Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 126: Amanojuko Part 11

Katherine has added Amanojuko blood to a sample of her own. Five minutes have passed but nothing has happened. (CLICK HERE for the beginning of this story) CLICK HERE for next chronological story.

Katherine's backstory set in Professor Sumian's transient laboratory, top secret location (3990)
Katherine’s backstory set in Professor Sumian’s transient laboratory, top secret location (3990)

29 thoughts on “Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 126: Amanojuko Part 11

  1. Cheryl, I have been remiss or just rather overwhelmed at times and since I started using the reader instead of the e mails notices of your posts are somewhat harder to find. Book marked you! I have enjoyed catching up on the story, amongst your other posts… Awesome! 🙂 Thank you for sharing them! Joe 🙂

  2. Hi Cheryl! Your drawings this time blow me away! They’re so uncanny seeming – I love the combination of high tech subject and pencil marks. And I love the depth of the story – I’m so glad you decided to run a long one.

    1. Thanks Richard, it’s good from my perspective to write more about Katherine’s world view from her scientific perspective, and this story gives me the opportunity to share that. It is taking me in loads of different directions, and I still haven’t finished writing it. This is really leading into the beginnings of the story that I was writing when I was 17, (when I first met Alexand) so it’s a bit of a mindblower for me writing it with a more mature brain. I’m really glad you’re enjoying this and I can share it with you.

    1. Hi Stacy, thank you, I’m glad you enjoyed reading this story. I’m also enjoying reading your articles, they’re very positive, especially “I See You,” all the best, Cheryl

  3. I look forward to it when I see a new installment in my in-box. This is totally not my normal genre for reading, but you’ve got me hooked.

    1. Thanks, Helena, glad you’re enjoying reading, btw I found your Facebook page today. LIKE! I hope your friend’s sewage situation has been fixed?

      1. They are in a hotel while the situation is being dealt with — but it’s not looking good. I went over to help on Monday, and the whole basement is going to need to be gutted.

        By the way, you asked me to tell you when the book would be available — please check this out: http://kck.st/1glVja5 it’s a pre-order campaign to raise the funds to do proper promotion. (There are all kinds of options)

      2. Sorry to hear that about your friend, thank you, I’ll check out the link, getting excited, (Other people should check out your work too, I recommend it) and good luck with the promo.

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