neelwrites/cagedfreedom/flashfictionfortheaspiringwriter/fiction/shortstory/10/07/2018

CAGED FREEDOM By Neel Anil Panicker There was no leader. In fact all got to play leader. Up, several thousand feet above the earth, they would trade places, move in and out, shuffle back and forth, allowing each one the pride and joy of leading the pack sans any ego sans the megalomania that is … Continue reading neelwrites/cagedfreedom/flashfictionfortheaspiringwriter/fiction/shortstory/10/07/2018

neelwrites/movingon/fridayfictioneers/flashfiction/100words/05/07/2018

MOVING ON  PHOTO PROMPT © J Hardy Carroll By Neel Anil Panicker  It’s over. I’m done…done with you. I don’t need you. Not anymore. ‘You sure?’ you ask. “Dead sure”, I say. Dead sure ‘coz I’m done with taking insults__the poison dipped barbs, the not so veiled innuendos that come my way every single time I … Continue reading neelwrites/movingon/fridayfictioneers/flashfiction/100words/05/07/2018

neelwrites/fishingintroubledwaters/flash/fiction/shortstory/flashfictionforaspiringwriters/12/06/2018

FISHING IN TROUBLED WATERS By Neel Anil Panicker The splash of waters could be heard even from a distance. Sitting on the bench, ringed by a circular parapet, Imtiaz  and Asma watched their kids___eight year old Latif and five year old Azma_dipping their fingers in the froth filled waters and squealing  in delight every time … Continue reading neelwrites/fishingintroubledwaters/flash/fiction/shortstory/flashfictionforaspiringwriters/12/06/2018

neelwrites/serendipity/sixsentencestories/flash/fiction/shortstory/28/05/2018

Sunday’s Six Sentence Story Word Prompt! CUE WORD:  BRUSH   Hosted at https://girlieontheedge1.wordpress.com/2018/05/27/sundays-six-sunday-word-prompt/ SERENDIPITY By Neel Anil Panicker It all started with an innocuous little incident, an everyday occurrence, one of those seemingly mundane happenings that are part of the hustle and bustle that is the DNA of any big city, leave alone New Delhi, the ever on the … Continue reading neelwrites/serendipity/sixsentencestories/flash/fiction/shortstory/28/05/2018

neelwrites/notmuchwater/flash/100wordwednesday/flashfiction/20/05/2018

NOT MUCH WATER   By Neel Anil Panicker “ Your Honour, my client, 21 year old Asha and the victim, Sharad, were in a relationship. She’s also three months pregnant with his child. At the time of the incident, the two were in a boat in the middle of Marina river. An argument erupted over … Continue reading neelwrites/notmuchwater/flash/100wordwednesday/flashfiction/20/05/2018

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/saturday-mix-double-take-/shortstory/fiction/18/03/2018

  THE BLIND SEER’S PREDICTION  By Neel Anil Panicker The oracle lowered his head and pulling the woman by the auricle, whispered into her ear,” You’re the blessed one; the one whom Allah has chosen to shower his riches. Simply follow all that Sajid says and very shortly you will become the owner of unimaginable … Continue reading neelwrites/saturday-mix-double-take-/shortstory/fiction/18/03/2018

neelwrites/smugglingsaga/sundayphotofiction/shortstory/18/03/2018

SMUGGLING SAGA By Neel Anil Panicker “See these statues, pure gold, ancient Gandhara civilisation, at least 20,00 years old. Each one ten million. All dollars. No bargaining.”   The foreigner squinted his eyes as the afternoon sun shone bright on the hilly terrain, its harsh rays dashing against the rocky mouth of the cave where … Continue reading neelwrites/smugglingsaga/sundayphotofiction/shortstory/18/03/2018

neelwrites/thetrap/thursdayphotoprompt/#writephoto/fiction/shortstory/17/03/2018

THE TRAP By Neel Anil Panicker ‘You mean to say the money is there, right?’ Richard looked up at the beastly faces that hovered around him; two pairs of eyes stared down at him, the pupils split wide open, as if they would burst out any moment. He looked at the swarthy man who reeked … Continue reading neelwrites/thetrap/thursdayphotoprompt/#writephoto/fiction/shortstory/17/03/2018

neelwrites/keeperofsecrets/fridayfictioneers/flashfiction/shortstory/100words

KEEPER OF SECRETS   By Neel Anil Panicker Your sixteenth birthday, remember? That look on your face says it all. It’s the same one you gave your Dad when he caught you with that ruffian; the two of you in the buff. Did you know what happened after that? What happened to Albert, your ‘first … Continue reading neelwrites/keeperofsecrets/fridayfictioneers/flashfiction/shortstory/100words