Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 15: Rachel McCrimmond-Ferguson

Rachel is no damsel, but sometimes people need help. She has survived an abusive marriage, divorced her husband, and is trying to rebuild her life and her sense of self worth. However, Donald isn’t the most reasonable of wife beaters. He didn’t bargain on meeting The Guild Master’s General, the night he tried to claim back his wife. A dubious Knight in dark sunglasses and a balaclava, intercepted Donald’s plans. CLICK HERE for next chronological story.

Rachel’s back story, set on Skye, Scotland (4032)

10 thoughts on “Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 15: Rachel McCrimmond-Ferguson

  1. I like this! Funny but well written at the same time 🙂

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  2. Hi Naomi, thank you, I’m glad it was funny, as this is the first time I’ve let the reader know about this character’s humorous side! I’ve had a look at your website and it looks like a fantastic way of connecting with other writers and sharing stories. I’m interested in writing a short story for it some time in the future. At the moment I’m concentrating on a Steampunk story for a magazine, but once that’s written, I’ll keep your site in mind. Other writers may be interested if they happen to get as far as these comments!

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  3. Yes, The Guild Master’s General doesn’t get out much in society. He’s a bit challenged when it comes to interacting appropriately. Bless him… enough said about him though….

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  5. Thank you!! I’ve just read your blog and subscribed. It’s good to meet you. I especially liked the quote on your About me page (I’m nosey and was trying to find your name) 😀 “I have not become mellower with age – my thresholds have increased.” Welcome, EeLeen!

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