Jazz Age Wednesdays ― Hullaba Lulu 7

from Teagan’s Books

Teagan's Books

Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Valentino, Lulu and Tom tilt a whirlTom, Lulu, and Valentino at the tilt-a-whirl, by Rob Goldstein.

Welcome back to Jazz Age Wednesdays.  Today’s episode of Hullaba Lulu brings us to Chapter 7 of the series.  I hope you are enjoying my diesel-punk change of pace from the “Pip-verse.”  

Once again I have more of the pos-i-lutely fabulous artwork from Rob Goldstein.  We’re also having inspiring discussions and he’s sending me “three things” to spontaneously drive each chapter of this pantser story. 

Update: Rob just finished another video. 

I’m offering a little challenge.  Where would you take this story with pocket watch, Ferris wheel, and bubblegum?  Read on to see where those three things took my imagination.

If you need to catch up with past chapters, look to the right of the screen.  Scroll down to Categories, and click Hullaba Lulu*.  That will take you to all the…

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7 thoughts on “Jazz Age Wednesdays ― Hullaba Lulu 7

    1. Thank you, Robbie. I knew nothing about pittura metafisica when Teagan Mentioned it. Staging a series of images based on the ideas behind it gave me insight into pantser writing. You have to learn about the
      objects and ideas the words represent.

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      1. Now no need to be modest… give yourself some credit, Rob. You’re the one who sent “pittura metafisica” as a thing. I didn’t have a clue until I Googled. You are the cultured half of this duo! 🙂 But it’s a great thing and (as you’ll see when I send that part of Chapter 8) it’s become yet another feature of the train! 😀

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