Katherine and Inajda returned to Inajda’s shack, but there are footsteps outside. Inajda grabs her gun, in case the Amanojuko have found their hideout.
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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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9 thoughts on “Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories: Issue # 303: Afterlife Part 3”
The story continues. I love characters who must confront themselves from the future or the past. A wonderful use of possibilities and imagination. Very exciting!!
Thanks, Lee. I have to be careful not to reveal too much, when introducing future characters, but you can learn a lot about a person when she/he’s confronted by her/himself. I’m keeping most of these encounters in the books (not yet released) but wanted to introduce future versions to you, as they are so essential to the makeup of this world. I’m glad you’re enjoying reading 🙂 I’m excited to be able to release stories involving future selves. There’s more to come…
You are amazing Cheryl, your art and writing never fails and each posting is a gem…
Thank you for all your support over the years, John. This is an obsession really, and I’m glad I can share it!
Intriguing stuff. I’m looking forward to spending some time reading and enjoying the illustrations.
Thank you, Thonie!
Of course I read this in the wrong order. I finished the forest portion and found the link to this one, beginning in the cabin. I read this novel/post years ago (probably 3?) and had a little difficulty following it. Part of it was due to it’s evocative nature–quite intuitive–which also has less narrator intrusion. You are an artist in the fullest sense of the word, with your sketches supplementing the text.
I’ll look forward to reading more of your very creative posts.
Hi Jay. Thanks for stopping here again, after all that time. I’m thinking about alternative ways of presenting these stories, to enable a more streamline read, but I’m glad you’ve enjoyed what you’ve read. Thank you