Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 38: Heyem Merek Part 2

Doctor Heyem Merek, takes pride in her achievements, and likes to be in control of her life. Unfortunately her identical twin sister, Alexand has asked to meet with her at work (on a matter of urgency.) Heyem is nervous about the other lecturers and students learning too much about her background. She has no idea what Alexand wants, but she is going to make every effort to prepare for social war. CLICK HERE for next chronological story.

Heyem Merek, Hong Kong, China (4003)

68 thoughts on “Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 38: Heyem Merek Part 2

    1. Hi Doug, and thank you! You’re welcome to visit again. The Story Timeline tab gives you the stories in order of date, (if ever you fancy reading them in order) Good to meet you. (And thank you for reblogging Heyem’s story, she’s most excited about it) Cheryl

    1. Hi, Janna, thank you. Your Full Moon story is very atmospheric, I really enjoyed reading it. Yes, I love drawing them, but it takes longer than I’d like! (The stories come first, then I work out the drawings later) It’s good to meet you. Cheryl

  1. have explored your site a little – would need a week to read it all – so rich and multi-layered – I’m so very impressed by your writings and artwork. I am honoured by your visit and Follow at art rat cafe, coming from someone with such enormous creative ability your support means a lot to me…

  2. Thank you for sharing your great drawings and stories. I’ve enjoyed reading some parts. I will come back for more, later.

  3. thankyou for visiting my blog! I find yours absolutely stunning, your artwork is out of this world! I will start reading some of the issues, I could probably get lost in them 🙂

    1. Hi, you have a very unusual and imaginative blog. I need to do this manually, lol, the wordpress thingy is messing up responses! Thank you, I appreciate it. I think your writing is fantastic BTW and people should go and visit. I love your poetry. Good to meet you! Cheryl

      1. No problem! 😀 The stories are based on characters from my unpublished manuscripts. I’m hoping to get them published one day, but it’s rewarding writing this way. I’d recommend it!

  4. The first thing to attract me was the picture you use for your profile. When I got here, your illustrations blew me away. I haven’t even started reading yet! 🙂
    Thanks for visiting my poetry too – interesting to see who likes what, isn’t it?

    1. Hi Julia, thank you, and yes, I’m looking forward to reading more of your poems. I really loved Butterfly. I’m glad you like the illustrations here. 😀

  5. Thank you for liking my post “Hiaku Grace” and for deciding to follow “Unwalled”, I am truly honored………your blog is very interesting and I think your artwork is phenomenal!……..all the best……Kim

  6. Cheryl, this is fascinating! I knew I was going to be stuck stalking your characters, from the second I laid eyes on Heyem. Her vapid ego centric gorgeousness is my brand of crazy. Thanks a lot! I should be working on my stuff. 😉 It is a deviation that I’m sure I will enjoy.

    1. Thank you, Heyem is flattered she has a stalker, it’s boosted her ego even more… btw The Lusting is an awesome poem, and people should go and read your work, you’re very talented. (Heyem says hi,)

    1. Thanks, Apurva, she’s based on a real life person, so she’s pretty real to me also 🙂 Glad you like Heyem, she’s secretly one of my favourites, and I LOVE writing for her!

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