neelwrites/skyhighdreams/flashfictionfortheaspiringwriters/ThreeThingsChallenge/flash/fiction/shortstory/08/07/2018

FFfAW Challenge – 173rd https://flashfictionforaspiringwriters.wordpress.com/2018/07/09/fffaw-challenge-173rd/ Three Things Challenge, 06 August 2018 https://thehauntedwordsmith.wordpress.com/2018/08/06/three-things-challenge-06- Today’s things are: gorgeous, blue-eyed, apple orchardaugust-2018/ SKY HIGH DREAMS By Neel Anil Panicker Whatever little time that Grace spent in the apple orchard, while on her way back from the landlords’s mansion after an entire day spent cooking, cleaning, tending to the garden, ministering to … Continue reading neelwrites/skyhighdreams/flashfictionfortheaspiringwriters/ThreeThingsChallenge/flash/fiction/shortstory/08/07/2018

neelwrites/kaleidoscope/ThreeLineTales/flash/shortstory/164words/26/07/2018

KALEIDOSCOPE    (Two Minute Read) By Neel Anil Panicker Her gaze fell downwards as each of the colours, every single one of them spread-eagled on the black tarmac floor glistened and turned iridescent with each flutter of the sun’s rays, its shine reflecting off the diamond shaped glass pebbles embedded onto the chic Italian marbles. To … Continue reading neelwrites/kaleidoscope/ThreeLineTales/flash/shortstory/164words/26/07/2018

neelwrites/mengetnaughtyatforty/ThreeThingsChallenge/flash/shortstory/22/07/2018

MEN GET NAUGHTY AT FORTY By Neel Anil Panicker “It’s a passing fad. He will get over it. Look at this as a midlife crisis that he’s facing.” Neeta couldn’t believe her ears. Thrusting her shoulders forward, she leaned on the corner table and exclaimed, her usually soft voice now raised to a high timbre, … Continue reading neelwrites/mengetnaughtyatforty/ThreeThingsChallenge/flash/shortstory/22/07/2018

neelwrites/lovebirds/sundayfiction/story/11/06/2018

LOVE BIRDS By Neel Anil Panicker “It’s PRIYA. P…R…I…Y…A.  So stop calling me ‘Flamingo’.” ‘Because you are one.’ Priya looked at Raj, whose hands kept flitting in and out of the side pocket of her little blue dress, reaching places whose existence the nineteen year old wasn’t even aware of. “Oh! is that so? Tell me, … Continue reading neelwrites/lovebirds/sundayfiction/story/11/06/2018

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/metime/100wordwednesday/fiction/flash/shortstory/02/05/2018

  IN SEARCH OF SOME ‘ME TIME’ By Neel Anil Panicker Ever since Stella’s death, he had taken to the sea with a vengeance. However, unlike the sun, sand and surf seekers who descended on Kovalam beach, Paulose preferred the peripheries__ the near secluded far off jagged corners that had long fallen off tourist maps, … Continue reading neelwrites/metime/100wordwednesday/fiction/flash/shortstory/02/05/2018

neelwrites/TisforTroubles/A-ZChallenge/fiction/20/04/2018

T IS FOR TROUBLES (A-Z CHALLENGE) PRIYA DARLING  By Neel Anil Panicker ‘You seem to be elsewhere tonight. Is everything all right, King Kong?’ Prakasham extended his arm and picked up the glass of whisky from the side table. Half reclining against the wall, he drank its contents in one gulp and then lighted a … Continue reading neelwrites/TisforTroubles/A-ZChallenge/fiction/20/04/2018

neelwrites/loveunchained/fridayfictioneers/shorttsory/100words/19/04/2018

LOVE ‘UNCHAINED’ PHOTO PROMPT © Douglas M. MacIlroy By Neel Anil Panicker Sheeba craned her neck as her eyes bored holes into the sky. Somewhere, from behind the skein of silvery white, she knew, she believed to be so, watched her Steve, the one who was now one with the stars. ‘Look my love. Revenge … Continue reading neelwrites/loveunchained/fridayfictioneers/shorttsory/100words/19/04/2018

neelwrites/onethatflewaway/sundayphotofiction/shortstory/200words/08/04/2018

THE ONE THAT FLEW AWAY By Neel Anil Panicker She was always flying off, metaphorically speaking. Winging her way from one centre to the other, from one classroom to the other, teaching, interacting, counselling, solving, resolving the doubts of her wards, the innumerable army of students who flocked to her, hovered all around her, desperately … Continue reading neelwrites/onethatflewaway/sundayphotofiction/shortstory/200words/08/04/2018