A Number’s Game #mgtab @NatalieAnn1212

I’m a bit OCD when it comes to numbers. Maybe because I’ve spent the last 25 years of my life working in finance.

When I do something and a number is attached, it almost always has to end with a 0 or a 5. If not my eyes start to twitch and my fingers want to grab a red pen like a teacher and start adding or subtracting until I get the desired total.

With that thought in mind, I’m going to focus on the number 5.

Today, on August 15th, it’s my 45th birthday. Last week, I published my 25th book which happened to belong to my Fierce Five Series. Did you notice how I made five comments with the number 5 in it in this post?

All those 5’s and I’m just one happy girl.

Here’s a peak at Fierce-Mason. By the way, Mason is a bit of a geek too, and though he doesn’t talk about numbers like his sister Ella does, I bet he has a fascination with them just like me.

 


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About Natalie Ann

Natalie Ann lives in Upstate NY with her husband, son, and French Bulldog.  She has always had a love for books, especially happily ever after. She writes contemporary romance with a dash of humor focusing on real life (but fictional) situations and storylines. She’s inspired by the crazy, ridiculous, touching, and emotional family dynamics that most people go through. Her series are based right in her home state or cities she has visited.

9 Replies to “A Number’s Game #mgtab @NatalieAnn1212”

    • Thanks, Susan!! why couldn’t they spread those runs out throughout the year?? Maybe we would have won a few more games ha ha.

  1. Fun post. Do you read the Jack Reacher books by Lee Child? Reacher has a thing for numbers. I enjoy the math aspect of those novels. How did you feel about 08/18/18?

    I understand there were a lot of weddings on that day.

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