When the Smell Makes The Difference

43f4523363980cc3f735e8629aa2ef78I have an audible.com account. That’s most definitely not uncommon, especially for a writer. I have both read the entire Dark Tower Series by Stephen King and listened to it. I feel I both get something unique as lose something cherished by both experiences. With reading you get to take your time, taste and even taste again if you so desire, certain words, scenes, paragraphs. When you relish and delight yourself on something and have that option to go back for seconds, there is just something brilliant about it. That’s what I love about the written word, the pages beneath your fingertips, even the smell of the book. It’s something almost magical; would you agree? Continue reading

Book Review: Blakewood by Sable Grey


bySable Grey


About the Book (from Goodreads)
Elizabeth Mason has always been a governess but never for a household as larger or as strange as the one at Blakewood Manor. Upon her arrival, she soon finds that her beautiful new home is owned by a family of vampires. Despite her fears, she fall for two of the mysterious men that reside there. But as she begins to unravel their darker secrets, she becomes a weakness to them both and threatens their safety and the very foundation that Blakewood is built upon. Continue reading