Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 70: The Other Side Part 2

Abouna Panak has brought Heyem Merek with him to The Floating Asylum to prove to her that an Amanojuko conspiracy to take over the world, exists. (See The Other Side Part 1) (CLICK HERE for next chronological story)

Abouna Panak and Heyem Merek, Set in The Floating Asylum, somewhere in The Tasman Sea. (4003)
Abouna Panak and Heyem Merek, Set in The Floating Asylum, somewhere in The Tasman Sea. (4003)

25 thoughts on “Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 70: The Other Side Part 2

  1. OH! DARN IT! I want to know what it is! This is getting VERY good and interesting. The building of drama over the past several stories is excellent! Great job Cheryl! great job!

  2. I’ve read a few of your issues in bits and pieces, but this is just awesome πŸ™‚ I’ll have to start from the very beginning, I think …
    Your writing is quite brilliant, your characters wonderfully gritty, beautiful, and real. I’m sure I’ll have much more praise for you once I work my way through it all.

    1. Thank you, btw Alexand is impressed with your musical instrument collection. (I can’t play anything and wish I could) Glad you like the longer story, πŸ˜€

      1. I remember the story about her missing her fingers because she couldn’t play piano anymore πŸ™‚ I think it was the first one I read.

    2. Oh yes, Love In A Box, one of my favourites, I look forward to writing about Alex and Katherine. πŸ™‚ It’s said that the piano is just as important to Alexand as her own children. I can relate to that obsession. (Although not musically, unfortunately) So do you write your own music?

      1. I try to. I was better when I was a teenager, won a small competition, once. Now, my favourite song that I wrote is one of my talented characters makes up when he’s depressed …
        Alexand and Katherine are my favourites, so far. Do love them – they’re gorgeous.

      2. Is that from Behind Glass? Glad you like Alex and Kat. That makes me very happy. (I’m contemplating moving to their world permanently, bit like the Lawnmower Man! πŸ™‚

      3. Not actually from Behind Glass – from my novel I’m trying (and not getting anywhere quickly :)) to get published conventionally. I could see Pan doing something like that, but he’s never learned an instrument. Hope you enjoy their world πŸ˜€ I love my worlds, but many of them I’m not sure I’d like to move to … a bit twisted, as my Dad says πŸ™‚

  3. You’re writing and illustrations are captivating Cherylmoore. It would be great to read a little more about yourself and what you’re about in your blog. Thank you for recently subscribing to my blog – unfortunately I’ve swapped to self hosting recently and you signed up to the old dashboard. If you’re interested, please subscribe at http://topoftheslushpile.com – thank you!

    1. Thanks Gemma, (may update my about me page some time, but have been so obsessed with losing myself recently..) btw have signed up for your new blog πŸ™‚

  4. hi cheryl! thanks for following my blog πŸ™‚ sry it took me so long to stumble upon ur blog.. but of all the blogs i saw today,this has got to be the best one πŸ™‚ i was myself lookin for some inspiration to start short story section on my blog.
    amazin work,ur a true artist πŸ™‚

  5. hi cheryl, thanks for following my blog.. i must say of all the blogs i have visited todays,your is the one dat i liked the most, amazin work, i was lookin for some inspiration on writin short stories myself.. so this is apt. keep up the work.
    great goin πŸ™‚

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