Katherine is woken by a familiar voice, after a long journey to reunite with Alexand. This issue is dedicated to my dad who died 19 years ago on 2nd December, a day after my 21st Birthday. My dad was a very clever and talented man and I constantly miss him. This is for you Dad. My stories and my world are dedicated to you. You died before I was old enough to know who you were. I will try to find you in my stories, to go to places far away from this world, to search for you. Maybe one day I’ll know you again. Until then I’ll keep writing. I’ll never forget you. (Happy Birthday to Alexand and Heyem, who were, or will be, born on 2nd December 3966) I have started a personal blog called, Unbound Boxes Limping Gods Behind The Writing, which you are welcome to read. CLICK HERE for next chronological story.
8 thoughts on “Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 166: You’re In the Army Now Part 26”
That was such a touching scene I actually had a tear in my eye. It’s easy to forget sometimes that it’s only a story and set far in the future too.You’re a very talented lady Cheryl. Maybe next post can be a bit more hopeful and bring a smile to my face?
A very nice memorial to your father who you lost too early. I’m sorry, it’s never easy.
xxx Massive Hugs xxx
Hi David, yes, thank you, it’s a bad time of year, but there are a lot of things to be thankful for, including writing. After you asked if I had a more personal blog I thought about it and am now releasing a site called Behind The Writing, in the new year. Thanks again for your support and I’m glad you’re enjoying this series, I promise there will be some respite from this misery in the future! (Not in the next episode unfortunately!)
Hi David, I’ve just started a personal blog, the first post was today, and you’re welcome to read it at http://unboundboxesbehindthewriting.wordpress.com/
You say so much with so few words. Beautiful.
Thank you, Lee.
Hi Cheryl. Wonderful, intensely emotional issue to dedicate to your Dad. He sounds like a great person.
I really like Behind The Writing – is it going to be a regular thing?
Hi Richard, thank you, yes, my dad was a great man, although I’m biased 🙂 He was an engineer and an artist, and I named Alexand’s father after him. I’m going to be posting semi regularly in Behind the Writing (not as regularly as in Unbound boxes though)
You are talented beyond measure. I wish I could take the pain of your father’s loss away, but he lives on in you and in your stories and characters. I am so glad you started your behind the scenes blog. Hopping over there now. My very best to you.