Hop aboard the train…Jazz Age Wednesdays ― Hullaba Lulu 9.3. Check out Hullaba Lula 9.3 for yourself! I double dare you…
Wednesday, June 13, 2018
Lulu and Valentino dance in a Pittura Metafisica, by Rob Goldstein
Hey there, Sheiks and Shebas! Welcome back to Jazz Age Wednesdays. You already know I’m being a pantser as I write this story — flying by the seat of my pants, not planning anything. All the details, major and minor are triggered by the sets of things from Rob Goldstein, who creates the gorgeous images and videos for this series. (Click herefor Rob’s entire collection of videos.)
Today I’m featuring music from the Jazz Age. There are videos for songs mentioned in this chapter from YouTube as well as some from Rob. I’m giving you those music breaks since this episode is about 2,000 words in length. That will help you save your place if you don’t have time. If you don’t like long posts — you’ve been warned.
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June jumping books….huh…grab yourself a copy and start reading for yourself…Have a satisfying Saturday!
Saturday, June 16, 2018
Rob Goldstein’s Lulu dances on my Atonement books
Teagan: Lulu! What the Sam Hill are you doing here? I’m trying to work on Atonement in Bloom. You are not part of the “Atonement-verse.”
Lulu: I figured you could use my help. I mean, Lilith is the cat’s pajamas, but she’s snoozing. You were supposed to finish that novel before spring ended. I hate to break it to you, Sheba, but you’re about out of time.
Teagan: Ha-ha… the cat is the cat’s pajamas. If you don’t skedaddle back to Valentino’s train right now, I’ll sing Don’t Bring Lulu. I know how you hate that. How am I supposed to do anything else when you keep doing the Lindy Hop into my head? Now scoot!
I’ve seen so many great books making their debuts already this month! Silly me (after all this…
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Talking About Time: A trip with Teagan and Don!
Saturday, June 9, 2018
Hello, one and all. Welcome to my sanctuary. Sit down on a sofa or curl up on a cushion. Today I have a special guest — author and entrepreneur Don Massenzio.
Don has a twist in his upcoming book that he’s been kind enough to discus with me. It was not too far afield from something that had been on my mind for my own books. Most of you know that I’m editing book-2 in my Atonement series (Atonement in Bloom). For a third book I’ve been contemplating how to work with both the present and the past in one volume. There are a number of ways I could do that. So I was curious about what Don did. I’ll bring you into our discussion now.
Don: My new book, Extra Innings, did not start out as a paranormal or science fiction novel…
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