I was hanging out at Kristina Wright's blog admiring her babies and her work ethic, not necessarily in that order, and I realized I missed blogging. So here I am!
Hmm. A few moments have passed while I tried to think of what to write about.
Well, this week I had to purchase a new muffler for my car. No, you silly Brits, I don't mean one of these:
Such a beautiful painting by Kristin Kemper which you can buy here
and I'm not talking about the brolly, either, as you Brits call an umbrella, or in this case three umbrellas from
So we're perfectly clear, now, that I'm not talking about this, which I would have been much happier purchasing:
I'm talking about this stupid, expensive ugly essential thing:
which you may purchase here
It ate up all my earnings for a week of tutoring writing students.
This blog has already made me remember why I took a break from the blog.
Here, this helps:
You can see more of the same here
So I was pretty grumpy about spending money on car parts until I got home and found this in my trunk:
And then I felt much better.
xoxo Madeline Moore
- Madeline Moore
- Toronto, Ontario, Canada
- While attending a summer writing workshop at Humber College, my tutor, D.M.Thomas, said that I write 'great sex without metaphor,which isn't easy to do.' I made my mind up to become an erotica writer. My first erotica novel, 'Wild Card' was published in 2006. A section from the novel was selected by Scarlet Magazine for 'best oral sex scene' and, as a friend pointed out, an award-winning author was born! My second Black Lace novel, 'Amanda's Young Men' was released in the UK in July, 2008 and in North America in March, 2009. My third novel for Black Lace, 'Sarah's Education,' was published July 2, 2009 in the UK and briefly hit the number one spots on Amazon.co.uk's adult fiction and adult romance best seller lists. It became available in North America on September 1, 2009. Jade Magazine bestowed the 'best cover art, 2009' award on 'Sarah's Education'. In 2009 Humber College invited me to speak at the summer writers' workshop on a panel called, 'Success Stories.' And so the circle closes.