for the tip.

    Happy day after your birthday! I'm so sorry to hear your Dad is not doing well. I'm sending love and prayers and support your way.

    xoxoxo jj

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  6. You write really good book reviews!! Makes me want to go pick up a copy now. :)

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  7. I'm always ready for a good book and with your stamp of approval I'm sure it will be a good one. I like Mildred's idea of some chocolate to go along with my blankie to help ease my fears.

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  8. I've never been so eager to get to the end of the blog post to find out were it was going! I'm gettin' the book!

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  9. Sounds like you enjoyed the book :)

    It does sound good! May have to check it out sometime....

    Lucy

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  10. Oooh, it sounds soo suspenseful!!! Great review, dear Nezzy...you got me wanting to read more!!! Hope you are well!!! Love you! Janine XO

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  11. Oh for a moment I thought there was truly some trouble happening in our blogosphere. You write a fine review. It sounds like a book to which many of us can relate. Nicely done!

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  12. Like I need something else to worry about!!!
    It sounds like a very good read. Congratulations on winning it.

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  13. That gave me chills! Great review. sandie

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  14. Yes, for a minute you had me too. Wow. Thanks for the tip on this book.

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  15. It sounds like an entertaining book. I'll have to look it up.

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  16. WOW ! What suspence, got to get it, you also had me going there from your post, way to go girl! Oh yeah and get my blankie and a cup of tea ! Be vewy vewy quiet ! hehehe !

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  17. Yikes, Nez, you've scared me enough without having to read this! I actually had a blog friend who had to quit because she was being stalked, this is not just the stuff of fiction!

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  18. You scared the stuffing out of me!!!!

    Melinda

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  19. Great review! I was on the edge of my seat thinking it was you. Very glad it wasn't! :)

    I'll have to put it on my reading list.

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  20. Gal, you had me skeered. Whew, now I can relax enough to go out and get this book. I love crime novels and this sounds right up my alley. Thanks for a great review, done in such a fun style.

    Sorry I'm a day late and a dollar short, but Hippo Birdie Two Ewe.

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  21. Oh my, you married Lumber Jack?
    Not the Monty Python guy - I'm a lumberjack and I'm Ok.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=clPYfaTvHT0
    Don't worry I'm not asking any blogger to meet me in the woods.

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  22. Great review! Sounds like this writer got a very timely idea...

    =)

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  23. Ok Nezzy,
    Now you got me a bit freaked out! At first I thought you were talking for real about yourself. Congrats on the win although I don't know if I could read it and still want to blog.
    hehe.
    Hugs,
    Cindy

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  24. i am not sure i WANT to read that book. i am already terrified of all blogging and facebook and twitter that is going on. i have said over and over to my hubby (see i use that name a lot) how dangerous it could be. and it would not be fiction. there have already been murders that are connected to facebook. thanks for the reveiw. be careful out there

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  25. I was happy to read that it was a book you were describing and not yourself. That sounds like one of those thrillers that would cause me never to blog again. Guess I'd better not read it as I do love to blog everyday. I hear it is your Birthday! I hope your had a very Happy Day! Blessings to you for another great trip around the sun!

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  26. since I hate to be left along with a non-verbal dog easily coerced with one Alpo Snap as we drive through the bank window, I am findingand extra cover.

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  27. Congrats on winning the book, and it does sound chilling. We can all relate to comments and things getting a little close sometimes.

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  28. ....are watching you...
    Now Nezzy my dear - you about stopped the pitter patter of my heart this early morning!! So glad I caught on early that it was a fictious novel - and not true crime!!!!! Looks awesome....

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  29. What a great post, you had me thinking that you were being stalked in blogland.
    Thanks for the recommendations I'll be taking you up on both the blog & the book.
    Maggie

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  30. Hi Nezzy! Thanks so much for writing about my book-I looove the review! Tess :)

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  31. I was relieved to know this was a book and not something you were going to share that happened to you or a close friend. I was a stalking victim for 8 long years. Not Fun.
    It is always important to be careful!

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  32. Ooh, this sounds so good! Now I was a little scared after seeing your picture there with that big ole butcher knife! Whew! So glad you didn't do something bad! :)
    Thanks for popping in to see me.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia :)

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  33. Wow, what a great review! I am a new follower via six feet under. Cannot wait to read more of your blog!

