Written for Weekend Writing Prompt #31 – Nostalgia hosted by  MEMORIES By Neel Anil Panicker “Stupid Gloria! Always leaving tasks undone, these good for nothing maids. I should have fired her long ago”. Daniel was in a bad mood as he gently offloaded himself from the high chair, ducking his head gently from under the … Continue reading neelwrites/memories/weekendwritingprompt#31-nostalgia/flashfiction/shortstory/03/12/2017


WRITESPIRATION #143 52 WEEKS IN 52 WORDS WEEK 48 Write a story including these words: jugs, bamboo, nostril and frozen. EERIE By Neel Anil Panicker A wolfish cry cut through the deep underarm of darkness and resonated all over the deadened night sending a cold chill of fear down Mary’s spine. Her hands and … Continue reading neelwrites/eerie/flashfiction/52weeks52words/02/12/2017


BELOW THEM…  By Neel Anil Panicker Below them,  the dark streets beckoned with crimson light.   Below them,  lay bare their dignity, or whatever was left of it.    The dark streets beckoned, Burying alive long lost memories; birthing newer superficial ones   With crimson light,   lives turned grimmer under all that glitter.  ©neelanilpanicker2017  #poem/haiku/troiku … Continue reading neelwrites/poem/haiku-troiku/#01/MLMM/


Welcome to Week 89 of Three Line Tales. Three Line Tales, Week 89 NAILING IT photo by Austin Chan via Unsplash By Neel Anil Panicker The lone occupant inside the white Ambassador car that was trailing the unmarked police jeep as it entered the bylanes of Mayapuri Industrial Area was no ordinary man_ seated behind the wheel, his … Continue reading neelwrites/nailingit/ThreeLineTales/fiction/part25ofadangerouslove/13/10/2017


Sunday Photo Fiction – July 9th 2017 Hosted at …OF DOGS AND BITCHES © A Mixed Bag By Neel Anil Panicker “Hey babes, pop your head out of the window. See that blue van parked near the kerb. I’m inside it. Time’s running out. Just pop out and we scoot, ok?” ‘Great, sweetheart. Me and Ronnie…we’ll … Continue reading neelwrites/spf/dogs&bitches/150words/10/07/2017


WHAT PEGMAN SAW Bogota, Columbia Hosted by J Hardy at Bogota, Columbia SHOOTING PRACTICE  (GENRE: HISTORICAL FICTION) By Neel Anil Panicker  “¿Podría decirme la ubicación exacta del corazón?” Dr Juan Camilo, senior cardiologist at Santa Barnara Medical Center couldn’t  believe what he had just heard. True, in his almost four decade old career he had … Continue reading neelwrites/bogota/whatpegmansaw/150words/fiction/08/07/2017


FRIDAY FICTIONEERS Hosted by the super wonderful Rochelle at For other wonderful entries click on the blue frog below: PIN-UP GIRL PHOTO PROMPT © Claire Sheldon   By Neel Anil Panicker  ‘Time of death: Between 7 and 8 am, Saturday, April 03, 2016. Slow death, probably bled for about twenty minutes.  Cause of death: Perforation … Continue reading neelwrites/FF/pinupgirl/fiction/100words/05/07/2017


WHAT PEGMAN SAW Burj Khalifa, Dubai, United Arab Emirates Today Pegman takes us to the Burj Khalifa in Dubai. Feel free to stroll around the area using the Google street view and grab any picture you choose to include in your post. To enjoy stories inspired by the What Pegman Saw prompt or to submit your own 150-word story, … Continue reading neelwrites/burkhalifa/whatpegmansaw/150/18/06/2017


A DATE TO REMEMBER © A Mixed Bag By Neel Anil Panicker  (176 words) Varun, I knew him as. Was unconventional–said he believed in doing things differently. We were on our first date ever. Took me to this weird looking boat. I saw  a neighing horse’s head jutting out from the bow. “You’ll love this. … Continue reading neelwrites/SPF/fiction/shortstory/176words/13/04/2017


BEST SERVED COLD    (99 words) PHOTO PROMPT © J Hardy Carroll By Neel Anil Panicker “George Clifton, the 65-year-old owner of Clifton Estate was found murdered today, his throat slit with a sharp edged weapon. This is the very Estate  where 20 years ago…” Bhura switched off the television set, struck a match, and watched … Continue reading neelwrites/bestservedcold/fiction/shortstory/FF/99words/23/03/2017