Madeline Moore

"Madeline"
Madeline Moore, author of 'Wild Card','Amanda's Young Men', and 'Sarah's Education' (Black Lace)
Helpful votes received on reviews: 95% (19 of 20)
Location: Toronto, Canada
Birthday: 12 Aug
In My Own Words:
Sarah's Education VOTED 3rd in The Top 30 Titillating Tales of All Time, as decided by a society of libraries. See the article in The UK newspaper the Daily Mail, Nov. 10, 2012.

The Erotic Awards, held annually in London, England, declared me "Story Teller of the Year 2011" for my short story, "Get Up! Stand Up!"

Jade Magazine chose "Sarah's Education" as the top cover art of 2009.


I've writt… Read more

Interests
I like writing reviews but only for books I love. I won't write a bad review, I just don't review the book unless I can give it four or five stars. That's my policy.

Writing, reading, movies, music. I'm increasingly enamoured with the internet, but… Read more

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 750,793 - Total Helpful Votes: 19 of 20
Fifty Writers on Fifty Shades of Grey by Sylvia Day
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
As an author of erotica, I admit that my first response to the phenomenon of Fifty Shades of Grey was envy. Not necessarily, "Why her and not me?" More along the lines of, "Why her and not one of us?" Because, believe it or not, erotica authors existed before E.L. James and her fanfic of Stephanie Myers Twilight Series gobsmacked the world and created a niche even more irritating than "chicklit." That niche is "mommyporn."

I read Fifty Shades of Grey It's the story of a naïve virgin who falls helplessly in love with a young, gorgeous, billionaire who somewhat inexplicably falls equally hard for her. But he's a Dominant… Read more
Radical Desire: Kink & Magickal Sex by Mark Ramsden
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
This slim (140 pages) book is part brutally honest, unpretentious and often hilarious autobiography, (page 28 is a full page photograph of Mr Ramsden's pierced penis with the caption "The author making a dick of himself with his eighth Prince Albert upgrade") part encyclopaedia of fetish (including Piercing, Corsets, Rubber, Switching and Scarification) part tour guide for fetish-loving tourists ("Some say the dungeon play (at Club Rub) is not as extreme as at certain clubs but then I don't go to a club to see perverts fisting each other. I can get that at home.") part fine visual art (all illustrations by Ruth Ramsden) and part fiction (2 kinky short stories, here's an excerpt from "Madam… Read more
Simply Wicked by Kate Pearce
Simply Wicked by Kate Pearce
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
When I picked up 'Simply Wicked' I was a little worried that I wouldn't understand the story, having not read the previous titles in the 'Simply . . .' series. But I needn't have been concerned.

Kate Pearce is a real pro. She fills the reader in on previous events by seamlessly weaving the past into present conflicts. The book begins with Anthony Sokorfsky, brother of Valentin, awakening, bruised and shaken, in Madame Helene's pleasure house.

(I think every city ought to have a Pleasure House modelled after Madame Helene's. On the main floor, one can dine and flirt and sip champagne, while upstairs, the pleasure comes from the lash of a whip or the crack of the… Read more