neelwrites/anddarkturnsthenight/detectivechackomurdermystery/sundayphotofiction/200words/01/10/2018

A DETECTIVE CHACKO MURDER MYSTERY AND DARK TURNS THE NIGHT By Neel Anil Panicker Constable Bose flashed his torchlight inwards. As a beam of light ricocheted off a broken window pane, his bleary eyes caught what looked like human blood. His mind went into a tizzy as he stumbled his way further in.  Something was … Continue reading neelwrites/anddarkturnsthenight/detectivechackomurdermystery/sundayphotofiction/200words/01/10/2018

neelwrites/chemistrywithbiology/shortstory/humour/239words/non-fiction/memoirs/24/09/2018

MY CHEMISTRY WITH BIOLOGY By Neel Anil Panicker Teenaged pangs for boys much like birth pangs  for expectant mothers and exam pangs for students are just that__ a well worn out truism that’s as old as the hills. And so it was with me as I stepped into my teens and found myself palpitating, hyperventilating … Continue reading neelwrites/chemistrywithbiology/shortstory/humour/239words/non-fiction/memoirs/24/09/2018

neelwrites/highonthehighway/sundayphotofiction/threethingschallenge/fowc/fiction/200words/23/09/2018

 HIGH ON THE HIGHWAY By Neel Anil Panicker The interlocutor turned towards Inspector Sharma and began,” Sir, they say they’re driving on NH 24 when suddenly they heard a screeching sound as if a tyre had burst, and then their car wobbled for a while before crashing into the median. The next thing they know … Continue reading neelwrites/highonthehighway/sundayphotofiction/threethingschallenge/fowc/fiction/200words/23/09/2018

neelwrites/troubleinhighseas/TTC/FOWC/SUNDAYPHOTOFICTION/flash/shortstory/200words/16/09/2018

TROUBLE IN THE HIGH SEAS By Neel Anil Panicker  “Damm’t! I should have carried a safety pin.” Seated next to her in the pint sized float, Rajan smiled, his usual trademark nonchalant curl of thick lips. ‘But Sheela, why do you need a safety pin  in the middle of  the ocean?’ From her side of … Continue reading neelwrites/troubleinhighseas/TTC/FOWC/SUNDAYPHOTOFICTION/flash/shortstory/200words/16/09/2018

neelwrites/singingadifferenttune/SPF/flash/fiction/shortstory/200words/10/09/2018

  SINGING A DIFFERENT TUNE (genre/familydrama) Photo copyright – Ceayr By Neel Anil Panicker “So you make bagpipes for a living?  Does that even ensure a living? I mean who buys bagpipes in today’s jet set techno happy genre busting age?” Richard looked across the table at the old man seated across from him in … Continue reading neelwrites/singingadifferenttune/SPF/flash/fiction/shortstory/200words/10/09/2018

neelwrites/love’sslowdeath/ThreeThingsChallenge/flash/storystarter/29/09/2018

LOVE’S SLOW DEATH By Neel Anil Panicker Though unlettered he still loved to call her his Venus. One night, in the initial months of their dating, she had disclosed to him her deep interest in Greek Mythology, especially about Greek Gods and Goddesses. He had listened with rapt attention as if he were a budding … Continue reading neelwrites/love’sslowdeath/ThreeThingsChallenge/flash/storystarter/29/09/2018

neelwrites/God’sdosownedcountry/Keraladiaries/sundayphotofiction/ThreeThingsChallenge/flashfiction/realisticfiction/200words/26/08/2018

A ‘CLICKS FOR KERALA’ INITIATIVE KERALA DIARIES #02  (realistic fiction) ‘GOD’S DISOWNED COUNTRY’ By Neel Anil Panicker “God’s own country? That’s the tagline, right?” Paulose slurps tea from his half broken stain smeared glass, then turning to the man seated beside him, nods his head. ‘God dammed country’s more appropriate’. The question’s rhetorical; does not … Continue reading neelwrites/God’sdosownedcountry/Keraladiaries/sundayphotofiction/ThreeThingsChallenge/flashfiction/realisticfiction/200words/26/08/2018

neelwrites/treasurehunt/ThreeLineTales/flash/fiction/shortstory/178words/24/08/2018

Three Line Tales, Week 134 Three Line Tales, Week 134 https://neelwritesblog.wordpress.com/2018/08/24/neelwrites-treasurehunt-threelinetales-flash-fiction-shortstory-178words-24-08-2018/ https://only100words.xyz/category/three-line-tales/ TREASURE HUNT   By Neel Anil Panicker Stella, her eyes struggling to pierce through the stilting darkness, the only sound being that of her nimble footsteps echoing several times over and stinging into her ears, her heart beats ala massive iron fists slamming onto her … Continue reading neelwrites/treasurehunt/ThreeLineTales/flash/fiction/shortstory/178words/24/08/2018

neelwrites/aloveletter/sixsentencestories/mailbox/wordprompt/storystarter/flash/fiction/23/08/2018

A LOVE LETTER By Neel Anil Panicker Forget people ever writing to him; no living soul had ever left so much as a pithy municipal notice in his tottering black paint smeared apology of a mailbox that hung precariously from an extended pole off his rickety hilltop hut that overlooked the vast expanse of the … Continue reading neelwrites/aloveletter/sixsentencestories/mailbox/wordprompt/storystarter/flash/fiction/23/08/2018

neelwrites/wardingoffevil/sundayphotofictioner/20/08/2018

Sunday Photo Fiction – August 19, 2018 https://sundayphotofictioner.wordpress.com/2018/08/18/sunday-photo-fiction-august-19-2018/ WARDING OFF EVIL By Neel Anil Panicker Joby was a paradox. For us, meaning Sunny and I, he was the raison d’ etre of our happy existences__the lucky charm of our teenaged lives.  For all others, he was the odd one out__the one who shall not be ever … Continue reading neelwrites/wardingoffevil/sundayphotofictioner/20/08/2018