Jazz Age Wednesdays 27 ― Hullaba Lulu 2

This weeks Jazz Age Wednesdays collaboration with Teagan Geneviene of Teagan’s Books

Digital Photo of an avatar that represents Rudolph Valentino in Teagan Geneviene's Jazz Age Wednesday story
Rose and Pearl watched the man who had come into the speakeasy in a blaze of red and blue lights

Teagan's Books

Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Val and Lulu trumpet and RollsArt by Rob Goldstein

Welcome to Jazz Age Wednesdays.  I’m happy to see you back for Chapter 2 of this new series.  It is not in the “Pip-verse” but it still takes place during the Roaring Twenties.  

Artist Rob Goldstein is collaborating with me, creating fabulous visuals and sending me “three things” to spontaneously drive this pantser story.  Some of the details also come from a song Rob’s grandmother sang to him called “Don’t Bring Lulu.”  

Don’t Bring Lulu

I was captivated when Rob wanted me to include a (potentially supernatural) Valentino character.  I loved his idea.  If you’ve been following me for a good while, then you know I like to make fictionalized versions of historic people.  Then, one of the “things” (the Bright Young Things) Rob sent for this episode showed me a wealth of such people I might include.  Yes…

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