Tellulah’s Sassy Musings

Curl up with a good book Sunday: If Wishes Were Earls

I was in a serious reading slump before I picked up If Wishes Were Earls, like anxiety and deep conviction that I’d never find another book to love were involved, so what a relief that this crossed my path. Synopsis: Harriet Hathaway has loved only one man her entire life: the Earl of Roxley. But […]


Curl up with a good book Sunday: The Abomination

The Abomination features murder, mystery, Mafia, the Catholic Church, conspiracy theories, and Venice–both real and virtual. Uh, yeah, I’m in! Synopsis: When the clock strikes midnight on the feast day of La Befana, Venice is aglow as a cascade of glittering fireworks bursts above the city. Masked figures crowd the vaporettos, the trattorias are humming […]


Curl up with a good book Sunday: Tell the Wind and Fire

Drawn in by the cover, stayed for the YA retelling of Dickens’ A Tale of Two Cities and generally fell in love with Tell The Wind and Fire. Synopsis: In a city divided between opulent luxury in the Light and fierce privations in the Dark, a determined young woman survives by guarding her secrets. Lucie […]


Curl up with a good book Sunday: Why Not Me?

Shocked to see a non-fiction book here on Curl Up? Don’t be. Why Not Me is a hilarious read by a hilarious woman. Synopsis: In Why Not Me?, Kaling shares her ongoing journey to find contentment and excitement in her adult life, whether it’s falling in love at work, seeking new friendships in lonely places, attempting […]


Curl up with a good book Sunday: Moon Called

I just finished book 9 of this series and realized that I’d never featured it on Curl up. Shocking omission! So darlings, let me introduce you to the amazing world of Mercy Thompson with the first book, Moon Called. Synopsis: Mercedes “Mercy” Thompson is a talented Volkswagen mechanic living in the Tri-Cities area of Washington. […]


Curl up with a good book Sunday: How the Marquess was won

Do you have those genres that are your go-to happy place but the downside is that you’ve read so many of those type of books that sometimes it feels like you’ve read all the gems and will never be truly excited by another one ever again? Class? Bueller? Anyone? Welcome to me, historical romance, and […]


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