Saturday, July 28, 2018 Welcome, to my sanctuary. Come on inside and relax for a while. Writers are always talking about their WIP — or work in progress. At my “real job” I frequently have to ask executives and tech guys to “spell out” acronyms. I’m drowning in alphabet soup! So, I just now laughed when … More WIP vs LIP? Or Glowing Pigs and the Batmobile
Wednesday, July 25, 2018 Yes, it’s Jazz Age Wednesday. This is where you would find the dieselpunk serial, Hullaba Lulu. It’s written by me and illustrated by artist, Rob Goldstein. The weekend is my writing time, but this past weekend, life got in the way. That can even happen with a simple life like mine. So Valentino’s train … More Jazz Age Wednesdays ― Hullaba Lulu Train is Delayed
Saturday, July 14, 2018 Roaring Twenties Tech & Culture Hello, everyone! Welcome to my sanctuary. Or maybe I should say welcome Shieks and Shebas, because this post sort of reviews my Jazz Age Wednesdays serial, Hullaba Lulu. My “partner in crime” for the #DieselPunk serial is artist Rob Goldstein who creates the illustrations and videos for Hullaba … More Catch-Up Saturdays — Hullaba Real World Tech & Review
Wednesday, July 18, 2018 Welcome everyone. The diesel-punk train has arrived at Jazz Age Wednesdays. It’s great to see all you Sheiks and Shebas! Artist, Rob Goldstein created the pos-i-lutely swell images for this episode. If you need a comprehensive review of this serial, Rob has a post with links to many of the past chapters. Previously with … More Jazz Age Wednesdays ― Hullaba Lulu 11.2
Originally posted on yadadarcyyada:
Sorry I’m not sorry…Not sorry I took a blogging break to question myself. I was seized with a feeling, a feeling that I had nothing else to say…I know that doesn’t stop some folks, but I didn’t want to waste my time or yours, you know, overstay my welcome. Then lately,…
Saturday, July 14, 2018 Welcome, everyone. There was an improvisational comedy show (1998 – 2004 or so) that always cracked me up. I thought it was the best exercise in creativity that I’d ever seen. It was “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” Drew Carey, Ryan Stiles, Wayne Brady, and Colin Mochrie could take any “line” … More Whose Line Is It? Mine?
Wednesday, July 11, 2018 Welcome to Jazz Age Wednesdays. Summer is in full force and so is the diesel-punk train! It’s great to see all you Sheiks and Shebas here at the station. You already know that this story is unplanned. I write it spontaneously as artist, illustrator, and “co-conspirator” Rob Goldstein sends new groups of “three things.” However, that doesn’t … More Jazz Age Wednesdays ― Hullaba Lulu 11.1