neelwrites/anabstractclue/crime/detectivechacko/storystarter/150words/25/10/018

Written for multiple writing prompts: https://thehauntedwordsmith.wordpress.com/2018/10/24/daily-writing-challenge-24/ Three Line Tales, Week 143 FOWC with Fandango — Abstract AN ABSTRACT CLUE   (genre:crimefiction) By Neel Anil Panicker ‘You see the lone spire that stands apart among a sea of other similarly spaced out but slightly larger ones, you look at the jagged pointed edges of them all that jut out … Continue reading neelwrites/anabstractclue/crime/detectivechacko/storystarter/150words/25/10/018

neelwrites/classice/flash/sixsentencestories/fiction/books/23/10/2018

TO SPOT A CLASSIC By Neel Anil Panicker To be frank, It was with much dislike that Stella opened the oak panelled corner room drawer her grandfather had left behind and to be sure, her first reaction was of regret: a thick coating of dust filled particles wafted out of the spaciously built compartments and … Continue reading neelwrites/classice/flash/sixsentencestories/fiction/books/23/10/2018

For Three Line Tales, Week 141 https://only100words.xyz/category/three-line-tales/ UNMASKED By Neel Anil Panicker “Sometimes we need to wear masks to unmask others’ masks”, declared Rajat as he bent over and looked deep into Radha’s eyes. A trifle nonplussed Radha waited for the voices around their corner cafe table to subside before replying, “So, am I to infer … Continue reading

neelwrites/thequest/ThreeLineTales/FOWC/flash/fiction/05/10/2018

Written for multiple writing prompts: Three Line Tales, Week 140 FOWC with Fandango — Lamppost THE QUEST By Neel Anil Panicker Raphael craned his neck and wondered which one of the several hexagonal card boards that carried in bold rainbow colours the legend EXIT and formed a perfect silhouette against the backdrop of the ever darkening evening … Continue reading neelwrites/thequest/ThreeLineTales/FOWC/flash/fiction/05/10/2018

neelwrites/somefoodforthought/TTC/FOWC/SSS/flash/fiction/169words/24/09/2018

SOME FOOD FOR THOUGHT By Neel Anil Panicker Looking at the children, all four of them, staring at her with expressions that screamed ‘FAMISHED’ in bold capital letter, Shristi realised that she needed to do something, and that too in double quick time if she were to avoid risking to wake up the entire neighbourhood. … Continue reading neelwrites/somefoodforthought/TTC/FOWC/SSS/flash/fiction/169words/24/09/2018

neelwrites/myladymacbethmoment/ThreeThingsChallenge/FFfAW/storystarter/fiction/flash/28/08/2018

MY LADY MACBETH MOMENT?   By Neel Anil Panicker Look at it__a tweenie weenie porcelain doll, a mere statue that sits all day long astride my glass top table near the window that opens to the sea. All it does is grin, and rather cheekily at that. But, is that all? Or, is it that … Continue reading neelwrites/myladymacbethmoment/ThreeThingsChallenge/FFfAW/storystarter/fiction/flash/28/08/2018

neelwrites/anavalancheofmemories/firstlinefriday/fiction/flashfiction/179words/18/08/2018

First Line Friday: August 17th, 2018 https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/19271780/posts/1963801162 Our line for this week is: The sun simmered red as it slunk towards the jagged horizon. AN AVALANCHE OF MEMORIES By Neel Anil Panicker The sun simmered red as it slunk towards the jagged horizon. Watching its slow inevitable fall, the ever fading out orangish tinge  leaving behind … Continue reading neelwrites/anavalancheofmemories/firstlinefriday/fiction/flashfiction/179words/18/08/2018