Katherine waited a week, not expecting to be visited by a future version of Juba Apfvarzian, but after a spate of feeling very sick, there was a knock on her apartment door, and standing there was a man, with dreadlocks, much older than the boy she’d seen performing magic. CLICK HERE for next chronological story.
15 thoughts on “Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 157: Katherine De Somme Part 6”
Very well written! The story pulled me in with both fists in my collar!!
Hi Mary, thank you!
Interest gives rise to the development of the story〜
Thank you dear friend^^
Apart from being a tremendous writer, you really are an amazing artist too Cheryl.Thank you for the latest episode.
xxx Huge Hugs xxx
Thank you, David! 🙂
I am confused as I always am by time travel but that’s the attraction…love this beautiful maze of words and drawings…take me deeper…
Very intriguing. The mystery continues to build. All the impossible events seem totally believable. Great characters. Thanks.
Thank you, Lee!
Hi Cheryl! I really like the slow accretion of meaning and narrative – there’s a real density to this scene – it’s very rich and satisfying (Your characters are so well “drawn”). Love the actual drawings, as always.
Hi Richard, thank you.
Speed is your forte. Restless imagination at work. I did NOT expect the face off so soon.
You make me happy, Cheryl!
Gimme the next!
Thanks, Fayesal, I’ve just written six more stories this weekend, so am about to illustrate them. It’s a very long journey, and I’m glad you’re coming along with me. You make ME happy! 🙂
I wonder how I’d react if I visited a time traveler. This is the closest I think that I’ve come: