Mirage #FridayFotoFiction

Rajiv started the video-calling app.  He looked around to ensure he is alone before he dialed his wife.  Soon Naina’s beautiful face filled up the cell screen. She stared back as if it was unreal. ‘Hey,’ she said shyly,  ‘how are you?’. ‘Missing you Naina,’ he said softly. ‘Amma and Baba are also here,’  she…

A broken home #FridayFictioneers

Sandra took one look at the room and knew Roger was in.  Sandra couldn’t believe he traced her so soon.  She hoped he was not high on whatever he smoked.  She stared horrified as Roger stumbled from the kitchen swaying precariously. He could go from happy to angry in 2 seconds.  Roger came closer and…

Prem Purana by Usha Narayanan

  Print Length: 272 pages Publisher: Penguin Random House India Publication Date: September 18, 2017 Language: English Genre: Romance     No one is untouched by love, not even devas and asuras, kings and nymphs. And when they face life’s unexpected tribulations, their love also undergoes trials. Read how Ganesha took myriad forms to please…

Fragments by Janaki Nagaraj

  Print Length: 76 pages Publication Date: July 31, 2017 Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC Language: English Available on Kindle Unlimited Genre: Fiction, Anthology     “I often painted fragments of things because it seemed to make my statement as well as or better than the whole could” – Georgia O’Keeffe.A serial killer on…

Heartprints #WriteBravely

For this last post in the October #writetribeproblogger challenge,  I stick to the prompt of ‘Heartprints’.  My short story ended in the previous post but I think I can make it a lot more better with some rework. Thank you everyone who liked, shared and commented on the posts in October.  It has been the…

The morning after #writebravely

Chapter 1 , Chapter 2 , Chapter 3 , Chapter 4 , Chapter 5 , Chapter 6,  Chapter 7 Neil woke up to the smell of fresh coffee coming from the kitchen.  He took a deep breath,  felt like the good old days.  He could even hear faint radio chatter.  It was later than usual,  but he felt so much better. He will never forget…