Tellulah’s Sassy Musings

Curl up with a good book Sunday: Dark Soul

Dark Soul may be the first erotica featured on Curl up with a good book Sunday. I have a hesitant relationship with the stuff. So how come this one made the cut? Let’s find out. Synopsis: Love lights even the darkest soul. A killer’s moral compass rarely points true, and among made men, being gay is […]

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debut New Adult romantic comedy book announcement

Yay! I can finally, officially announce the debut of my New Adult romantic comedy book Get Real. It’s the first of a four-book series, where each novel features a self-contained romantic comedy set against an ongoing urban fantasy adventure. Synopsis: Get Real is a New Adult romantic comedy with sass, sex, and swoon, set in the world of “Cadabras”–humans […]

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Curl up with a good book Sunday: Pashazade

 Pashazade is an excellent sci-fi mystery set in an alternate history world that is similar enough to ours, but with enough differences to make it extremely compelling. The excitement I felt for this was similar to when I picked up my first Gibson novel way back when Neuromancer was first released. Synopsis: Part mystery, part speculative fiction, […]

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The perks of raising a fangirl

I am raising a fabulous fangirl. Since this past weekend was Mother’s Day, I thought I’d take a moment and celebrate her and her fangirlness since without her, I wouldn’t be a mom. Top Five Perks of Raising a Fangirl: #5: Her love of fandoms leads to really intelligent, interesting discussions on topics as wide-ranging […]

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Curl up with a good book Sunday: Landline

  Happy Mother’s Day to all you fabulous moms out there. I thought it was fitting that I feature a book with an ordinary (excellent) mom at its heart. Welcome to Landline. Synopsis: Georgie McCool knows her marriage is in trouble; it has been in trouble for a long time. She still loves her husband, […]

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Old people can be funny?

I came across this trailer for a new Netflix series the other day and it got me thinking. In his book Outliers, Malcolm Gladwell said it took roughly 10,000 hours to achieve mastery in a field. I look at this trailer with phenomenal actors, created by one of the co-creators of FRIENDS, and all of whom […]

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