Inajda and Alexand materialise in a forest, in Russia. Inajda leads Alexand down a pathway towards a place, which will help explain why she has been absent from Alexand’s life for so long. (CLICK HERE for the beginning of this long story) (CLICK HERE for next chronological story)
Published by cherylmoore
I am a writer and illustrator, living in Southern England. The writer gives life to a story, but the reader keeps it alive.
View all posts by cherylmoore
20 thoughts on “Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 128: Amanojuko Part 12”
I feel like I must be missing something here. Why has Alexand’s mother taken them to Russia? Did I miss a issue?
Hi Helena, yes I think you’ve missed this episode 🙂 http://wp.me/pXe9M-IA
Thank you! 😀
Great story. excellent drawings.
xxx Huge Hugs xxx
Thanks, David! 😀
I want a ‘writer’…seems like a brilliant futurist technological tool…capable of many things…love the humanist aspects of your story and always the art…you are one talented woman Cheryl…I enjoy and enjoy…
I wish I had a writer too 😀 Thanks John, as always your encouragement and support (especially with a large project like this one) means a great deal to me) I’m glad you’re enjoying reading.
BTW I hope my comment on “Just Spring” got to you safely, I’m having problems with WP today, :O
Story of a Human ～
Ahead is fun
Thank you! 😀
The characters in your stories are like old friends – very real.
Thanks, Lee, they’re like friends and family to me too.
Hi Cheryl! I love how you’ve captured the family dynamic, even though Alex and Inajda have spent so little time together. Love the drawing to bits – is that from life? It reminds me of Bedgebury.
Thanks Richard, yes, Alex and Inajda are trying to build some kind of relationship in this story, it’s exciting for me to write about them at this stage. It’s not Bedgebury Park, but Alice Holt Woodland Centre is just down the road.
I’m always happy to another installment in my inbox.
Thanks, Ruth! 😀
Thanks for reading! I enjoy your work as ell. beebee
Likewise, Beebee, thank you!