SOMETHING EERIE By Neel Anil Panicker Inspector Sharma took a while to orient himself to the near blinding darkness. Only seconds before he stepped off the torturous 47 degree summer madness that was Udaipur and arrived at the ghostly single room dilapidated mud house located a kilometre and half off the city municipal limits; the … Continue reading neelwrites/somethingeerie/inspectorsharmacrimeseries/fiction/flash/shortstory/03/06/2018


THIS DOG BITES By Neel Anil Panicker ‘It’s a miracle she’s alive. They almost broke open her skull. I know it’s police work. But still don’t trouble her much.’ Inspector Vincent Pala of Kozhikode Rural Police Station nodded his head as Dr John Abraham walked out of the third floor ICU room of Mary’s Hospital. … Continue reading neelwriyes/thisdogbites/sundayphotofiction/flash/shortstory/27/05/2019


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


DAD, I WANT TO BE A CRICKETER By Neel Anil Panicker “Dad, I want become a cricketer” ‘Now now son. I know at your age your wants keep changing. Only last week you said you wanted to be a Salsa dancer? And a week before that you were quite stuck up on becoming the next … Continue reading neelwrites/cricketer/sundayphotofiction/flash/shortstory/02/04/2018


Sunday Photo Fiction – January 14th 2018 Hosted by Sunday Fiction at   GAMES MEN PLAY By Neel Anil Panicker “I don’t think she will survive this summer, Sir.” Dr Yashwant Rao Patil turned his vision away from the barbed wires and looked at his junior, Assistant Warden Prakash Sathe. Under the glare of the … Continue reading neelwrites/gamesmenplay/SUNDAYPHOTOFICTION/fiction/flash/shortstory/200words/14/01/2018