Baby You Can Drive My (Novel’s) Car

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Saturday, August 11, 2018

Robert Matthew Goldstein is my “partner in crime” illustrating the #DieselPunk serial that you’ll find on my Jazz Age Wednesdays posts — “Hullaba Lulu.”  Sometimes Rob also makes videos that parallel the Lulu-verse.  He just did a fabulous one featuring (fictionalized) Nikola Tesla and the electric car that I wrote into the serial.  That gave me the idea for today’s post. 

So, I scrapped the post I was set to run… It would have gotten me into sooo much trouble anyway — but I’ll probably use it eventually.  (Winks.)  Instead, I’m going to talk about using cars as vehicles (sorry, you know I can’t resist a play on words) to develop characters or stories.

My Writing Process — or Baby You Can Drive My Car

Chips 1971 Rally NovaChip’s 1971 Rally Nova in “Atonement, Tennessee”

They say that a person’s car reflects their personality.  Maybe it’s true.  Even though my imagination…

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Hullaba Lulu: Tesla Starts His Car

Tesla shows us the proper way to start a car:

To find out what really happened check out
Teagan’s Books:

HullabaLulu 12.1

 

A shot staged in virtual reality using avatars as the character's of Tesla and a bot being used as a generator
Tesla Starts His Car – Two

Hullaba Lulu: My Dinner with Tesla

How would a date with Tesla look?

VR Illustration for Hullaba Lulu showing Tesla, Pearl and a robot in a Tutu
He said he had a cure for all disease!

I wonder…

Virtual reality, illustration showing Pearl, Tesla and a danciing Robot in a Tutu
It went south when she started to dance

This weeks Hullaba Lulu video is a possible answer to that question,

More more answers, check out Hullaba Lulu
on Teagan’s Books.

Hullaba Lulu: Come See About Me

This week the avatar cast of Hullaba Lulu took a detour from Teagan’s universe.

Virtual reality photograph of avatars dressed like the robot from Metropolis, Tesla and an Egyptian Goddess
Life in Ancient Egypt

In our parallel universe, an unnamed Egyptian Goddess and Tesla go clubbing in the future. They have returned to ancient Egypt from the early 1960’s where they are big fans of The Supremes.

They’re teaching the bots to sing Motown.

To get the real Hullaba Lulu click here: Teagan’s Books, Hullaba Lulu

Virtual Reality photo of a make avatar holding a bubble and a female Avatar dressed like a Goddess
Come See About Me

Graphics (c) Rob Goldstein 2018

Come See About Me
1964
The Supremes