#ThursdayDoors to Memory — Places in our Memories, with Judith Barrow

Thursday, September 15, 2022 Earlier this week, author Judith Barrow shared a post she invited me to do for her blog series, “Places in Our Memories.”  Her questions about personal recollections somehow brought to mind old amusement parks. That, of course, made me think of Hullaba Lulu, a Dieselpunk Adventure, and the very strange amusement park from … More #ThursdayDoors to Memory — Places in our Memories, with Judith Barrow

Thursday Doors to #WomensHistoryMonth — the #1920s

Thursday, March 17, 2022 Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Dimitri Svetesikas, Pixabay Since my post is skimpy on actual doors, here’s a lovely old green door with shutters (a sort of door) and a wall box (which has another sort of door). Doors to Women’s History Yes, it’s time for “the wearing of the green,” but … More Thursday Doors to #WomensHistoryMonth — the #1920s

Wednesday Writing — Hullaba Lulu visits Tea Toast & Trivia

Wednesday, November 17, 2020 My National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) efforts are floundering on the rocks of Apathy Shore.  So, I was delighted when Rebecca Budd invited me to take a break for tea and talk about my dieselpunk novella, Hullaba Lulu.   Rebecca wanted to do an online version of a bookstore-type author reading. I chose … More Wednesday Writing — Hullaba Lulu visits Tea Toast & Trivia