Tellulah’s Sassy Musings

Fakebook away, I’ll still heckle

Think of me as the Statler and Waldorf of Cyberspace. The other day, Sarah Tuttle-Singer wrote a wonderful post entitled We Need to Quit Telling Lies on Facebook. Read it and if this isn’t your experience as a parent, know I like you a little less right now. Tuttle-Singer – and a lot of people […]

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Cool like Snape

  I would have sucked as a heroine in Regency England. I read all these books about these women who manage to keep such a cool facade in public, no matter what they were truly feeling, and think “yeah, no.” Because my emotions are always broadcast loud and clear. Like when I’m happy? I do […]

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The five stages of being hacked

“One day you may kiss a man you can’t breathe without, and find breath is of little consequence” – JZB It all started with Jericho Barrons. I woke up yesterday morning deciding to write a blog post about casting him for any movie version of the Fever series. Research was necessary. Two hours later, after […]

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Mindblowingly cool photography

Which sadly I can’t put a thumbnail of because of copyright issues. However, I can post a link to the photographer’s website and I encourage you all to go check him out. His name is Jean-Francois Rauzier and he takes thousands of photos of a scene, then hand stitches them to create an entirely new, […]

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Tellulah Darling gets sassy

Hola, darlings! I realize that this time of year traditionally is all about self-improvement and keeping resolutions to make oneself a better human being, but why suffer when I can pay someone to fix me? Sitewise that is … (I doubt there is either enough money or a specialist special enough to fix my broken […]

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Peace, love and pay with a tweet are great

Well, we’ve hit the end of the year and I’m exhausted. How about you? Thank you all so much for your support with my debut YA romantic comedy Sam Cruz’s Infallible Guide to Getting Girls. Your word of mouth has allowed it to travel to all corners of the globe. As an author, that’s so […]

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