    Sara
    http://www.8aplenty.blogspot.com

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  34. Wow...I was on the verge of becoming a non-blogger. In other words, you done skeered me!

    Sounds good, but I have to leave all the suspense stuff up to my husband...I'm a FRAIDY CAT!

    Enjoyed..

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  35. oooohhhh, gives me the shivers.
    I'm gonna read it!

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  36. Holy cow. I was reading this post and getting all worried for you.

    Ahhh, it's a book review.

    And probably one that would scare me.

    I'm kind of a scaredy cat about stuff...

    But lock your doors, OK? Even if it is just fiction.

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  37. OMGosh, Nezzy...halfway through I'm thinking to myself "I am NEVER blogging again"!..lol...good thing I didn't see Mr. Gates(not Bill) in that list of names!! I want to read this book!!! That would be a great one for a give away!!..just saying..lol

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  38. what a great idea for a book. i'm gonna go and get me a copy. hopefully i won't be to frightened to blog again! thanks for the book review. have a great day!

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  39. Sounds scary!

    Now I just have to decide if I need to be any more scared of the internet.

    A guy at work was telling me that back a number of years ago the South Korean mafia got so caught up in one of those online fantasy games that they were offing players who did too well.

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  40. Dang you're good! I lived in the world of a small chat room for years and have become friends with many I chatted with. The first time I met a fellow chatter, hubby (or should I call him Jim lol) went with me and we were both nervous. Since then we've gotten together with many people we've met on the internet and some remain fast friends. It can be a scary world, though. I might just have to read that book! Thanks for the review and I hope you have a wonderful rest of the week!

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  41. Oh, my - - - - you are one of those mystery lovers. I am not. If I read that book, I could not sleep and might stop blogging! But I do love your review! What you write is always fun to read.

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  42. What a great post...Headed to the other blog now....You had me on the edge of the couch....

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  43. You had me going..... I am going to check that out... Fun -- your posts are! Private Eyes - I loved that song back then!

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  44. You had me in goosebumps till I read further. Wonder if it will scare some people out of blogging. Hope not.
    Need to think about whether I need the scare or not. What a premise though. I will check to see if it is Kindle available.

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  45. Dang girl, you had me going there for a couple seconds... don't do that! But it does sound like a timely write and I'll put it on my list.
    Everyone be SAFE out there!

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  46. Oh my I have had thoughts of closing my site and now you may have hammered the nails in the coffin. lol
    Seriously thou it is something to consider with our crazy world we live in.
    Nezzy I am so ashamed that I have not sent Angel Dawns gift yet. Everyday I pray for her recovery and reading your comment about her is heartbreaking.
    One reason I have not sent what I bought her is I can not find it. Sounds crazy but I am beginning to think they did not put it in my bags because I don't have it and my girlfriend Sharon is checking her car for it.
    I may have to give up and do something else.
    Bless her heart for going through this at such a young age.
    Please know I pray for you too because this has to be tearing your heart in pieces too.
    Prayers for both you and Angel Dawn
    Love
    Maggie

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  47. You have me so ready to read More! Great blurp!! :-)

    Good Luck, but you're not going to need it! :-)

    Have a Wonderful weekend!
    HUGS,
    Coreen

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  48. Oh shoot! I just realized that you 'didn't' write this. Are you sure?! lol Obviously a Great Review! :-)

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  49. HELLO NEZZY,
    WOWZER...THEY SHOULD HIRE YOU TO READ BOOKS AND THEN BLOG ABOUT THEM. YOU ARE GOOD...VERY GOOD...I HAD GOOSE BUMPS AND WAS TERRIFIED YOU WERE TALKING ABOUT YOURSELF. WHAT A CLIFF DIVER.
    THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH FOR VISITING ME. ARE YOU THE ONE WE SEND THINGS TO FOR ANGEL DAWN? COULD YOU E MAIL ME THE ADDRESS...I HAVE SOME THINGS I WOULD LOVE TO SEND HER.
    MY DAUGHTER IS AMY DAWN. I ALWAYS THOUGHT DAWN WAS A PRETTY NAME.
    YOU ARE A LOVELY LADY.
    HAVE A BEAUTIFUL WEEKEND
    HUGS
    SIMPLY DEBBIE

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  50. Hi Nezzy,
    This looks like a great read, and very much the world of we bloggers (except, thank goodness, the murder and mayhem part).
    Thanks for visiting my blog and for you astute observation on words. Words are powerful and can indeed beautify or mangle for life. I'm happy to know bloggers like you who are into the beautifying business.
    Have a great weekend.
    Ruben

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  51. Okay. My heart was thumpin on your intro!!!!!!! OMG, that actually could happen! This sounds awesome! I mean the book, not the freaky deaky stalking anonymous person!

