Tellulah’s Sassy Musings

Klutz, thy name is woman

Today, I’d like to bring awareness to a dangerous condition that is rarely acknowledged: the klutzy female. The evidence is before us in numerous TV shows, films, and books, and we all know that those things are based on gospel truth. While I, myself, am fairly adept at walking, drinking tea, and eating cream-filled pastries, as […]

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Curl up with a good book Sunday: A Darker Shade of Magic

  I picked up A Darker Shade of Magic because I am a sucker for stories involving alternate versions of cities. Yes, Neverwhere is a fav of mine and so when I saw this had that vibe happening, I was in. Synopsis: Kell is one of the last Travelers—rare magicians who choose a parallel universe […]

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Cover Reveal

I am super excited about everything percolating here at Tellulah Darling industries! I know I’ve been teasing you about the new book and I promise details will be released extremely soon. Meantime, there was one last thing I wanted to do with Sophie, Kai, and the gang before letting them go entirely. I put together […]

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Curl up with a good book Sunday: I’ll Meet You There

Straddling that cusp between YA and new adult, I picked up I’ll Meet You There not sure how I’d feel about it. And then proceeded to rapidly fall in love. Synopsis: If seventeen-year-old Skylar Evans were a typical Creek View girl, her future would involve a double-wide trailer, a baby on her hip, and the […]

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You complete me: a poll

As I’m currently writing 3 different romantic comedies at various stages right now, I’ve been thinking a lot about love. Specifically, how couples bring each other into balance a.k.a. “You complete me.” What specifically makes us love our favourite pairs? So I did an informal poll with the following question: Who are your fav fictional couples […]

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Curl up with a good book Sunday: Me Before You

This book got me thinking a lot about laughing vs crying books. I think that funny books are perhaps a more subjective thing. I know that I’ve definitely found myself the only person laughing at times. But crying? Perhaps there is a common zeitgeist. Books that are triggers and find themselves spreading like wildfire. For […]

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