Moore About Madi

Moore About Madi

My name is Madison, but everyone calls me Madi. It’s spelled just like that, too.

I recently joined a software development magazine and serve as their online and social media editor and reporter. We are based on Long Island.

That’s just part of who I am.

I believe writing has been my passion since the time I could hold a pencil. I have countless journals filled with real-life girl problems and gel pen heart drawings with crushes names inside. I have composition notebooks of wannabe-fiction. Now, as a young adult, I have a blog.

The evolution of my writing is not something to ignore. I started off un-daring, afraid of doing anything but what I was comfortable with, which was journalism.  My desire to give people the news, to let others know what is happening in their world, is something I will always want to do.

The creative side of my writing is still in bloom, and I suspect it to grow many years from now. I have realized I need to focus on my world and try and make sense of it. Part of this is done with my journalist background. But the rest, needs to be done with an open mind and a beating, creative heart. To make sense of this world, of my world — writing is the outlet.

Since I am an extreme extrovert, I find myself constantly surrounded by people. I’ve been called a talker, eccentric, too loud, easy-going. I love to meet new people, hear their stories, and open my mind to new ideas and opinions.

As I look back on the writer I was and the writer I am becoming, I become focused on how important change has been in my life.

My life is just one constant story, but it’s a story that will change.

Change is involuntary. It is strength. It is ebb and flow and it follows me as I try to make my way through the world, just a small town girl with a big passion, making her way to the big city.

-Madison M. Moore

“Life is essentially a cheat and its conditions are those of defeat; the redeeming things are not happiness and pleasure but the deeper satisfactions that come out of struggle.” –F. Scott Fitzgerald

19 comments

      1. I have no idea why I am just now reading this response, but OF COURSE! Molly’s was a once in a lifetime experience!

  1. Hey you do good columns!!! I’ll let you know once I get my blogs flowing on here! Till then, keep up the great work

  2. Hey this is for Aya, sorry so late on the reply. Haven’t been on much but that’s about to change! Thanks so much! I am glad you had an enjoyable experience reading my blog 🙂

  3. Hey Miss Madi!!! This is from Aunt Shawn! I have know from the time you were little that you would do great things!!!! This is just the beginning!!! You are reaching out to soooo many people in what you write/blog about!!!! Keep up the good work!!!! Love you!!!

    1. Hello Aunt Shawn! Thank you I am trying to do great things! It helps when I have awesome people that help me like you! I will be sure to keep it up! Love you too!

    1. Thank you so much! I have become more open with my writing these past months and actually have jumped into poetry on a whim. It’s definitely something new but I’m really enjoying it. I hope that you continue to read, and I will surely be visiting your page quite frequently! 🙂

  4. Hey there Madi!

    Just thought I’d thought first let you know that I am a big fan of your blog! You have some really great content in here 😀

    I was wondering, though, if you would be interested in doing a blog interview with me on your blog, and then a blog interview with you on my blog? My blog is http://anauthorsadventure.wordpress.com/ if you want to check it out first.

    Looking forward to your reply!

    1. Hello!

      I am extremely flattered! I am glad you like what you see and you keep coming back!

      As for a blog interview, I’m not sure what all that entails but I would love to!! As a journalist, I love to interview people to hear their stories and learn something new, and it would be interesting to be the one interviewed!

      Let me know what I need to do and let’s roll with it! Thanks for reaching out, and for reading!

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