Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 113: You’re In The Army Now Part 3

Alexand has taken Katherine to a deserted beach in Hong Kong, to give her a break from her endless research. They sit on the sand together, staring out to sea. CLICK HERE for next chronological story.

Alexand's backstory set in Tai Long Wan beach, Hong Kong (3990)
Alexand’s backstory set in Tai Long Wan beach, Hong Kong (3990)

22 thoughts on “Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 113: You’re In The Army Now Part 3

    1. Ah, there’s so much I wish I could tell you, but I have to be so secretive when it comes to Katherine’s fate….All I can say is I love her as if she was my own wife, and I feel all the pain Alex is experiencing at this moment. I wish I could change the future…I wish I could tell you more, and YES that’d be fantastic to spotlight this story, Helena, A BIG ThanKYou!

    1. Hi John, thank you, that means a lot. (I tried to comment on Desert Dream, but am having probs with the login, I’m not very technically minded! But I love your imagination and ingenuity. It’s one of my favourites.) Glad you like this too.

    1. Hi Vera, Katherine would be so amazed that people love her (she spends a lot of time alone in her laboratory doubting herself.) She would be overwhelmed you care so much about her. (I’m pleased too, and very happy for Katherine) I wish I could say more about her fate, but SPOILERS!! I’m really trying hard to avoid them! (Katherine says hi.)

    1. Glad I could take you there with them, Mary, I hope you enjoy reading the rest of this story. Thank you! (And also, I hope you got the comment I left on your blog safely? I’m having problems with WP today so in case it didn’t post properly, I think your work is gorgeous and very rich in texture and colour. Beautiful work, I particularly like the Jordan Pond work.)

      1. Thanks Cheryl, I did receive your nice comment – really appreciate it! The composition/design to your work is really nice and I love that your stories are totally you from writing to illustrations. Wonderful writer, that’s hold the audience.

  1. Hi Cheryl. I’m really glad you’ve written a long series – it’s so nice that you can tease the story out – and lay the emotional building blocks for what’s to come. Katherine’s father sounds fascinatingly awful. Your drawings are beautiful. They capture that “two of us against the world” feeling perfectly.

    1. Hi Richard, thank you, yes this story means a lot to me so I’m really pleased I can share it with you. It’s been around for a few decades (Inside my head and in various written forms) but actually being able to illustrate it and put it into context with the rest of the stories, I’d say this is the most precious work so far and integral to the wider story. I still haven’t completed the final stories for this series, although I know what happens they haven’t been written and that’s terrifying and exciting. It makes it a lot easier knowing that you and everyone who reads is going with me on the journey too. Thank you.

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