Substituted salt for sugar. Revenge accomplished. Written in response to the Sometimes Stellar Storyteller Six Word Story Challenge prompt: Wicked Thanks to Nicola Auckland for hosting this amazing challenge! 🙂 The Sometimes Stellar Storyteller Six Word Story Challenge is a weekly prompt for flash fiction writers. A new prompt is posted every Saturday morning at 9 am GMT. To know more… Continue reading six word story #2: Wicked
When all else failed, music worked. © 2017 Shweta Suresh. All rights reserved. Image courtesy: Pixabay It's the start of a new series on My Random Ramblings - six word stories! Do let me know what you thought of this. It is quite hard to convey so much in six words, but I'll keep trying… Continue reading six word story #1
Hello everyone, If you've been following my blog regularly, you'd have known that I was on a break from blogging for a while. But I'm back. I know I've been neglecting this blog a lot lately - I've got so many comments to reply to and I've missed reading a lot of posts on other… Continue reading Breaktime’s over. I’m back!
It's been over two weeks since the challenge came to an end but unfortunately, I'd been unable to properly respond to all the comments and read other blogs since the last week of April. But I'm back and the next tiny tale will be up as soon as I've finished replying to all the previous… Continue reading #AtoZChallenge 2017 – Reflections
" Mommy, why didn't the car stop? You are supposed to stop your car on a zebra crossing. My teacher said that it's the rule. Everyone should follow the rule, shouldn't they? Turn why didn't he follow the rule, mommy? " As usual, the mother had to think for a while before answering her seven-year-old… Continue reading #AtoZChallenge: Zebra crossing (tiny tale #33)
"Stop crying. I won't buy you the balloon. You have to learn that you can't always have what you want", said the mother to her daughter. "That's true", the orphaned balloon seller thought to himself. © 2017 Shweta Suresh. All rights reserved. Author’s Note: I’m busy preparing for an upcoming exam. (Brushing up on four years… Continue reading #AtoZChallenge: You can’t always have what you want.. (tiny tale #32)
"Okay. Who can tell me the value of x in this question?", asked the teacher. As her students raced to be the first to solve the problem, the young teacher's memories took her back to the time when she was a student… (A flashback to 20 years before the present day) "Swati, have you been… Continue reading #AtoZChallenge: X? (tiny tale #31)