Weekend Extra – Hullaba Lulu 9.1 – a Recap

My friend, Teagan Geneviene is a master at creating fascinating worlds. I hope you’ll join me in her entertaining frolic through the Roaring Twenties done sideways. Here’s her latest post from Hullaba Lulu!

Teagan's Books

Saturday, June 2 2018

Sphinx Tesla TowerImage by Teagan Geneviene

Hello, everyone!  No, you’re not confused — this is not Wednesday.  However, my Saturday post this week looks a lot like Jazz Age Wednesdays.  Rob Goldstein and I have been having so much fun with the diesel-punk series, Hullaba Lulu, that it’s hard to believe the first chapter premiered March 21st.  So I thought I’d use my weekend post to write a chapter that’s sort of a review.

I’m using one item from the next set of “three things” that Rob sent to drive the story. So I’ll call this Chapter 9.1.  My quirky image above has some hints about what’s to come in the future.  That said…

… All aboard!

Hullaba Lulu

Chapter 9.1

Bolshies

Valentino Bots Green Metropolis 6Valentino and Angel-bots in the train’s control room, by Rob Goldstein

The engine gave a steady pulse that seemed to underlie everything.  It reminded…

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Author and Louisiana resident Catherine Wolffe is a romance reader now addicted to the dark, steamy call of the paranormal. She is the author of bestselling vampire/werewolf romance series The Western Werewolf Legend and the novel Desire's Embrace as well as the brand new "Shadow Company" series. Catherine has been writing all her life but only recently discovered her love for paranormal romance after being introduced to the Underworld movies by her husband. After that, she decided to delve deeper and create tales hot enough with twists and action aplenty to satisfy her emerging dark hunger. Visit www.catherinewolffe.com/ to get free steamy sneak peeks at upcoming books and more!

One thought on “Weekend Extra – Hullaba Lulu 9.1 – a Recap”

  1. What a wonderful surprise! Thank you for sharing, Catherine.
    Oh, and I love the banner image of the moon and castle! Perfect for your blog.
    I’m delighted that you’re aboard this diesel-punk train. You’re the caterpillar’s kimono!

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