Every night you tell yourself you’ll do it tomorrow, you know, that’s not going to change for another forty-eight hours. Continue reading Of Spoons, Soaps and Scrubbers
Can we really separate the person from their opinions on government actions? Continue reading What colour is your sky?
After taking everything this man had, the gunman pulls the trigger anyway. This man, at the cost of bargaining for his life – lost his life. Continue reading You Always Have a Choice
She wove small back stories for every stranger she laid her eyes on before she moved to the next. Continue reading Fiction: Heart to Heart
She had no idea how long she had been sitting there. It didn’t matter. Suddenly the same ‘time’ that she had been running against all day, meant nothing any more! Continue reading Fiction: Moonless Nights
I made my own shade of black and white, and it often overlapped someone’s grey. Continue reading I’m Full of Myself, and I’ve Earned It
Mustering all the courage that I had in me, I submitted all of three manuscripts that I had compiled over the years. Continue reading Editor’s Pick: Sreemay Rath’s Inspiring Story
Another gush of wind as she turned the corner, grinning she bundled her frozen fingers tighter against her arms! Continue reading Fiction: Sunrises and Shooting Stars!
This year among my gang of friends most of us turned thirty and the others thirty-five, so we thought it’s an epic year. Continue reading The Dirty Thirty
I just finished shopping for onions, potatoes and other stuff I never asked the prices for when I swiped Mom’s credit card at Hypercity back home. Continue reading New City, New Content