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/colourblind/ThreeLineTales/fiction/flashfiction/142words/10/09/2018

COLOUR BLIND By Neel Anil Panicker Come weekends and the beach was the go to place for the two as little Stella loved them, those stacks of coloured ball-sized stones, one on top of the other, that rose into the azure blue skies. Making himself comfortable on the sands, her father Tom would keep an … Continue reading neelwrites/colourblind/ThreeLineTales/fiction/flashfiction/142words/10/09/2018

neelwrites/threelinetales/fiction/shortstory/139words/08/03/2018

THE BOOK LOVER By Neel Anil Panicker If one were to ask him the one thing he would love to do all his life, his answer to that would be, and that too without batting an eye__in the library, his nose buried under a pile books. History, Geography Philosophy, Arts, Anthropology, the Sciences, Literature, Religion, … Continue reading neelwrites/threelinetales/fiction/shortstory/139words/08/03/2018

neelwrites/likeabird/ThreeLineTales/fiction/shortstory/145words/27/12/2017

Welcome to Week  of Three Line Tales. Three Line Tales, Week 99 Hosted by SONYA at https://only100words.xyz/2017/12/21/three-line-tales-week-99/ LIKE A BIRD   By Neel Anil Panicker Sheela peered out from her 44 floor penthouse bedroom window at the ever darkening purplish hue that the skies above her had taken, the final dying rays of a distant sun bidding goodbye to earthlings from … Continue reading neelwrites/likeabird/ThreeLineTales/fiction/shortstory/145words/27/12/2017