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  52. Wow- what a review. You know I have to read it, especially since I have a good friend named Tess who is a midwestern mom and photographer.

    You know how to grab an audience's attention!

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  53. Well. Well...just thank God it's not a true story! Right? I mean..it is fiction..right?
    Nezzy..you got this old lady wanting to read it and scared silly.
    I live in a haunted house already...and sleep with my head under the covers...so..not so sure I want to read it.
    YES I am! I'm going to get it and take my mind off screams at the foot of our bed, and a gray..dog..or something that zips through the house..and people laughing and stuff like that.
    Yep..I could take being sidetracked with something scarier..
    What a GREAT book review!! I loved every single minute of it.
    Love and hugs to you..yep!!
    Mona :)

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  54. Oh Nezzy, THIS is a perfectly written post. You make me laugh, you make me focus intensely on the message and you deliver quality writing. Are you a professional writer???? YOU SHOULD BE DEAR!!! I need to check this out...this sounds like an exceptional novel and THANK YOU FOR COMING TO VISIT ME!!!!! And also, for visiting Ruben! BLESSINGS, Anita

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  55. that could be a good book to read! I'm one of those that tried to keep my anonymity on my blog, no pictures, no names other than mine and the dogs, general location, etc and someone still found my name/address to send me a nice gift (a friend but she should have asked me for it because I would have given it out) through info I said on my blog (name of church) and my Facebook account (deleted now). That panicked me that should could find me who is a friend so I seriously thought of going private with my journal, but in the end didn't. I think we just need to be careful with what we post on here; it scares me that people put their full names, their kids names, names of schools, etc.

    I'll have to look for that book down the line

    betty

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  56. Sounds like my kind of book! I'll sip on my glass of Merlot and get very brave...especially after the 2nd one! LOL

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  57. Here I was thinking a boyfriend discovering it is the worst that could happen!

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  58. Sounds very interesting and great reading! Thank you for sharing and also always thank you for the prayers. I am getting a package ready for Miss Angel Dawn. Let me know if there is anything in particular she is needing now. Hugs Anne

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  59. That was an awesome review, Nezzy! That's the best review I've read on Tess' book.

    Have a nice day!

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  60. OK you had me going there for a moment.....chills...This looks like a real thriller...and touches us all...Im scared to read it...Thanks for the review...you did a Grrrreat job..!

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  61. Oh me oh my! I adore the photo that accompanies this post.

    Yes to the hot cider and donuts! Yum.

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  62. Good grief, that sounded scary...but good! Great review, Sweetie. I'll have to put that on my reading list, but I may need to read it with one eye closed, underneath my covers! ;) Paulette

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  63. Ooh fiendishly clever scenario - way to hit your readers where they live!

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  64. Remind me never read your blog so late at night again. I'm half asleep and wasn't focused enough to catch on that this was a book review and not your own personal account! I was terrified! Wonderful review.

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  65. I thought this was real--so releived it was a book review! You did a great, realistic job!!!

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  66. Oh Wow! This book may be just what I need to get me to stop blogging! (I fear I am addicted to it!) This is such a well-written review of the book. If I ever published a book, I'd want you in my corner. Great job! laurie

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  67. Nezzy, what a surprise! I was born in Matamoros Tamaulipas (my beloved Matamoros), just in the other side of the Rio Grande, frontier with Brownsville Tx, Brownsville is a nice city, I'm living in Monterrey Nuevo León now, still near of the Tx frontier. :D

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  68. Just by reading this I got the chills. Now I am going to order this. I haven't read a good book in a while. Thanks for sharing!

    Many blessings
    Dorcas

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  69. How funny! I saw that picture and instantly thought, "That looks like the book cover on Tess' book!!" and turns out it was!!!

    I really need to order her book...it sounds like a fantastic read!!

