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/fridayfictioneers/flash/fiction/100words/24/10/2018

PHOTO PROMPT © Roger Bultot STARTING OUT By Neel Anil Panicker Nishant  looked up and a beam of the smiling sun streaked in through the sky high translucent dome shaped roof. More embarrassed than amused, he shifted his gaze to find myself staring at the huge hexagonal foyer,  at its  multi-hued glass windows, and at … Continue reading neelwrites/fridayfictioneers/flash/fiction/100words/24/10/2018

neelwrites/afishbowlexistence/FFFaw/flash/fiction/shortstory/storystarter/FOWC/TTC/175words/24/10/2018

A FISH BOWL EXISTENCE  (GENRE/REALISTIC FICTION) By Neel Anil Panicker “His will be a fish bowl existence” ‘You mean the gold fish type?’ “Exactly. They’ll lay out the red carpet for him, have him walk down the aisle amidst staggering applause, and then slicing through the high clapping and super shrieks of Hail Hitlers, gingerly … Continue reading neelwrites/afishbowlexistence/FFFaw/flash/fiction/shortstory/storystarter/FOWC/TTC/175words/24/10/2018

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

neelwrites/reducedtomatter/spf/flash/realisticfiction/22/10/2018

REDUCED TO MATTER  (fiction/realistic) By Neel Anil Panicker ‘SIX HEAVILY DECOMPOSED BODIES FOUND; MASS SUICIDE SUSPECTED’. Sebastian slammed the newspaper aside and then launched into a tirade. “It’s not this godforsaken city or its netherland neighbourhoods or even the narrow secluded near dark alleys that spiral out of nowhere. It’s not even the lone decrepit … Continue reading neelwrites/reducedtomatter/spf/flash/realisticfiction/22/10/2018

neelwrites/masks/timetowrite/flash/shortstory/metoo/21/10/2018

WHY WOMEN WEAR MASKS By Neel Anil Panicker ‘You need to wear masks in order to get by in this world.’ It wasn’t the first time Professor Vikram was hearing such a sentiment. But coming from someone whom he had just met, and that too barely an hour ago, it did come as a surprise. … Continue reading neelwrites/masks/timetowrite/flash/shortstory/metoo/21/10/2018

neelwrites/mookambika/TTC/FOWC/Sunday Writing Prompt “Collage Prompt #43/flash/fiction/storystarter/20/10/2018

MOOKAMBIKA (genre:fiction)   By Neel Anil Panicker It was time to leave and Santhript knew that. The all too familiar lump in the throat was getting bigger and bigger. Standing in the bus stand, luggage in hand, his eye caught the mirror that peeped out from among among the array of psychedelic metal cats and … Continue reading neelwrites/mookambika/TTC/FOWC/Sunday Writing Prompt “Collage Prompt #43/flash/fiction/storystarter/20/10/2018

neelwrites/scenestealer/TTC/ThreeLineTales/FOWC/flash/fiction/18/10/2018

SCENE STEALER By Neel Anil Panicker “This is the best scene that I have seen in my entire movie making career, and now it your job to go ahead and find this girl and her dog and make them an offer to star in my upcoming movie, an offer that would make these real stars … Continue reading neelwrites/scenestealer/TTC/ThreeLineTales/FOWC/flash/fiction/18/10/2018

neelwrites/oneforsorrow/firstlinefriday/shortstarter/FOWC/TTC/350words

ONE FOR SORROW, TWO FOR MIRTH… By Neel Anil Panicker “One for sorrow, two for mirth, three for…” ‘Shh…did you hear that?’, Edward pointed his little index finger towards the bushes. Instantly, two pairs of eyes turned around, and followed his bidding. Pin drop silence followed; all could hear was one’s own breathing, and the … Continue reading neelwrites/oneforsorrow/firstlinefriday/shortstarter/FOWC/TTC/350words

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