Don’t Open It!

FRIDAY FICTIONEERS! Friday Fictioneers is an amazing challenge, brought to us by Rochelle, where you have to write a complete story in no more than 100 words based on the photo prompt provided every week. This week's prompt is provided by J Hardy Carroll. To know more about the challenge, click HERE. "We cannot take... Continue Reading →


Generation Kill and London Spy – Two of the must see mini-series

Hi, guys! Today I am going to tell you about two amazing mini tv series which I saw this month and really liked. Both have quite contrasting but intriguing plot. Both of them are known well in their respective genre. one has war - a highly romanticized subject in cinematic history, and the other has... Continue Reading →

When your life is a lie…

FLASH FICTION FOR ASPIRING WRITERS Week of May 23, 2017 This week's photo prompt is provided by Louise with The Storyteller's Abode. Thank you, Louise! "Stacie! Don't go close to the water!", shouted Jack. Stacie, his daughter, was busy taking selfies near the shore. "She's 16 years old, Jack, I think she can handle herself.... Continue Reading →

Hindi Medium – Review

Hindi medium is about a businessman and his wife who want their daughter to get admission in the best school of the city. Both of them think that if their daughter goes to a normal government school like they did when they were kids, she will not receive the proper education and most importantly, won't... Continue Reading →

Heavenly Creatures – Review

"Their friendship is......unhealthy!" Heavenly Creatures is a story about the notorious duo Pauline Parker and Juliet Hulme who, in their teenage years, killed Honora Parker, Pauline's mother, in cold blood. Parker's murder is one famous case of the 1950s which later inspires many plays, books and also, movies. Pauline and Juliet like nothing more than... Continue Reading →

A visit to Agra

DailyPost Photo Challenge: Heritage Recently I visited Taj Mahal. One of the most beautiful architectural wonders of the world, it always has been one of the things for us Indians to be proud of. For many years people have cared for it and will continue this for years to come. As I was there, I... Continue Reading →

Passing the Responsibility…

DailyPost Phot Challenge:┬áHeritage I am part of the Entrepreneurship Club in my college. Our seniors selected us to carry on the task of overseeing the club from now on as they graduate and move forward in their lives. This picture was taken on their last day. We became a part of this club and now... Continue Reading →

He shouldn’t have…

FRIDAY FICTIONEERS This week's photo prompt is provided by Roger Bultot. "Where is she?! She is always here at this time! She never misses her brunch. Her friends are here. Something's not right. Is she dead?! How long should I wait? What if she is never going to come here again! How will I talk... Continue Reading →

When you leave kids alone even for a minute…

FLASH FICTION FOR THE PURPOSEFUL PRACTITIONER- 2017 WEEK #21 "You see there, Honey? Daddy operates that big machine over there.", said James to his 5-year-old daughter, Nikki. It was obvious from her expression that she adored the excavator. She asked her father, "Dad can I drive it?" James laughed, "You're too young to do that... Continue Reading →

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