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  70. You had me going for a moment, thanks for sharing. Sounds like an excellent read.

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  71. Wonferful review!! I got chills just reading it!!

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  72. nice blog.. have a view of my blog when free.. http://www.lonelyreload.blogspot.com .. do leave me some comment / guide if can.. if interested can follow my blog...

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  73. I've been dying to read this...and scared to at the same time. That was a fabulous review Nezzy!!! I might just get brave now (-:

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  74. I get a good giggle out of the way you word things! That book sounds like a goodie!

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  75. I dare not read that one. I can imagine me not wanting to blog ever again. Nice and original plot though.

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  76. Sounds like an amazing book! Will have to pick it up
    xoxo
    SC

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  77. Hi Nezzy,

    Wanted to thank you for stopping by my blog and leaving such a sweet comment! :-)

    This book review is awesome! Hoping it's all fiction! :-) LOL Thanks for sharing.

    Have a wonderful week, and stop by again. I will be visiting you often.

    Blessings,
    Jill

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  78. Hi Nezzy, Sounds pretty scary to me..but I guess we can all relate! Great review! :)

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  79. Way to send us into paranoia...we bloggers. Great book review for an author with a perfect first name. Gotta read that one.

    T

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  80. Nezzy, first thanks for the sweet comment on my blog..yes Eddy got a burger too! Then I slip on over to you and start reading and my heart starts to pound and I think..holy moly, what a scary thought! Then I realize it's a book and I think..holy moly, I must have that book! Thanks for a heart stopper and the great review!

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  81. You had me gripping the edge of my chair! Wonderful review. I'll have to check it out!

    BTW, thank you so much for visiting me and your wonderful comments. Yours are a keeper!

    Cheers!
    Julie
    Julie Magers Soulen Photography

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  82. You write a great review. If the book is anywhere near as suspenseful as your post then I'm scared!

    Thank you so much for all the love, support, and prayers you have sent my way.

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  83. Ha, awesome!

    And that knife in the picture is huge. Dang.

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  84. Ok, Nezzy, you have officially scared me! Is it time to quit blogging? I think I need to pray! Have a great week. Blessings, Martha

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  85. You had me on the edge of my seat. I normally don't read mysteries, but I am going to have to get this book. Thanks for giving me the jolt my cup of coffee didn't do yet this morning. Hugs... xo

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  86. You scared me - I thought you'd been getting strange anonymous comments until I realized you were doing a book review.

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  87. Oh dear sounds intense...I think I would not sleep for a month if I read that book!

    Hope all is well...hugs.

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  88. Wow, Nez! You should write book reviews for a living. For a minute there I thought this particular scenario was something you personally were experiencing! Sounds like a good read! Hope you're having a great day!

    Blessings!

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  89. You really had me going for a minute there! This is my first time visiting your blog, and I thought this was a true story. You're so naughty! I'm going to add the book to my must-read list, and I'll be visiting your blog often. Looks like there's lots of fun to be had over here!

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  90. Thank you for stopping by and leaving such a sweet comment.
    You really did have me scared there for awhile.
    I want to wish you a happy birthday.
    I just had mine on the 11th.
    Loved the photos of the grands. I have 8 of them also. It is sure hard to get them all together anymore.
    Hugs

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  91. Great review, you had me going there for a few moments, thinking it was You!!
    Thanks for stopping by my blog, I appreciate it. Your blog is beautiful.

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  92. Great review Nezzy - Think I'll have to read it. Like others, at first thought you were writing about yourself!

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  93. Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!

    Coooooooooooooool!

    Must see if my library system has this one!!!

    It might even "drag me away" from my YA reading fun, with vampires, werewolves, ghosts, etc.

    :-))))

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  94. Sounds very interesting and a book that would keep ones interest. Blessings.

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  95. Oh my goodness! Sounds like one of those books that will keep you on the edge of your seat to the very end!

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  96. I don't know how you came upon my blog, but I'm glad you did. I'm going to have to stop by here often.
    re the book - well, it's everyone's secret fear, isn't it?...to be read on terms other than the ones we set out.

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  97. I have to get that book! interesting!

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  98. Hi...Here is the trick, I think. In blog world, be a guy. Weirdos don't care about us men, especially old ones. Now I am not saying I am old but I am shuffling that direction. It seems a lady has to be on guard always, which is a sad reality.

