Kiss Me First by Lottie Moggach

Kiss Me First

Lottie Moggach

A contemporary, sinister narrative, chronicling the creepy influence of a psychopathic blogger. This is a strangely compelling read, fuelled by the compulsive nature of social media and the socially vulnerable.


After that reassurance, my thoughts turned to practical matters. As long as I had the relevant information to hand, I thought, the logistics of imitating this woman online seemed fairly straightforward: answering the odd email, a few status updates a week. Adrian told me the woman was quite old, in her late thirties: hopefully that meant she wouldn’t even write in text speak.

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