Tellulah’s Sassy Musings

Weeping Angels (Doctor Who) are great

Why: because they are scary as sh**! Let’s face it, when it comes to moments that haunt you for years after, there are a lot of greats. Maybe it’s Carrie’s hand shooting out of the grave (an image which made me fear going up open staircases for ages). Or you might prefer Jason, supposedly dead, […]

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Dallas and Dalia Royce (Suburgatory) are great

Why: a fresh take on the expected mean girl I find Suburgatory a comic gem that is over looked. To be fair, it can get a little precious at times, but it’s always funny and on the big plus side has the characters of Dallas and Dalia Royce. This mom and daughter should be the […]

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Blog hop giveaways are great

I’m participating in my first blog hop giveaway. Should be fun! Thanks to Minnie of Sunset Reader Reviews and Catie of Forbidden Passions for co-hosting. Come back that week to enter!

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Emily Thorne (Revenge) is great

  Why: a vulnerable mastermind Revenge stories are tough. Sure, they’re about getting justice for terrible wrongs left unpunished. But there is always collateral damage. In a two hour movie, it’s fairly easy to ensure that the bad guys remain villainous. We cheer their downfall because the character trait overriding all others is that of […]

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Trolling for new darlings

Anyone who knows me, in person or on Goodreads, knows that I love me some YA. All kinds. All the time. That said, sometimes, I need a break from the dark side. I want to laugh. Turn away from those moody mopes and distressed damsels to laugh with the queens of quip, bastions of banter […]

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Raylan Givens (Justified) is great

Why: a seemingly inflexible moral code that he uses to his advantage. Moral codes are important because they tell us how a character is going to act in any given situation. Now, most of the time, we can assume that a character’s moral code is pretty much in line with that of our general society. […]

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