six word story #79

Dark clouds wept. Parched soil rejoiced. This post was written in response to my own Saturday Six Word Story Prompt (6WSP) #49: Rain. Click on the link to read entries from my fellow bloggers. Click here to know more about this challenge.    

six word story #80

Without rain, we wouldn't have rainbows! This post was written in response to my own Saturday Six Word Story Prompt (6WSP) #49: Rain. Click on the link to read entries from my fellow bloggers. Click here to know more about this challenge.    

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

short story #29: Baby Lela’s Adventure – Part 2

Preface: As the title implies, this story is a sequel to short story #28: Baby Lela's Adventure - Part 1. This short story probably may not make much sense as a stand-alone story. Click on the link to read the first part. 🙂 The humans put a round object around both of their necks. Lela … Continue reading short story #29: Baby Lela’s Adventure – Part 2

short story #28: Baby Lela’s Adventure – Part 1

Baby Lela was living a perfectly happy life with her parents and the rest of her monkey community. Deep in the forests, they had plenty of trees to climb, swing from, explore, jump, and do anything their hearts wished to do. Although there was always a looming threat of ending up as a predator's meal, … Continue reading short story #28: Baby Lela’s Adventure – Part 1