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Month: February 2015

50 word fiction: Circle of Life

Circle of Life..

Circle of Life..

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He loved playing around with people’s lives when it came to matters relating to love. He could effortlessly fall into and out of love without the partner even getting a hint. All was hunky dory until the time he got thrown out of her life. ‘Circle of Life’, isn’t it?



Linking Up with the Fiction Challenge ‘From 15 to 50′

Linking to NaBloPoMo (National Blog Post Month – February – My post no 5 for this month.

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100 word fiction: Delight

The garden maze

The garden maze

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“Where are you hiding Anna? Today, I’ll surely find you.” He uttered with a mock devilish laughter.

All of 6 years, Anna, his daughter had been his life since the time the rest of his family had passed away in an unforeseen tragedy.

The day his life turned upside down, he decided that his sole mission in life had to be his daughter’s happiness. She loved playing hide and seek with her dad in the garden maze next door. Though George could always find her pretty easily, he let her win just to see that delight on her little face.

Written for the photo prompt and you can read the other entries here.

Linking to NaBloPoMo (National Blog Post Month – February – My post no 4 for this month.

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Book Review – Thar Express

Thar Express

Thar Express

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‘Thar Express’ is an e-book by Nagendra Murti about a man who has lost his memory and the way he goes about remembering his past under the care of a good doctor. Does the book work? Let’s check it out.

The blurb goes like this –

Am I dead? Is this how it feels to be dead……?

Thar Express tells the story of a man who is rescued from the aftermath of a landslide near the India-Pakistan Line of Control. He is barely alive and appears to have no memory of his identity, his past or the circumstances that led him to a remote and sensitive part of the country that he was rescued from. After initially being cared for in an army hospital, he is sent to a doctor who specializes in treating those afflicted by memory loss.

Under the unconventional but effective care of this doctor, he begins to remember tiny fragments of his past and sets off on a journey of re-discovering himself that leads him across seven different states and brings him in contact with people who wittingly or unwittingly help him along in this journey.

The army intelligence, initially suspicious of his antecedents and intent but with no hard facts to act on, stumbles across information that pushes them beyond suspicion. They launch a relentless manhunt to re-capture what they now consider to be a dangerous insurgent. Will the authorities’ worst fears come true or are they just chasing an illusion? The story takes the reader through twists and turns, introduces characters who represent the eccentric mixture of mirth and cynicism that is twenty-first century India and unfolds the unexpected ending.

First things first, the book has an interesting cover page and a catchy title which would leave you expecting more. Since there’s no paperback version though, you have to make do with the e-book version and check it out through your Kindles’ or other e-book readers.

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Five Sentence Fiction: Belief

A new dawn..

A new dawn..

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“Have I done something really wrong to have such a messy life all the time?” He felt as though life was playing games with him as he stumbled from one problem into another.

But one fine day when he met a roadside beggar, his thinking changed forever.

“Sir, I believe that God has a way of testing us all the time. Though we may think that the bad times would never cease and the night would always remain dark, God has a way of surprising us by waking us up to a new dawn when we least expect.

Written for Indispire prompt: Edition 51 “The Darkest Hour Of The Night Is Just Before The Dawn”, Write an original story based on this statement. #TheNight”

Linking to NaBloPoMo (National Blog Post Month – February – My post no 2 for this month.

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Five Sentence Fiction: Villainous

She felt special around him..

She felt special around him..

 

He always advised her at every step in life. For him, she was like a younger sister who he wanted to protect from every trouble around. And in this need to protect her, he always gave her a list of do’s and don’ts which would keep her safe.

While she felt special around him at first, she had slowly started to feel that he didn’t want her to enjoy life to the fullest.

In her mind, he had started to become a villain for her.

Written for Five Sentence Fiction Prompt: Villainous. Read the other entries here.

Linking to NaBloPoMo (National Blog Post Month – February – My post no 1 for this month.

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