Wednesday, July 25, 2018
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 won’t be at the station today.
Saturday I did a big post that touched on the “20s tech” that has been used in Hullaba Lulu so far. It also included links to all of the past chapters! That makes today a good time to refresh your memory or catch a chapter you may have missed. Click over if you need to catch up.
Recently Rob did a video of the parallel Lulu-verse that he sometimes creates. It’s fun, whether or not it happens in this story. If you’re particularly sensitive to spoilers, or if things like this confuse you, save it for later. Still — no guarantees that this will or won’t happen in the story, but check out Rob’s video here. His work is always spectacular.
I promise that next Wednesday I’ll pick up where we left off with last week’s episode. There’s more spontaneously written fun with Lulu and company on the way. They still have to deal with Sarcophagus and Remote Control.
I hope you will be at the station again next week to catch the dieselpunk train.
Thanks for visiting. You’re the cat’s pajamas!
Now some shameless self-promotion for my other 1920s books — the original “three things” stories about Paisley Idelle Peabody, aka Pip, and her friends.
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