Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 37: Samira Ganesh

After an acid attack caused Samira’s twenty year old daughter to commit suicide, Samira went out looking for revenge. (Featured in this issue is President Asenath Bomani, leader of The Kyo-ashita. An ancient warrior race.) CLICK HERE for next chronological story.

Samira Ganesh’s back story, set in Kolkata, India (3561)

43 thoughts on “Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 37: Samira Ganesh

  1. I’m not sure how you found my blog THE PORTAL OF LIGHT and its entry, HOW LIGHTCHILDREN LOVE 01, but thank you for visiting it and liking it. I think if my chief protagonist visited your fictional timeline, he’d find it pretty dystopian – and he’d make himself a “nuisance” in a hurry seeking to straighten it out. For him, hope is no delusion – it’s one of the pillars of his life and something that has never failed him. It’s those who’ve robbed others of hope that would have something truly to fear in Alain Harper the Undying Singer.

    Cheers. πŸ˜€

  2. My characters would welcome a bit of hope and order! Alain Harper would fit in well. Welcome and thank you for taking time to read, John, I appreciate it. I’ll be stopping by your blog to read more stories.

    Thanks, Lynda for taking so much time to read the stories. It means a lot to me that you enjoyed them enough to stay. (I love your geese, BTW. My son practically lived on farms when he was younger) Cheryl πŸ˜€

  3. Thank you very much for your visit on my blog ! πŸ™‚ I will follow your blog from now on! I think you have an amazing talent! Wonderful pictures! πŸ™‚ Best wishes, Tanja

  4. Nice writing skills, good illustrations! Thank you for following my blog too! I can’t remember whether i posted a suggestion of mine at your blog, if I did and forgot, please sorry… I usually post it at any blog, site I like…
    Do you use sites like zazzle.com, cafepress. com, fiverr? They could be a good way to promote your works and to help “remove” stupidity in the streets like headlines on t-shirts, fridge-magnets, cups, etc: My Boyfriend kisses Better Than Yours, FBI – female body inspector, etc. Not everything we see and think of should be about sex, right? It would be much better if there were more nice pictures of mythical creatures, good thoughts, poems from fantasy genre, etc? I’m allanbard there, I use some of my illustrations, thoughts, poems from my books (like: One can fight money only with money, Even in the hottest fire there’s a bit of water, All the problems in the world lead to one – narrow-minded people, or
    Let’s watch the moon, let’s meet the sun!
    Let’s hear soon the way the Deed was done!
    Let’s listen to the music the shiny crystals played,
    let’s welcome crowds of creatures good and great…
    etc). Hope anyone could appreciate such lines much more than the usual we see every day? Best wishes! Let the wonderful noise of the sea always sounds in your ears! (a greeting of the water dragons’ hunters – my Tale Of The Rock Pieces).

  5. Cheryl, Thanks for visiting my writing blog. Btw, I enjoyed the artwork at the top of your blog. Does it have a title? An artist?

    1. Cheryl, Oh, wow! I’m impressed. I know enough not to assume anything, but I wondered. Your characters–cool! (I’m not even sure what my characters look like.)

    1. Hi, Soraya, likewise and thank you! I read The Bridge, and other poems, you have a very interesting blog, some great poems, and people should go and check out your writing. I’m looking forward to your future posts. Good to meet you. Cheryl

      1. Thank you so much, that means a lot to me! Again, I have really enjoyed reading your work and also look forward to reading future posts! Lovely to meet you too…


  6. I just love your character illustrations. Each one an individual with purpose; sometimes good, sometimes bad, sometimes hiding something. Thanks for following my blog. Your writing looks very interesting. 4041 on Christmas Island and owned by Japan yet? You have me hooked! Wally

    1. Hi Wally. It’s good to meet you, and thank you. You make a good point on your blog about serial and stand alone posts. I look forward to reading more of your posts.Cheryl

  7. Hello, Cheryl — Welcome to diabeticredemption.com family of readers. I’m thrilled to have a person of your talent as part of our group. If you’d like. please find my Friends page, and tell us all about yourself, your blog, and your amazing stories and illustrations. You are gifted. I’m following you, now. Again, welcome!

    1. Hi Judith, thank you and likewise. You have a very inspiring blog, and it’s good to be a part of that. I look forward to your future posts. Cheryl

    2. Hi Judith, thanks again for inviting me to your friend’s page. Just to let you know I’ve managed to navigate wordpress and am adding a friends links page. I’ll add your site to it. Cheryl πŸ˜€

      1. Thanks, Cheryl! WP can be easy, or very frustrating! I will look forward to your posts coming through! Welcome to the blogosphere!

  8. Hi Cheryl! Thanks for following my blog…I love what you are doing here with your blog. It’s very inspirational. Drawing your own characters must bring you that much closer to them, very good work!

    1. Hi, thank you. What a fantastic location for an artist. I think I’m going to move to Wisconsin! Yes, drawing them only makes me want to write about them more lol, it’s addictive. I love the Nkisi sculpture. Good to meet you! Cheryl

    1. Thank you, Cynthia, I’m glad. (Our subject matter is so different, yours is uplifting and hopeful and inspiring, and mine is well, possibly the opposite of all of those things lol) πŸ˜€

  9. I love your worlds, your people and your illustrations. You seem like a woman unbound.

    1. Hi Abhishek, good to meet you, and thank you too! I really like the design of your site. How did you get the balloons to move independently of the background? I’m looking forward to reading more of your posts! πŸ˜€

      1. Thanks, it’s a very cool theme! Glad you like the stories. As for the art, I’ve been drawing the characters for a while now. Just can’t stop lol!

    1. Hi Siddiqui, yes, actually I’m planning on writing more stories featuring Samira (she’s also in the novels) Katherine De Somme’s mother Kavita is also from India, (Katherine’s father Georges is French but Katherine grew up in India, and her native language is Hindi) Once I’ve finished writing this present series, I may just give Samira a second story, as she has a lot of adventures I have kept secret so far. Thank you, I’m glad you’re enjoying reading, it means a lot.

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