neelwrites/freedom-myfoot/essay/24/09/2018

I AM SORRY, I’M NOT FREE TO ANSWER THAT! By Neel Anil Panicker  Freedom. The Oxford English dictionary defines this seven letter word as the “power or right to act, speak, or think as one wants”. It also goes forth and says freedom is also a countable noun implying that there are various kinds of … Continue reading neelwrites/freedom-myfoot/essay/24/09/2018

neelwrites/insidethemindofaserialkiller/chapterone/episodeone/TTC/FOWC/SATURDAYMIX/15/09/2018

INSIDE THE MIND OF A SERIAL KILLER (CHAPTER ONE/SCENE ONE) THE BODY COUNT BEGINS By Neel Anil Panicker ‘I was angry. So I killed them.’ Despite the wintry cold, hot beads of sweat began to run down Inspector Sharma’s temple. He shook his head in one rapid motion and moved towards the haggard looking man … Continue reading neelwrites/insidethemindofaserialkiller/chapterone/episodeone/TTC/FOWC/SATURDAYMIX/15/09/2018

neelwrites/love,lust,longing/ThreeThingsChallenge/crime/fiction/flash/episodeone/inspectorsharmacrimefictionseries/02/09/2018

BLACKMAIL (genre/crime fiction) By Neel Anil Panicker The sound of car tyres screeching on the rough asphalt made Rita sit up. He was going out, again! The third time since morning; his first after the threat. The word ‘threat’ made her break out in cold sweat. She bolted upright, raised her arms and extricated the … Continue reading neelwrites/love,lust,longing/ThreeThingsChallenge/crime/fiction/flash/episodeone/inspectorsharmacrimefictionseries/02/09/2018

neelwrites/ACATMASTERCLASS/ThreeThingsChallenge/fiction/realisticfiction/CATology/30/08/2018

A CAT MASTERCLASS   (realistic fiction) By Neel Anil Panicker Professor Kumar was not a firm believer in the predictive powers of first impressions. Long years spent whizzing in and out of innumerable classrooms had wizened him up to the harsh reality that appearances could be, and usually are, deceptive. And so it wasn’t a case … Continue reading neelwrites/ACATMASTERCLASS/ThreeThingsChallenge/fiction/realisticfiction/CATology/30/08/2018

neelwrites/fishingintroubledwaters/flash/fiction/shortstory/flashfictionforaspiringwriters/12/06/2018

FISHING IN TROUBLED WATERS By Neel Anil Panicker The splash of waters could be heard even from a distance. Sitting on the bench, ringed by a circular parapet, Imtiaz  and Asma watched their kids___eight year old Latif and five year old Azma_dipping their fingers in the froth filled waters and squealing  in delight every time … Continue reading neelwrites/fishingintroubledwaters/flash/fiction/shortstory/flashfictionforaspiringwriters/12/06/2018

neelwrites/sleepingwiththeenemy/shortstory/fiction/flashfiction/instashorts/510words/02/06/2018

SLEEPING WITH THE ENEMY By Neel Anil Panicker “Up around the corner” was his standard reply. That was how he stonewalled all her queries. That was the staccato reply she received every single time she asked him in the month or so they had known each other, having met rather serendipitously at the zoo. “I … Continue reading neelwrites/sleepingwiththeenemy/shortstory/fiction/flashfiction/instashorts/510words/02/06/2018

neelwrites/light/prisiondiaries/escapefromhell/fiction/shortstory/mindloversmisery/22/05/2018

PRISON DIARIES_IN SEARCH OF LIGHT     By Neel Anil Panicker In prison, life unfolds in excruciatingly slow motion. The first week of my incarceration was hell. Harshly extricated from a world where a walk in the park, yoga on the mat, three hour business meetings with similar other suits, digging teeth into the best of … Continue reading neelwrites/light/prisiondiaries/escapefromhell/fiction/shortstory/mindloversmisery/22/05/2018