Thursday, February 8, 2007

I am so famous

The UK is covered in snow, but I still urge you to rush out to the newsagents and buy a copy of The Daily Express because today it features and interview with me! Me! ME!

Yes, I know eveyone in the rest of the world is desperately jealous. Don't worry. I'll try and get a scan or something up. I have a PDF - that's not a lot of use, is it?

Tilly aka Mathilde Madden
Famous Person

ETA: And Equal Opportunities even had a little flurry on Amazon today. I knew I had a reason for doing this.


Nikki Magennis said...

Tilly - 'The Woman Who Thinks About Sex All Day'. I love it. Front page, too!

I notice they put Fergie in fishnets with a riding crop on page 7.

Is that a dart you're holding? Why didn't you get a riding crop?

Mathilde Madden said...

Maybe they thought me with fishnets and a riding crop would bring the coutry to a standstill!

It's not a dart, it's a pen. A pen! Remember those?

Nikki Magennis said...

Pen, eh? Is that some new kind of sex toy?

Are you thinking about sex right now?

What about now?

....all day?

...what about teabreaks?

Mathilde Madden said...

I think, technically, I have to think about sex at least once every fifteen minutes or I get sued.

This is strangely not an arduous proposition

Karl Friedrich Gauss said...

Did you get that pen from "pen island" (

As for a pdf, I'm not sure how it would fit with blogger, but you could certainly put it on your website if you have one, and link to it there.

Congratulations on getting all that ink. I think you'll be getting more than the normal quota of, what is nowadays, 15 megabytes of fame.

Kate Pearce said...


Do you have a link or am I missing something?

Olivia Knight said...

Well done you!

The Oxfordshire snows & my broken shoes kept me in all day trying to find an online source to replace my beloved Josef Seibels (A Woman In Comfortable Shoes)... but had I known earlier, I'm sure I'd have braved the blizzards.

Now if The Sun will only replace pg 3 with excerpts from Black Lace, we'll have conquered.

kristina lloyd said...

Wow! You ARE so famous. Wish I'd got you to sign your name on my arm at the weekend (with a pen, not with that dart). Great feature. All day, huh?

Snow? Snow? What snow? Brighton feels like another country sometimes.

I do like the bit where you say 'I've never made my partner dress up as a werewolf' ... because to me that implies not YET.

Madelynne Ellis said...

You are so-ooo right about the implications, Kristina.

Grin. I've been chased by werewolves, but I've never made my partner dress up for sex as one. Other things/people, yeah! Hey, maybe that would be a interesting discussion topic?

Mathilde Madden said...

Journalists, huh?

J: Have you ever made your partner dress up as a werewolf/

Me: (rather surprised) No

And yet from the article it looks rather like I just haven't had the chance yet. Perhaps that's kind of true.