About Linnet

Linnet Moss is a college professor who writes fiction in her spare time. She adores old books, new books, cats, frogs, miniature books, wine, Trappist ales, tea from Ceylon, vegetarian gourmet food, London, Rome, Art Deco skyscrapers, and beautiful men. Not necessarily in that order.



41 thoughts on “About Linnet”

  1. We all write our own dreams – the key is to follow them. Wishing you all the best and thanks for checking out my blog.

  2. Thank you for stopping by my blog.

  3. Hi Linnet – I’ve nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award. You can see how it works on my award post here on Armitage Agonistes, http://wp.me/p3DuBO-1hP and if you decide to participate, you just need to follow the rules for the award, which are:
    • Display the Award Certificate on your blog (just cut-and-paste it from my post)
    • Write a post and link back to the blogger who nominated you – that’s me!
    • Nominate 15 other bloggers (I’ve kept to 10 as 15 seemed quite a lot)
    • Inform them of their nomination via comment on their blog
    • Post 7 interesting things about yourself.
    Whether you join in or not, I just want you to know that I nominated you because I enjoy your blog and thought you would like to see it shared with some new readers.

    • Wow, Perry, I am honored! I plan to participate as soon as I can compose the post. Plenty of food for thought there, and a chance to recognize some of my favorites as well as seek out a few new bloggers of interest. PS: Loved your list of favorite fiction!

  4. I’m so glad Linnet. I meant what I said about your blog. There is so much here, and I didn’t even mention the mini books which are stunning, pore really get into your fiction. .It would be great if you would leave a comment on my post so my readers know you are participating. Have a great day.

  5. Hello, Linnet. I stumbled upon your blog and am very excited: I think we share several key interests (okay, one in particular: “Himself,” as you call him) and have similar outlooks. I’d love to communicate with you a bit via email if that’s alright; forgive me for posting here but I didn’t see any “contact me” type option so my hope is that you’ll see this comment and get in touch.

  6. Hi there Linnet,
    Thanks for taking the time to stop my my little corner of the blogosphere, and for the follow. Your support is greatly appreciated, Hope to see more from you,
    Have a great day, 🙂

  7. Hi Linnet. Yes, it’s all horrible. I wish it hadn’t got to this stage but ignoring it wasn’t working. Sadly the guy has a history of attacking other bloggers but I never thought I’d cop it. Thanks for understanding.

  8. Hey, I thought you’d like to know that I absolutely love your blog, and have nominated you for the “One Lovely Blog Award”. For details about the rules, check out my post http://romance4thebeach.wordpress.com/2014/09/04/one-lovely-blog-award/

  9. Hmmm … like the idea of making the dreemz come true — write ’em! and your pixure here is my usual idea of a great breakfast! (could use a small plates of grapes ‘n strawberreez)

  10. pour homme said:

    wow .

    i read your’ ” seduction 10 ” several times, just to drink in the nuance !

    great use of perfume, esp the choice of ” white shoulders “, in the writing…..

    seduction indeed !!!

    well done Ms Linnet !

    please incorporate more Perfumes into your erotic prose, pleeeease !

    – a str8 male vintage perfume addict .

    • Thanks very much, Homme! I’m afraid that’s my only perfume story, but I do like to write about aromas, especially when they come from food. Maybe one day I’ll write a sequel about Peter and Cynthia 🙂

  11. Ah, Ceylon tea. I remember it from my childhood – it was a staple in my family.

  12. I’ve nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award. No need to participate if you don’t feel like it, but I wanted to show my appreciation. Great job!

  13. Thanks so much, Linnet, for the visit and the “like.” What an interesting blog you have here. I very much look forward to exploring it!

  14. Linnet your blog is splendid.

  15. hope the ‘cay-shun in Bali is swimmingly (and languidly? — no, THAT ain’t you — izzit?) proceeding …

  16. ain’t been no commentizationizing here of recent. you should be more-than-adequately tanned by that Bali sun by now ~

    • Well, I did write a couple of book and movie review posts after the Blog-cation, but I admit that I’ve been busy with academic writing instead of blogging! And spending more time on Twitter, but I’m not sure that’s a productive choice. In fact, I know very well it isn’t!! Must get to rehab!!

  17. starting to read them/it now, and will continue. you scholar, you (and not merely scholarly, but with plenty of ‘color’ !)

  18. So, I’m treating myself and my husband to what we call Jane-apalooza, watching Zelah, Ruth, Joan, Sorcha et al (he complains that I have turned him into a girl, my tv-watching tastes have so altered his 😁) and have just found your blog.
    I am delightedly looking forward to reading your opinions on various “Jane Eyre” adaptations.

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