13 Dec 2018 #TellTaleThursday

Do you like a good mystery? Who doesn’t, right? Bitten by the ‘mystery’ bug, we have been binge-watching Sherlock Holmes series, reading Hercule Poirot’s stories, and playing detective games. We unabashedly call it “the researching”. For today’s prompt, you are the culprit and the detective. How so? I am glad you ask. Read the rules and the prompt awaits you… because rules are important- Write … Continue reading 13 Dec 2018 #TellTaleThursday

A Bewildering Murder Case

(Remember that initials of the character’s names are same as the relationship with the victim. ) Characters: Anna – Detective Vini- Victim Divya- Daughter Sameer- Stepson Farhan- Fiancé Sia- Sister Anna, the detective, reached the crime scene- Vini’s condo. Anna found a note in one of the drawers which read- “The plan is off. I will contact you later.” Anna put the letter in the … Continue reading A Bewildering Murder Case

29 Nov 2018 #TellTaleThursday

Rules are simple- Write a story, complete in itself. Check spelling, grammar, and punctuation. Copy and paste your Story URL to the inLinkz list. The story should be up to 250 words. Add this line < #TellTaleThursday with Anshu & Priya > at the end of the post. Read, comment and share – spread the love. “I think, I have killed a man.” Write a story with these words.      … Continue reading 29 Nov 2018 #TellTaleThursday

The Innocent Eyes #WordlessWednesday

  My husband clicked this picture at Sikkim.  We had stopped to take pictures of the scenic landscape, and that’s when we saw her. She was walking on an empty road. Vishal asked her if he could take a picture. She stopped, smiled for the camera, and left. I love this picture for the innocence reflected in her eyes.   I am participating in #WordlessWednesday hosted … Continue reading The Innocent Eyes #WordlessWednesday


  PHOTO PROMPT © Jeff Arnold As I sprawled on a deck chair under a parasol, taking in the sun, a ten-year-old came running to me “up for a challenge?”, he squeaked.  The chessboard was set. He played his move, a pawn forward. My knight moved next. The game went on for about twenty minutes. I kept capturing his pawns and rooks.  Taking a sip of … Continue reading CheckMate