Alex attempts to protect Heyem from the bandits.
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I am a writer and illustrator, living in Southern England. The writer gives life to a story, but the reader keeps it alive.
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17 thoughts on “Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 221: Homeland Part 3”
Hello Cheryl !
Another great story, as usual. Also wanted to let you know…I finally made another drawing. It’s a portrait. First drawing in quite awhile. I’ll post it on my old blog after the weekend because I can’t run the risk of the person seeing it before they receive it for a Christmas gift.
Keep up the great work!
Hi Mark, thank you, do you have the link to your artwork, as I’d love to see it, but I’m having problems finding it (I have no sense of direction) I’m glad you’re drawing again. Looking forward to seeing it. All the best for Christmas, Cheryl.
Here you go Cheryl. I hope this link works. I just published it today and will probably take it down within the next day or two.
Thanks, Mark, it was worth the wait 🙂
Thank you very much Cheryl! Appreciate the kind words. i have another drawing that will be posted next week and it’s not a portrait. Have a great Christmas holiday and a Happy New Year! Keep up the great writing too!
I’m glad you’re drawing again, you have a good Christmas too!
wow Cheryl, heavy front line presence, has me captivated, never a dull moment in your world…
Thanks, John, yes it’s getting a bit hectic! Hope you have a good Christmas, all the best, Cheryl.
I’m on tenterhooks again. You do my blood pressure no good at all Cheryl.
xxx Huge Hugs xxx
Sorry to do that to you, David. Actually it’s probably a good time to look away, as well… I won’t give too much away about the next episode. Hope you have a good Christmas and New Year. Thank you again for all your encouragement.
Fantastic action-packed issue! Love the drawing, Cheryl.
Thanks, Richard, have a good Christmas and all the best for the New Year.
Thanks, Cheryl. Have a great Christmas and new year.
Wonderful story and artwork!
it was my pleasure!
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