#AtoZChallenge: Terror (six word story #31)

Bloodcurdling screams... Gunshots. Silence... Terror reigned. Image courtesy: Sushant Suresh Here are the links to my #AtoZChallenge posts from last year. Click on any letter to read the corresponding tiny tale. ūüėÉ A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W … Continue reading #AtoZChallenge: Terror (six word story #31)

Justice: Is it too much to ask for?

Before I start, let me make something very clear. There are many decent men out there in this world. Yes, I know that. This post is not about or meant for any of them. #MeToo was a sensational status that stirred up quite a storm on Facebook and Twitter. There were millions to talk about … Continue reading Justice: Is it too much to ask for?

tiny tale #41: Murder, Mystery… #MicroMondays

No signs of forced entry. But there was a criminal. The body on the floor was proof of that! Fingerprints, witnesses - none. But the janitor's freely¬†volunteered alibi¬†cracked the case wide open. A 33-word story written in response to the #MicroMondays edition 2 prompt: "But there was a criminal." hosted by Namy and Varad. Click … Continue reading tiny tale #41: Murder, Mystery… #MicroMondays

#AtoZChallenge: Killing spree (tiny tale #18)

With the grace and poise of an experienced hunter, she unleashed the weapon of her choice on her victims. Her victims fell to the ground one by one, until none remained. Satisfied, she put down her weapon and took a quick look at the fallen victims... at the heap of dead mosquitoes spread across the … Continue reading #AtoZChallenge: Killing spree (tiny tale #18)

The Release..

Desolate, she rocked back and forth in her armchair, Staring at the fir trees silhouetted against the moonlit sky Her thoughts scarpering before reason, like the wavering tendrils of her hair, Picking through the ruins of a life left low, dry. Memories, old and new, dull, bright, and wistful, Flashed before her eyes with raw … Continue reading The Release..