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  99. You had me going there for a while. Good review!

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  100. Hi Nezzy,
    Just had to stop and say hi before I left for work today. I work 2 days a week and it does help get me out of the baby mode for awhile.
    It rained over 5 inches here last night and some places are flooding. We had quite the storm! I am with you, I am a summer gal but Fall has certainly arrived here.
    Hugs,
    HAGD,
    Cindy

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  101. Ooooooooooo! suspense, mystery, fear ... ok, I'm done! that was enough for me. I want my teddy bear & a Reese's peanut butter cup now.

    G'morn, sweet friend ~ Hope things are going well on the Ponderosa. Is Angel Dawn doing ok at her treatments? Golly! I think of her constantly ...
    keep me posted.

    Hugs of love, my special friend ~
    Marydo

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  102. Oh my goodness, I thought this was really happening!!!! What a relief when I read further and discovered it was only a book. But you know, I went through a similar situation - in my head. 'Member when I went crazy a few months back? Well, those were the kind of thoughts that were going in on my mind. Not that anything precipitated it - I was just a little bonkers. But I felt the terror, the paranoia.

    This sounds like a great book, and I'd love to tell you I'm going right out to buy it, but I honestly don't think I can - just hits too close to home!

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  103. I too thought the story was real. Good to know that it is fiction. 110 comments on this? Wowza. You're popular.

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  104. Wow, this is what I call a great PR.;) The way you described the story, I could feel the hair on the back of my neck raise.;)) I think I have got to get that book..;)
    xo

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  105. Hi, Nezzy. Wow -- you sure had me going. It sounds like a terrific read. I'll have to see if I can get my nerve up. I'm a shameless scaredy cat.

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  106. OMG, it sounds so creepy!! But I want to read it too. Why do we want to read scary things? Maybe because in a strange way they help us protect ourselves?

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  107. Hi Nezzy! Just a quick pop in to wish you a happy fall and a happy Friday as well! Enjoy your weekend, Sweetie! xo Paulette

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  108. Wow, I thought this was real and you were about to open a big ole southern rant :) Sounds like a great book.

    By the way I'm having trouble with my blog dashboard and it is not telling me all the updated posts, if I'm late(like now) in reading, it's Google.

    Have a great one :D
    Jules @ Trying To Get Over The Rainbow

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  109. Hi Nezzy! =0)

    Sounds like a good book!! :)

    Thanks for your sweet comment yesterday. Much appreciated!

    Have a beautiful day!

    {{hugs}}

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  110. Hi Nezzy!

    Yikes! Scary, but intriguing at the same time.

    Thanks for the birthday wishes and your visit. Any friend of Teresa's is a friend of mine. Isn't she the sweetest thing?! Absolutely!

    I've sure enjoyed my visit here and will come back. As a matter of fact, I'll be your newest follower.

    Hugs,
    Kat

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  111. Sounds like something I would enjoy! :o)

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  112. Thanks for all your support and prayers Nezzy!
    You truly are a great friend and I appreciate it so very much!
    Have a great week-end, it's probably warm and dry where you are.
    Take Care,
    Hugs,
    Cindy

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  113. Ooh sounds gooood!!! Thanks for the great review.

    Your funny.

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  114. Sounds like a great read! I am a little scared to read it, however. A little too close to home - LOL!

    Lots of love to you Nezzy!
    :-)
    Traci

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  115. Maybe I will read that one day........ right now just buried in my bible trying to cope with the last three months.........

    Sending Monday blessings..

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  116. Sounds good daaaaaahling... always looking for something delicious to read :D
    *kisses* HH

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  117. Holy crap! people love leaving you comments!! GREAT REVIEW of that book. Sounds way too scary to read alone.

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  118. Thanks Nezzy...I did a good read for this winter or do I??? Hugs and smiles Gl♥ria

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  119. Nezzy
    I have really missed coming by here. How are you and precious Angel Dawn. Please keep me updated about her and yourself.
    My cousin died in Tenn and have not been home for a while...so glad to be back where I can catch up with all of you
    Love
    Maggie

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  120. P.D. Excellent prose, enjoyable rhythm, it made me smile. :)

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  121. I don't need that kind of spookiness!

