Maggie Moon

Biography

Maggie Moon is a shadowy figure at the back of someone’s mind. She’s strong and forthright, and probably bossy. She’s also a solitary witch learning her craft in an as ethical and responsible a way as possible. She’s a writer of a few persuasions, both poetry and prose, commercial and for the joy of it, and this blog is a chance to let free a few of her favourite subjects (magick, poetry, and love) into the world.

Smashwords Interview

What is your e-reading device of choice?
I was a real luddite until about a year ago when a kind gentleman sent me his old Kindle complete with a 'slightly battered' vegan leather case that smelled of patchouli. And I'm getting used to it! I don't like that I can't flip back easily to odd pages and scenes, but I got quite nippy using the navigation in a spiritual protection manual I was reading recently, so I think I'm making the right adjustments!
Describe your desk
My desk was handmade by my mum when I was a bairn, and is a nice, solid pine thing, absolutely obliterated in items that I use throughout the day. Pens, cups, grapes, coasters, notepads, computer equipment, a Mason jar filled with more pens ... you get the picture.
Read more of this interview.

Where to find Maggie Moon online


Books

Self-Torture for Dummies: A 21st Century Short-Form Saga of Love, Treachery, and Curses.
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 2,050. Language: English. Published: January 28, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Poetry » Contemporary Poetry, Fiction » Romance » Paranormal
In 21st century love, what comes easy doesn't last, and what lasts doesn't come easy. Maggie Moon whisks her readers through the emotional pinnacles and hell-pits of love and loss, through poems of passion, jealousy, and witchery. Will it last? Can the lovers pull it together? Self-Torture for Dummies is a short-form saga of love, treachery, and curses, told in 21 short poems.

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