six word story #52

Ignored her hunger. Fed her children. This post was written in response to my own Saturday Six Word Story Prompt (6WSP) #4: Unconditional love. Click on the link to know more about this challenge and to read entries from my fellow bloggers. Please click here to read the six word stories that I've previously published on … Continue reading six word story #52

six word story #50: The startling mid-flight announcement

Anyone onboard with a pilot license?This post was written in response to Fandango's One Word Challenge for the day: anyone. Click on the link to know more about this challenge and to read entries from my fellow bloggers.Please click here to read the six word stories that I've previously published on this blog.Please don't hesitate … Continue reading six word story #50: The startling mid-flight announcement

tiny tale #65: Nia and her forgetful grandma

The elevator stopped on the thirteenth floor with a lurch. Thanks to the built-in safety feature, the elevator had stopped at the nearest floor when the power went off.Just a few minutes ago, Nia had received a call from a very panicked Grandma Agnes.Grandma had misplaced her glasses. Again!Nia rushed to her grandma's apartment. Good … Continue reading tiny tale #65: Nia and her forgetful grandma

tiny tale #61: The nature reserve

The scene before them was alarming. In place of the foot trail, now there was a dirt road. Soon it would be a highway, or so they had heard the forest ranger say. The nature reserve would no longer be theirs alone. They'd have to share it with the humans. So, do you have any … Continue reading tiny tale #61: The nature reserve

six word story #49

2.1 km separated hope from reality. This post was written in response to my own Saturday Six Word Story Prompt (6WSP) #2: hope. In the early hours of 7th September 2019, what was expected to be a historic moment for ISRO turned into a nightmare. At a height of 2.1km above the lunar surface, Vikram … Continue reading six word story #49