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/apocalypse/fridayfictioneers/kerala/tragedy/shortstory/realisticfiction/100words/22/08/2018

IT’S A DATE PHOTO PROMPT © Carla Bicomong By Neel Anil Panicker Joshua, the 91-year-old patriarch of the Mathai family is an angry man. Patriarch and Mathai family__both are misnomers. Blame it on Nature’s fury. In just one night, the waters have swallowed his entire clan of 27. Three sons, their wives, their children, the … Continue reading neelwrites/apocalypse/fridayfictioneers/kerala/tragedy/shortstory/realisticfiction/100words/22/08/2018

neelwrites/ThreeLineTales/atal-aremmebrance/obituary/17/08/2018

ATAL – IN REMEMBRANCE By NEEL ANIL PANICKER They couldn’t hold a candle to him, none could, none has, none ever will __ at best they were and are mere cubs still learning the ropes, still struggling with the everyday processes of life. He was the lion, always will be, the pride of all, the … Continue reading neelwrites/ThreeLineTales/atal-aremmebrance/obituary/17/08/2018

neelwrites/suicideofasupercop/sundayphotofiction/elephant/flash/realisticfiction/14/05/2018

SUICIDE OF A SUPER COP (GENRE: REALISTIC FICTION) Photo Prompt: C.E. Ayr By Neel Anil Panicker The end, the fall from grace, the willful destruction of self came in bits and pieces. It started with the detection of cancer. “It looks benign. Nothing much to worry about. Just a slight change in your daily routine, … Continue reading neelwrites/suicideofasupercop/sundayphotofiction/elephant/flash/realisticfiction/14/05/2018

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/time’sup/FFfAW/watch/flash/fiction/shortstory/175words/08/05/2018

TIME’S UP     By Neel Anil Panicker There he is; an apology of a figure, a small moving dot on a fast obliterating horizon. From my perch by the fourth floor window that looks out onto the desolate street that’s cloaked in darkness, I gaze out to him, my eyes all intent. I see … Continue reading neelwrites/time’sup/FFfAW/watch/flash/fiction/shortstory/175words/08/05/2018

neelwrites/mysteryfromtheskies/sundayphotofictioneers/fiction/shortstory/200words/06/05/2018

SKY HIGH MYSTERY By Neel Anil Panicker “What I’m saying may seem a lot of hot air, but trust me, it’s a lot of hot air”. ‘Stop talking in riddles and give it to me in understandable language. What are you alluding to?’ Detective Chacko inhaled deeply, pursed his lips, and spoke, his voice, a … Continue reading neelwrites/mysteryfromtheskies/sundayphotofictioneers/fiction/shortstory/200words/06/05/2018