Three Line Tale #19: A cloud on the horizon

Even as a kid, he used to love solving puzzles and jigsaws. That ability had boosted his career as a homicide detective. Yet he found himself unable to solve life's latest puzzle for him - love. This post was written in response to the Three Line Tales, Week 225 prompt by Sonya. Thanks to Sonya for … Continue reading Three Line Tale #19: A cloud on the horizon

tiny tale #74: A Sight to Behold

Rick and Kate watched their little girl, their eyes following her every moment.Their entwined hands gripped each other a little more tighter.They watched her look around in delight at the majestic tree that stood in the middle of the clearing.For a while, Amy sat on the bench, but she couldn't sit still for long.Rick and … Continue reading tiny tale #74: A Sight to Behold

tiny tale #73: When push comes to shove

Aditi and Arjun were more than a handful to manage. Ayesha loved her twin babies but sometimes they drove her crazy. Today, they wanted to try the huge slide that was a new addition to their neighbourhood park. As always, Ayesha fell for their puppy dog eyes and the three set off to the park. … Continue reading tiny tale #73: When push comes to shove

short story #14: The Frog Prince

Amphi was the youngest of the royal litter. With his olive-green spotted skin and long webbed feet, he was quite a looker. Being the youngest and the only male among the royal offspring, his parents and his sisters were fiercely protective of him. Since he was way too young for frog school, he stayed in … Continue reading short story #14: The Frog Prince

tiny tale #72: Confused

Ayesha stared at the faded recipe. Was it 1tbsp of salt or 1tsp? Cooking always confused her! (17 words) This tiny tale was written in response to the Sammi Cox's Weekend Prompt. The challenge is to write a poem or piece of prose using the word "Fade" (or any of its forms) in exactly 17 … Continue reading tiny tale #72: Confused