Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 43: Ma’am Alamandez

The Amanojuko have promised Maโ€™am Alamandez immortality, if she obeys their laws and works as a Madam in The House of Plenitude and Mirth. All she has to do is dull down the children and break down any who are too bright. (Eldenath Balsara is one of the residents inside The House of Plenitude and Mirth, along with Samuel Merevija.) CLICK HERE for next chronological story.

Ma’am Alamandez’s back story, set in Louisiana, USA, (4039)

46 thoughts on “Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 43: Ma’am Alamandez

  1. I’m so glad you came to my site, and I was able to see your work. So unique and talented. This particular post has me wanting to read more about this dystopia, as I see it. There is that thread of truth here in a fictional world… I am looking forward to exploring your website.

      1. Thank you! I put a link to your site on my (poetry) sites page. I do not get too much traffic, but maybe one day when I can dedicate more time (and get out of this confining office). I’m looking forward to when your work gets published. ๐Ÿ˜€

      2. ๐Ÿ˜€ Thank you!!! (I’m going to start a links page soon, so will add your site there once it’s running) ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. I love your Idea. Short stories on different characters set before your novel, simply amazing. I really like the illustrations and look forward to reading more about these interesting characters. Thanks also for following my blog.


      1. Hi Cheryl,

        You’re welcome, I’m glad to hear your enjoying my book The Omega Existence. The cover design took me some time to decide on, I hope it gives a good representation of the book.

        Seth. (spelt my own name wrong earlier, whoops)

      2. yeah, I took a few different images I had found and meshed it out. It took me way too long, but I’m glad to hear it works.

        Hahaha, I just realised when I saw your reply. Damn dodgy laptop keyboard must be getting too much use ๐Ÿ™‚

      3. ๐Ÿ˜€ lol, yep computers eh! Well it’s a powerful cover, and does your work the justice it deserves. Good luck with the novel, I’ll be looking out for new posts.

  3. I like your emails – small segments of ongoing stories (not too long) — very exciting — great imagery in words and graphics. Truly unique.

  4. Your site is fascinating! I’m anxious to sit down and read further. Thanks for checking out my blog because now I’ve found yours! Do you do the illustrations as well? They’re incredible.

    1. Thank you, and likewise! I love your photography. Yes the illustrations are mine, glad you like them. I’m looking forward to reading and viewing more of your work too!!

    1. Thank you, so much!!! You have a very clever blog, that people can get trapped inside! I’ll add you to my thankies page and once again THANK you!!! ๐Ÿ˜€

  5. Thank you for following my blog. Your illustrations are haunting and evocative. The one that goes with this is amazing and when reading the piece with it I kept thinking of ‘Never Let Me Go’ & ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’. This blog is a great reminder of how much talent is out there.

    1. Hi Hassan, thank you, I’m glad you like the stories! I’m really enjoying reading your poetry. “Wallow” is very lyrical, and beautifully written. It’s good to meet you.

  6. Thanks for following MoE’s art, you have a very interesting site, I look forward to seeing more of your work, kind regards, Gregory.

    1. Thank you, I’m glad the characters translate to art. BTW you have some beautiful photography. Do you mainly take photos in Southern California?

  7. I’ll say it again, shuch powerfully developed characters.

    She’s so frighteningly staunch, oppressive and singleminded. The subjugation of other’s minds by her will is all she lives for. She’s a parasite.

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