Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 60: Mr. Ash

Mr Ash is head National Guard working for Lord Anum Anzeti, Dala Hesa, and ruler of Earth One. (See issue 19: Anum Anzeti) Ash has sworn an oath of celibacy, but he is frustrated and angry. He can’t remember a time as a civilian, as he was indoctrinated into the service as a boy. It’s his job to relay orders to a tricky character, a genie, and Lord Anzeti’s pet, known to some as, The Guild Master’s General. (See Issue 40: The Guild Master’s General Part 2) CLICK HERE for next chronological story.

Mr. Ash’s back story, set in London (Formerly Hampshire) England (6459)

29 thoughts on “Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 60: Mr. Ash

  1. Cheryl

    I’m not much good at writing science fiction,-indeed, perhaps not good at writing anything, but my Beechmount writing corner is made up of many different things-translations-poetry (????) short posts, flash fiction and short stories. The idea you have, of publishing your stories a little at a time, and different stories at different times, but continuations to a previous parts has a certain appeal to me. I may just begin a second blog, dedicating that to short stories
    only, and publishing them little by little as I write them. I have four on the go right now, and I’m thinking these could be used as a start.
    As usual, I love your writing and graphics.

    Cheers
    Kenny

    PS I’m on facebook- look for Kenny Beechmount, of you are interested

    1. Hi Kenny, I’d love to read them when you’ve published them, please let me know the link to your new blog once it’s available. Once again thanks for taking the time to read. I appreciate it. (I’ll FB you!) Cheryl

  2. I can feel a connection, but I found it hard to grasp what was happening (probably a lack of back-story on my behalf).
    Silly thing, but it’s Skull, not Scull… 🙂

    1. I couldn’t post that on wordpress! (Ash is one of the characters in manuscript 2, The Guild Master’s General. Hopefully one day it’ll be published.)

  3. I must admit I did not read any back story, just this one excerpt. but I am intrigued enough to start at issue #1. A very rich character.

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