Tellulah’s Sassy Musings

Curl up with a good book Sunday: Emma in the night

I was totally in the mood to get lost in a thriller and got very excited when Emma in the Night popped up on my radar. Synopsis: From the bestselling author of All Is Not Forgotten comes a thriller about two missing sisters, a twisted family, and what happens when one girl comes back… One night […]


Getting into the story … interview with Jennifer Sable

  I’m delighted to have Jennifer Sable here to chat about her awesome book Wanting Forever. Synopsis: All Effone Pacifica has ever wanted is to be the captain of an airship for the ASPECT company. Now that she’s successfully earned her own ship, she’ll allow nothing to jeopardize her position or her crew. Not even […]


Curl up with a good book Sunday: Time Served

I just devoured Time Served and I’ve never been so surprised to like a book this much. Read on to find out why. Synopsis: Dean Barclay had nothing to do with my decision to flee my old life, but he is 100 percent of the reason I vowed to never look back. I’ve never forgotten […]


Curl up with a good book Sunday: A Tale for the Time Being

I know, I missed last week. Life. Sorry. But, I’m back with A Tale for the Time Being, a book that woke me up and pulled me in, even as the entire reading experience was a meditative one. Synopsis: In Tokyo, sixteen-year-old Nao has decided there’s only one escape from her aching loneliness and her classmates’ […]


Curl up with a good book Sunday: A Conjuring of Light

Some of the absolute best fantasy I’ve read comes out of the YA world, and A Conjuring of Light, the final book in the Shades of Magic trilogy, is no exception. Synopsis: Witness the fate of beloved heroes – and enemies. THE BALANCE OF POWER HAS FINALLY TIPPED… The precarious equilibrium among four Londons has […]


Curl up with a good book Sunday: The Child

Here at Tellulah Darling enterprises, we (meaning me and all the character voices in my head) like nothing better on a drizzly Sunday than to snuggle under our favourite blanket, ensconced with a great mystery. Fiona Barton’s The Child perfectly hit the spot. Synopsis: As an old house is demolished in a gentrifying section of […]


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