Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 78: Margaret McCrimmond

There’s a knock at Margaret’s door, but it’s 2 in the morning and she likes sleep. She has a knitting needle in her hand and an angry temper. If it’s another bleeding highwayman she’ll show them they can’t mess with an old lady in a bad mood. (CLICK HERE for next chronological story)

Margaret's back story, set on The Isle of Skye, Scotland (3993)
Margaret’s back story, set on The Isle of Skye, Scotland (3993)

55 thoughts on “Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 78: Margaret McCrimmond

  1. This is fascinating, I love Margaret’s facial expressions! Maybe I should have written my fiction in issues instead of parts,but it’s a bit late now!

      1. You’re welcome! Yeah I guess it doesn’t matter, I can always change that when the whole thing is finished (it may take a while!) Thank you so much, glad you’re still enjoying it. I love writing it!

  2. I always enjoy the wonderful post thank you because we give presents. I really respect people who think honestly and positively to others. It’s like a wave that is transmitted luck.

  3. Stunning drawing, Cheryl! Love the light touch you’ve used with Margaret. And I always love reading about the GMG – what a fantastic invention he is – written in his gestures.

    1. Thanks, Richard. The GMG is one of my favourites. I wish I could write more about him here, but he has so many secrets I have to keep for the books, I have trouble containing myself sometimes!

    1. Hi Hugo, you’re welcome, I’m enjoying reading your blog because you have a great imagination and aspirations for the future. Good luck with your bucket list btw and thank you so much for stopping by, I’m glad you enjoyed reading. I appreciate it. Cheryl

  4. Thanks so much for the follow! What a cool site! I love your drawings and writing. I used to draw a lot to stimulate creativity in my writing, I need to do it more. Thanks for the inspiration.

    1. Hi Teryn, thank you so much. I enjoyed reading “Your Beautiful World” and thought the photography was stunning. Did you take that photo? Good to meet you. Cheryl

  5. Hey, thanks for the follow, and also: wow!!! I’m always impressed by authors who also dabble in illustrations…though I must say, you do a lot more than just dabble 🙂

  6. I love your blog. The photography is awesome. I have lots to read, and I will. Thank you for the like on The Rayless Universe and being a follower. Keep up the fantastic work.

    1. Hi Ms. Vee, you’re welcome. I also enjoyed reading “Charades” and am looking forward to reading more of your work and posts. Thank you for stopping by. I’m glad you enjoyed reading. Good to meet you. Cheryl

    1. You’re welcome, Wildersoul, and thank you. BTW I love your artwork in the Colouring Book and the detail you put into your sketches. I always loved pen and ink.

    1. Hi Vijaya, you’re welcome, as I’m impressed by your writing and in particular, Loneliness — A Vignette. I’m glad you found your way here too. It’s good to meet you. Thank you for your kind words. I appreciate it. Cheryl

  7. Beautiful, beautiful blog! The stories and illustrations are amazing. Thank you for visiting mine.I will definitely keep up with yours.

  8. A fascinating blog you have here. I will come back and read more. And thank you for the ‘likes’ and follow. Wishing you all the best.

    1. Hi Mica, thank you so much 🙂 Glad you like it. BTW The Dolce & Gabbana collection is stunning, I enjoyed that post, I love the ingenuity and imagination behind the designs.

    1. Hi Juli, thank you 😀 Your Autumn in Glasgow shots are beautiful btw. (I just wish it was Spring here at the moment and not still winter!) Hope your move back to Australia went smoothly, (I’m sure it’s a lot warmer!). Good to ‘meet’ you too. Cheryl

      1. Thanks Cheryl,
        I’m nervous about this one as it’s the first one I’ve done that I haven’t finished before publishing.
        Really glad you like it.

  9. To know that someone of your profound talent and soul is following me is…there is no word. Only, I thank you for having a thousand lives living in you so that you may write them for us.

      1. Thank you Cheryl! Again 😉 I went for quality over quantity and you saw a need 😉 A true creative sees where the gaps need to be filled in. Now I must find out about Georges De Somme 😉 You are quite an inspiration.

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