Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 164: Twinhood Part 1

Katherine and Alex sit in an army carriage, along with Heyem and Farokh, heading back to Saskatoon Military base. CLICK HERE for next chronological story.

Alexand's backstory, set in India, (3990)
Alexand’s backstory, set in India, (3990)

10 thoughts on “Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 164: Twinhood Part 1

  1. You’re very gifted Cheryl. Your characters really come to life under your pen.You deserve to find publication which is also my way of saying I’d love to be able to read a happy/successful ending.
    I’m actually amazed you don’t blog about yourself too. What you do, who you are etc.
    xxx Massive Hugs xxx

    1. Thanks David, maybe one day, although I much prefer writing about other people (even though they’re imaginary) I’m glad you’re enjoying this as much as I do writing. It’s the ultimate form of escaping from myself! I did try writing a blog once but I think it lasted for about three posts until I got bored of me! Thank you, your support as ever means a lot.

    1. Thanks, Richard. Yes, Heyem is back to being her fabulous self in this issue! I really missed her and I’m so glad she’s chosen to spend time with her family, so we get to catch up with her. (I really enjoy the drama she injects into the mix and the way Alexand (and Katherine) respond to that.)

  2. This definitely deserves to be in a book, not only in an online publication. Such fantastic drawings and story, they take one’s breath away. The story is fascinating and character drawings reveal their emotions and their nature. Great works of art and highly saturated and intense story telling, that is rare and unique.

  3. Hi Cheryl, Long time since i’ve visited but you are amazing as ever. This post was particularly moving…I loved the twin aspect, something I know a thing or two about personally. Very, very good. Great writing and the drawings are of course superb as always.


    pam wagner

    1. Hi Pamela, good to see you again, and thank you. Yes Heyem and Alex have a complicated relationship, and I’m glad I could write an issue where they’re closer than you’ve read before now.

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