FFfAW Challenge-Week of September 5, 2017 Hosted by Priceless Joy at   FINGER POINTING   By Neel Anil Panicker Inspector Sharma looked one last time at the raised fingers. The next moment he had left the hospital room and was making his way towards the elevator. “It’s a murder. A well planned cold blooded murder”. … Continue reading neelwrites/fingerpointing/FFfAW/fiction/shortstory/07/09/2017


THE GREAT BETRAYAL By Neel Anil Panicker He kicked her in the heel one more time, just to be sure. He needn’t have. The Swiss Army knife had done a fine job: neatly separating head from torso with a precision that would make a butcher proud. A slight speck of dust hurled itself into the … Continue reading neelwrites/fiction/shortstory/300wordstory/23/12/2016


NEW NOTES, OLD TONES By Neel Anil Panicker Here I come__omnipotent money Dare you ever test my patience It’s true I have changed colours Hell hath no fury like a note scorned.   Dare you ever test my patience I ain’t the one to be bound in chains Yours shall befall immense pains Go you … Continue reading neelwrites/poem/quatrain/newnotes/22/12/2016


Cashless life’s a mess By Neel Anil Panicker Outside the banks the lines just got longer. It seems both men and machines have gone crazy. Inside the cubicle-sized ATM kiosk, the forty-something guard Gobind Mishra feels the imprint of a boot on his posterior. His ears are assailed by a stream of filthy abuses. Another … Continue reading neelwritesblog/fiction/100wordstory/21/12/2016


HONEY, WHERE IS MY BLACK MONEY?  By Neel Anil Panicker ‘Beginning midnight your old 500 and 1000 are no longer legal tender.’ The words leapt out from the screen and smashed his skull into a zillion tiny fragments. Suddenly, Raghav felt the four walls of his 10,000 square feet luxury pad closing in on him. … Continue reading neelwrites/fiction/200wordstory/black&white/14/11/2016