Coming Up: First Two Weeks Of August



*Sorry life and my soaps have taken over, so posting this “newsletter-ish, to 1. stay accountable 2. share with you what I have in store for Tattle Teller for the first two weeks of August*

Reviews To Come


The Road of Lost Innocence, about one woman’s experience as a child sex slave and her mission to combat sex trafficking in Cambodia and various South Asian nations. Check out the Book in Review

Keys and Needles: The first part in a series of unknowns: When supernatural forces invaded our world, she found herself with unbelievable abilities that left her ostracized, hated, and Marked. Years later, living on the fringes of society, Tania and her exiled elf roommate Logan are happy to be left alone. Check out the Book in Review

Currently Reading: I’m On A Book Hiatus, check back next week.

Author Spotlight

Queen of Literary Excellence, Roxane Gay


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Author, Essayist, Commentator, and Activist Roxane Gay is our first Spotlight for August. She’s vocal about intersectional feminism, The State, and Culture. I admire her for her activism, writing, and visual interpretation of life.  Please look forward to this Author Spotlight.



Writer’s Block: The Writing Resources which include tools and all things connected to content and blog writing. This edition will include new fellowships and residences that you can apply for, for the Fall season–some are paid, stipends included and/or remote.



gif-girly-music-pale-favim-com-3308733Monthly Poetry Playlist: Go For It; Actions Speak Louder Than Words! This month’s poetry playlist focuses on going out and achieving what you want, instead of dreaming–these poems and songs speak and inspire you to go and be unstoppable. Check out last months playlist, “No Regrets and Being Satisfied With Oneself” while you wait for this month’s edition.

Friends and Books


This is the third installment of Tattle-Teller’s 5 Books Recommended By Friends Series, it’s also the last post before our 5 Books I would Not Recommend Series begins. This list will include books by the likes oAlwyn Hamilton and a visual-memoir from best selling author Marjane Satrapi . Check out part 1 and part 2 while you wait.


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See you later!


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