Autumn Chill

Autumn in San Francisco set to jazz

Photography and Video by Rob Goldstein
(C) Rob Goldstein 2016

The music came with the software I used
to make the video.

 

Hullaba Lulu, Finale: Ain’t We Got Fun

virtual reality photograph of a male and female avatar as seen through the window of a rocket ship
Gramp’s an Iset on the ship

I know I’m away from my blog but Teagan’s
finale to Hullaba Lulu inspired a closing video.

How does one summarize seven months of great
story telling in less than two minutes?

If you haven’t met Hullaba Lulu head for Teagan’s
Books.

I think you’ll like it. 🙂

virtual reality photograph of a male and female avatar on a rocket ship
Gramps and Iset Skip Town

Valencia Street Aria

On a walk along San Francisco’s Valencia Street toward the Mission I heard Mozart’s Exsultate Jubilate K165-Alleluia stream from the second story window of an old Victorian.

It was a wonderful San Francisco day and the gardens on Valencia Street were in bloom.

Share this walk with me:

Valencia Street Aria

Music: Mozart: Exsultate, jubilate: iv. Alleluja (McNair, Gardiner)
Sylvia McNair, soprano; English Baroque Soloists, John Eliot Gardiner,
cond.
Philips, recorded March 1993

Video (c) Rob Goldstein 2017 All Rights Reserved

Baby You Can Drive My (Novel’s) Car

from Teagan’s Books

Teagan's Books

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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