• Chopra,  Deveraux,  e-reading,  Fiction,  interactive,  iPad,  London,  Review,  Vook

    Three Vooks for iPad Reviewed

    1. Promises, by Jude Deveraux Video + Book = Vook. But does it equal an advance in storytelling. I’ll be straight with you — no one wants to see interactive forms of fiction succeed more than I do. So if there’s something good to say about technology applied to storytelling, I’m going to find it. Did I find anything good at the Vook store? Let’s start with my first Vook. I purchased Promises several months ago to read on my iPod Touch. It’s an interesting idea, but the application was buggy and the platform too small to do it justice.  This week I updated the app and loaded it on…

  • BDSM Romance,  Carry On Tuesday,  Erotic Romance

    The Mesmerist

    Crabapple Blossom by LadyDragonflyHerWorld on Flickr photo sharing The Mesmerist His magic is his mindLike a beautiful gardenA fragrant intoxicantA sensual arrangementOf colorful fantasy Of textured thoughtsA place to immerse yourselfTo forget there is anything beyond him When I am with himI believe I can beMoreBetterBefore him life was emptyBarren as the crabapple out backA parade of blossomless springsFruitless summers And I knowI knowGardens like him have thornsYet I go to him glovelessOpening my hand Palm up Offering myselfEager as an addict for a needle ~Allison BlackThe Mesmerist’s TaleCopyright Nara Malone 2010 This week’s Carry On Tuesday prompt is is a quote from the Lebanese poet Kahlil Gibran Life without…