neelwrites/dimlights/sundayphotofiction/200words/18/11/2018

https://sundayphotofictioner.wordpress.com/2018/11/17/sunday-photo-fiction-november-18-2018/ DIM LIGHTS By Neel Anil Panicker It’s just a bed: A rickety closet, a side table atop which straddles an improvised lampshade that emanates light just bare enough to help me navigate the oblong space that I call home. I saunter in at hours that can at best be termed unearthly, and drag my … Continue reading neelwrites/dimlights/sundayphotofiction/200words/18/11/2018

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https://sundayphotofictioner.wordpress.com/2018/11/03/sunday-photo-fiction-november-4-2018/ FOWC with Fandango — Extraordinary Photo Credit: April Pearson THE GLASS IS ALWAYS HALF FULL By Neel Anil Panicker “I see a bad omen. What about by you, Angel?” Angel waited for a moment even as she dug into the last of her pizza triangles, the few she had and quite sensibly so,  tucked into … Continue reading neelwrites/

neelwrites/reducedtomatter/spf/flash/realisticfiction/22/10/2018

REDUCED TO MATTER  (fiction/realistic) By Neel Anil Panicker ‘SIX HEAVILY DECOMPOSED BODIES FOUND; MASS SUICIDE SUSPECTED’. Sebastian slammed the newspaper aside and then launched into a tirade. “It’s not this godforsaken city or its netherland neighbourhoods or even the narrow secluded near dark alleys that spiral out of nowhere. It’s not even the lone decrepit … Continue reading neelwrites/reducedtomatter/spf/flash/realisticfiction/22/10/2018

neelwrites/anddarkturnsthenight/detectivechackomurdermystery/sundayphotofiction/200words/01/10/2018

A DETECTIVE CHACKO MURDER MYSTERY AND DARK TURNS THE NIGHT By Neel Anil Panicker Constable Bose flashed his torchlight inwards. As a beam of light ricocheted off a broken window pane, his bleary eyes caught what looked like human blood. His mind went into a tizzy as he stumbled his way further in.  Something was … Continue reading neelwrites/anddarkturnsthenight/detectivechackomurdermystery/sundayphotofiction/200words/01/10/2018

neelwrites/troubleinhighseas/TTC/FOWC/SUNDAYPHOTOFICTION/flash/shortstory/200words/16/09/2018

TROUBLE IN THE HIGH SEAS By Neel Anil Panicker  “Damm’t! I should have carried a safety pin.” Seated next to her in the pint sized float, Rajan smiled, his usual trademark nonchalant curl of thick lips. ‘But Sheela, why do you need a safety pin  in the middle of  the ocean?’ From her side of … Continue reading neelwrites/troubleinhighseas/TTC/FOWC/SUNDAYPHOTOFICTION/flash/shortstory/200words/16/09/2018

neelwrites/God’sdosownedcountry/Keraladiaries/sundayphotofiction/ThreeThingsChallenge/flashfiction/realisticfiction/200words/26/08/2018

A ‘CLICKS FOR KERALA’ INITIATIVE KERALA DIARIES #02  (realistic fiction) ‘GOD’S DISOWNED COUNTRY’ By Neel Anil Panicker “God’s own country? That’s the tagline, right?” Paulose slurps tea from his half broken stain smeared glass, then turning to the man seated beside him, nods his head. ‘God dammed country’s more appropriate’. The question’s rhetorical; does not … Continue reading neelwrites/God’sdosownedcountry/Keraladiaries/sundayphotofiction/ThreeThingsChallenge/flashfiction/realisticfiction/200words/26/08/2018

neelwrites/wardingoffevil/sundayphotofictioner/20/08/2018

Sunday Photo Fiction – August 19, 2018 https://sundayphotofictioner.wordpress.com/2018/08/18/sunday-photo-fiction-august-19-2018/ WARDING OFF EVIL By Neel Anil Panicker Joby was a paradox. For us, meaning Sunny and I, he was the raison d’ etre of our happy existences__the lucky charm of our teenaged lives.  For all others, he was the odd one out__the one who shall not be ever … Continue reading neelwrites/wardingoffevil/sundayphotofictioner/20/08/2018