Wednesday, September 30, 2020
Since I’ve been reblogging the other stops of the launch tour for “Hullaba Lulu, a Dieselpunk Adventure,” I didn’t want to leave out Olga Núñez Miret and the marvelous introduction she did at her blog. The trouble was, WordPress.org (her platform) and WordPress.com (this one) don’t seem to get along very well. So here’s a link to Olga’s post. Click over and join the party. There’s cake and champagne!
Hey Lulu, slow down and wait for me! That flapper does love the giggle water… Comments are closed here, because I’d like you to get to know my wonderful host.
Valentino and Lulu dance with angel-bots, by Teagan R. Geneviene
Throughout October, Hullaba Lulu is at an introductory price. The eBooks are only 99¢. For those who boycott Amazon I made a Kobo eBook too.
Kindle: Click this universal link
Paperback: Click this universal link
Hullaba Lulu, a Dieselpunk Adventure will be making the rounds at some pos-i-lutely swell blogs. Several people were kind enough to offer to have me visit their blogs. Thanks in advance to them.
Friday, October 2, I’ll be in South Africa with Robbie Cheadle chatting about Ouija boards.
Saturday, October 3, I’m in Connecticut where Dan Antion is hosting a launch party at the No Facilities Bar.
Monday, October 5, I’ll be on the other side of the country to visit Miriam Hurdle in California. Watch out for the bubbles.
Tuesday, October 6, I’m off to Spain for a visit with Olga Núñez Miret for chat about Carl Jung.
Wednesday, October 7, I’m in Oregon where D. Wallace Peach is hosting me. Be careful with that Tesla coil!
Sunday October 11, I’ll be in California chatting about 1920s styles with Valentina Cirasola.
Monday, October 19, I’m in Kentucky for Teri Polen’s festival, Bad Moon Rising. I didn’t bring Lulu, but she came by herself.
Thanks for coming to this shindig. Be well, be happy. You’re pos-i-lutely the cat’s pajamas!
This serial is made possible in spite of (not because of) the deplorable lack of Internet service from TDS Telecom. They are even worse than the government about claiming no problem exists in the face of failure. TDS Telecom meets every complaint and service call by saying they find no problem. Their technicians come to my home and refuse to do any work or replace equipment, even when their offsite managers have instructed them to do so. They brought equipment that they openly state does not work properly. They refuse to let me talk to a manager. They refuse to promise to send someone other than the previous do-nothing tech. They refuse to make sure the technicians have working hardware with them. My letters, emails, and tweets go unanswered. Dear readers, please do not comment here in response to this paragraph. Just be aware of my awful experience with this so called provider.
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