neelwrites/blacknwhite/flashfiction/99words/historicalfiction/01/06/2018

May 31: Flash Fiction Challenge BLACK ‘N’ WHITE By Neel Anil Panicker It’s plain nepotism. The winner’s the Jury Chairman’s nephew. You can contest the decision if you want to’. For Abraham Lincoln, the Principal’s words were a sledgehammer. He had outscored every single opponent and was lustily cheered after his passionate seven minute espousal of … Continue reading neelwrites/blacknwhite/flashfiction/99words/historicalfiction/01/06/2018

neelwrites/inthehole/sundayphotofiction/shortstory/flash/historicalfiction/20/05/2018

BOTTOMLESS PITS  ( GENRE: HISTORICAL FICTION)  By Neel Anil Panicker   “Doesn’t look like a World War prison, right?” I looked at Alfred, my tour guide, and nodded. Proper lights, walls freshly painted, coated in vibjyoric colours, the floors, cemented and glistening; long ventilated corridors___the works__all this a long shot away from the vision that … Continue reading neelwrites/inthehole/sundayphotofiction/shortstory/flash/historicalfiction/20/05/2018

neelwrites/satan’splayground/whatpegmansaw/flash/shortstory/150words/21/12/2017

What Pegman Saw: Buckhorn Iowa Hosted by J Hardy Carroll at https://whatpegmansaw.com/2017/12/15/what-pegman-saw-buckhorn-iowa/ SATAN’S PLAYGROUND By Neel Anil Panicker ‘Hey Oscar, let’s investigate. It says Satan’s Playground’. The two friends looked at one another as the sun’s rays receded from above their temples, slipping past the corner side street where they stood, their hands__tender and tucked inside over-sized pockets, a mere … Continue reading neelwrites/satan’splayground/whatpegmansaw/flash/shortstory/150words/21/12/2017

neelwrites/gassingabout/whatpegmansaw/fiction/flash/18/09/2017

WHAT PEGMAN SAW Hosted by K Rawson at https://whatpegmansaw.com/2017/09/16/st-petersburg-russia/ St. Petersburg, Russia JUST GASSING (GENRE: Historical Fiction) By Neel Anil Panicker As the eight door state car, a shining black limousine screeched to a halt, a sprightly six foot tall man in an overall coat quickly ran upto and held the back door open. A few … Continue reading neelwrites/gassingabout/whatpegmansaw/fiction/flash/18/09/2017

neelwrites/god,giveusourdailybread/FF/historicalfiction/100words/13/09/2017

FRIDAY FICTIONEERS hosted by the ever gracious Rochelle at 15 September 2017   GOD, GIVE US OUR DAILY BREAD  (GENRE: HISTORICAL FICTION) PHOTO PROMPT © Kelvin M. Knight By Neel Anil Panicker Aurelian’s chest swelled with pride under the toga, the silk damasks, the translucent gauzes, the gold clothing in Tyrian purple dyes. The Roman Emperor’s … Continue reading neelwrites/god,giveusourdailybread/FF/historicalfiction/100words/13/09/2017

neelwrites/gazingintoastarryreality/fiction/SPF/20/08/2017

Sunday Photo Fiction – August 20th 2017 get the InLinkz code Hosted by J Hardy at https://sundayphotofictioner.wordpress.com/2017/08/20/sunday-photo-fiction-august-20th-2017/  GAZING INTO A STARRY REALITY By Neel Anil Panicker My name is Galileo. Galileo who? Galileo what? Did I hear you say? Well, not surprising, though. In this fast paced emoji driven, information pumping adrenaline high robotic age whoever … Continue reading neelwrites/gazingintoastarryreality/fiction/SPF/20/08/2017

neelwrites/she’sgottheblues/FF/fiction/16/08/2017

FRIDAY FICTIONEERS hosted by the prima donna of short fiction Rochelle at 18 August 2017 SHE’S GOT THE BLUES (genre: historical fiction) PHOTO PROMPT © Rochelle Wisoff-Fields   By Neel Anil Panicker A week ago Asha watched on TV the heart wrenching visuals of countless Blue Whales swept ashore, their glistening gargantuan lifeless forms on … Continue reading neelwrites/she’sgottheblues/FF/fiction/16/08/2017