Three Line Tale #37: Overcompensating…

Aditi sighed as she stared at the huge bundle of toys that fell out from the cupboard as soon as she opened it.There were enough toys to fill a toystore, and then some, courtesy of family and friends, but sadly she couldn't just convince them that smothering her little son with toys wasn't going to … Continue reading Three Line Tale #37: Overcompensating…

six word story #97

She chose working overtime over family... This post was written in response to my own Saturday Six Word Story Prompt (6WSP) #59: Family. Click on the link to read entries from my fellow bloggers. Click here to know more about this challenge.    

six word story #96

Family - much more than blood ties. This post was written in response to my own Saturday Six Word Story Prompt (6WSP) #59: Family. Click on the link to read entries from my fellow bloggers. Click here to know more about this challenge. I just managed to pull off 200+ days worth of a writing streak … Continue reading six word story #96

Three Line Tale #30: The best washing machine ever!

The little family of three had stepped into the home appliances store with the sole intent of buying a brand new washing machine and they had chosen one at last after much deliberation.They had been waiting for their faithful old semi-automatic machine to breathe its last before upgrading it, and at last, the onslaught of … Continue reading Three Line Tale #30: The best washing machine ever!

short story #30: Déjà vu

The little brick house was the first and the only one that her father had built. Amala and her parents had turned the small house into a beautiful home. They had been extremely happy…until a freak accident snatched her father away from them. His death hit them hard - emotionally and financially. Amala and her … Continue reading short story #30: Déjà vu