Doctor Filius Anderson has successfully caused a rat to grow back a severed tail by changing its molecular coding. The tail regrew into a completely new rat, with identical DNA to the original. Filius has great dreams for the human race, but is hampered by the morality of his colleagues. (One of those being Georges De Somme) CLICK HERE for next chronological story.
34 thoughts on “Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 51: Filius Anderson”
Your writing is great!
Hi Mark, thank you, (I love your new drawing, “Abandoned” it’s very atmospheric) Thanks for stopping by again, I appreciate it. Cheryl.
I’m glad somebody liked it. I only liked the tree LOL!
Frighteningly plausible. Agree with Mark, great writing.
Hi Cheryl, It’s my pleasure to have nominated you for the ‘Wonderful Team Member Readership Award’. For all details please visit my blog – art rat cafe. Thank you and I hope you can accept…
Hi John, thank you so much, I’m really honoured. I’ll be looking through the award rules and adding it (and those people I’ve nominated) to this thanks page over the next week, as the rules state. Once again thank you, I have a lot to think about this week. Best wishes Cheryl.
You are more than welcome Cheryl, you certainly deserve recognition…
Hello Cheryl! Thanks so much for following T’Arthead. Very happy to return the compliment.
Hi, you’re welcome, some great black and white photography on your blog. Thanks for visiting here too!
that above is powerful, the dialogue hit home, the reality and possibilities merge with human emotions in a way that made me say… its a blog worth following
that said, thanks for passing by my blog…will be on yours often
Likewise, Mo, thank you. I’m impressed with your flash fiction. Good to meet you. Cheryl
Love the economy of this – great episode!
Thanks Richard! 😀
Love your illustrations!
Hi Alyscia, thanks, I appreciate it. BTW good luck on the The Shawn Mason Spence Show tonight. Hope all goes well. Cheryl
Thank you 🙂
This is great!
how do you create such illustrations? but some illustrations frightened me …nice work
Thank you, yes some are a little bleak, lol. Thanks for stopping by, I appreciate it. Cheryl 😀
Nice Drawings, very good !
Hi Elly, thank you!
Thank you for following vb’s reverbs and for introducing me to your writing and illustrations–nice work.
You’re welcome and likewise! Cheryl
Wow just started looking at your blog amazing can’t wait to read some more
Hi Kristina, thanks for taking the time to read, I appreciate it. Good to meet you. Cheryl
beautiful stories. I am so inspired by them and that’s why I follow u. check out mine too @ http://hopethefeminist.blogspot.com/.
I love your post because they give me food for thought – in a global culture that got eaten by reality tv… thank you for that!
Hi Lena (or do you prefer Ruth?) I’m fascinated by your life story, so to have you read these fictional stories and find them interesting is a great delight for me. Thank you, it means a lot, and it’s good to meet you. Cheryl
Excellent writing Cheryl!
I still have to go through the rest of your posts,but believe me,I am already a fan!
Hi, Nabadip, thank you, it’s good to meet you! Cheryl