Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 50: Helga Ritter

After injecting herself with the blood of Ichitumbu Jalhavi, (see Amanojuko Part 4) Helga Ritter stands on her balcony onboard The Floating Asylum, contemplating her own meaning. She is now an immortal and it feels so good. Next to her is fellow scientist, and Amanojuko Lord, Professor Filius Anderson. (Whom Alexand later calls, Dr. Grim) CLICK HERE for next chronological story.

Helga Ritter’s back story, set on The Floating Asylum Ship, somewhere in The Indian Ocean. (3987)

57 thoughts on “Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 50: Helga Ritter

    1. Hi Wally, I’m glad you liked it so much 😀 thank you! These Amanojuko lords and ladies make me shiver! (It’s hard to know how they’re received by people reading this story) I don’t let my antagonists out too often lol.

      1. My “others” are all too calm and questioning. I could use a few with a little life (so to speak) and edge. Maybe I should be careful what I wish for. I think I have seen a few of them wandering around here from time-to-time.

  1. Cheryl, thanks for taking an interest in my announcement to publish “Through the Glass Darkly,” and for following me, as well. Just a cursory look tells me I need to revisit your site and read your work. Are you the artist?

    1. Hi Anna, thanks for reading, I appreciate it. Yes he definitely wants to establish new rules for her now she’s one of the amanojuko. Their thought processes are different to mortals, although they share common memories of being human.

      1. that is so kind of you. these word are for my childhood best friend, Raffaella, who I lost trough the years. thanks to my blog, she found me, with a search in internet and I have her again. I’m so thankful.

  2. I come to thank you for the follow, yet I still curse you with the same breath. I kid, of course. I just wonder where I’ll find the time to read through your complete timeline.Your writing is great and the art is exceptional.

  3. I dropped by to thank you for following my blog, and then decided to stop by and read yours. I’m impressed with both your writing and with you’re blog concept. I’ve been trying to figure out how to post my writing without posting my actual story and you’ve given me some ideas. Thanks!

  4. Thank you for visiting my blog, I am so grateful as it allowed me to discover yours. Oh my what an amazingly talented person you are, your writing is great, but to couple it with such evocative drawings gives it all so much more power.

  5. Cheryl – thanks for the follow. I came here to get a glimpse of your work. You have a wonderful writing styled and your illustrations are so very good. Continue the good work you do. . .


  6. Thanks for following my blog. 🙂
    I was astonished when I saw your blog! You are really talented and gifted!!! Love your writing and your drawings! I’m really impressed!

  7. I feel inspired. I read your stories and see your art, and I feel incredibly inspired. You see, I’ve always wanted to do something like this. I want to illustrate stories, but my drawings aren’t up to par. They don’t look like how I want them to look. But this, this is great. 😀

  8. Your blog is what I envision mine to be one day. It is incredible. Beauitful writing, artwork, the way you link the stories and connections to characters and places together so it doesn’t matter where you come in.. I think I love your mind.

  9. Hi, Cheryl — Thanks for following my blog. It’s a treat for me to know an excellent writer and artist like you would spend time reading my stories. I hope you meet your publishing goals.

  10. I’m constantly surprised and delighted at how you manage to change tack so convincingly with each post, while retaining your voice and the thread of the narrative. It’s brilliant and this one’s deliciously sinister!

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