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  122. NEZZY! Now you got me all scared and I love it! I have to get that book..but..I'm afraid to. I get so spooked...and I have already had a close encounter and to this day I am rattled by it. No one tried to kill me...or my friends..but I swear that was next. Still...you have peaked my interest...I just gotta read that book! Do you HEAR me?? I GOTTA READ THAT BOOK! LOL
    Hugs.. :)
    Mona

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  123. Aha! So...now I know more about you...heheheh...
    signed..
    Anonomus..wait...Anonimos..wait, wait..
    it's
    Anonymous

    (oh wait. My pictures up there. Never mind.)

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  124. Hello from Vegas, Nezzy. Absolutely LOVE your blog. The whole blogging stalker thing scares the crap out of me, though. I am relatively new to blogging, having been hooked only 3 months now. I'm thoroughly enjoying it, so far, but will be keeping my eyes open for possible problems. Thanks for the post. Will be coming back for more.
    Terri

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  125. I'M SORRY ABOUT YOUR FATHER, NEZZY. MAY HIS SOUL REST IN PEACE!

    In this post, You've revealed your talent as a book reviewer. Very good review indeed!

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  126. Oh my...I am reading your post on the heels of reading another blogger friend's post in which she shared a freaky incident with someone who got too close. My blogger friend had first felt comforted by the comments after her brother died mysteriously. She sort of got "sucked in" because she was grief stricken. Now it turns out, the person leaving the comments is known for befriending unknowing bloggers and then scaring them to death! So, my dear Nezzy, your post is very timely for me. The book sounds great. Right up my alley. Thanks for the tip.
    Take care, Joanne

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  127. I'll be adding that to my book collection. But OMG...You had me going there for a bit!

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  128. Holy Moly Nezzy!
    There's a lot of comments here!
    I e-mailed you the other day, hope you got it!
    Happy weekend my friend!
    Hugs too,
    Cindy

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  129. This is brilliant. And timely, considering the fact that I had a similar experience about a week ago--It stopped me dead in my blogging tracks and caused me to delete 45 "friends" on Facebook, too. I'm feeling better now, but I'll probably avoid this book for a while; I'm feeling plenty creeped out already!haha

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  130. Hello sweet Nezzy.....all I can say about this post is YIKES......BLOGGER STALKERS!!!! GADS AM I EVER NIEVE....never would of dreamt of this in a million years....I always view blogland as beautiful....but it is not always the case....Thanks for sharing this great post.

    Xo

    Jo

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  131. Nezzy,
    Great review! I swear the crazies are everywhere these days...but I am glad someone wrote about what might happen....
    Also, condolences for your Daddy. That is NEVER easy. Hang in there!
    Glad you like the kitchen of my CA house!
    Fondly,
    Peri

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  132. Thanks for letting me know whats been going on with your family. My prayers are with you!
    xoxo
    SC

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  133. Great review. Think you should write a book as your writing style is wonderful. Enjoy the day.
    Joyce

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  134. Just stopping back by to send you a big ole southern HUG
    Jules @ Trying To Get Over The Rainbow

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  135. That was quite a review! A suspense thriller about a blogger... only a true blogger could come up with that! LOL!

    Have a great day!

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  136. Hi Nezzy,
    I am always so glad to hear from you!
    I hope your doing ok since you haven't posted in awhile. What's going on in your neck of the woods? I hope little Angel Dawn is doing ok.
    Big Hugs,
    Cindy

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  137. Nezzy,
    I'm so sorry about the loss of your father! I lost my daddy over 15 years ago and really missed him a lot after he was gone. My heart goes out to you!

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  138. Okay, you made me want to read this book now even though you gave me chills while reading your review.

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  139. Okay, after reading that. . .The hair on the back of my neck is standing on end and I am having a hard time deciding if that has areqady happened or if it's just a story!

    It is a book I'm gonna pass on. Why, how do you expect me to keep my heart pure and my mouth clean for the Lord as a pastor if I am so scared I just want to go drink some gin and tonic down at Bubba's while I slip a Xanex from Aunt Pearl's pill box, to calm my nerves about a blogging stalker getting to close. . .
    ThenI'd have to go and repent for all the damage I caused and did, and . . . . I am ramblin'!

    Oh Lordy mercy! sounds like a great book. You tell my how it was. I'll have to sleep with the lights on if I read it!

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