Hi friends! Last week’s prompt was – Unbalanced. If you haven’t had a chance to read the wonderful 20-word stories of previous week, I am listing down the links to those amazing takes, don’t forget to show them some love. Now, improve your writing with the latest Writer's Gazette! TWT #8 – Cozy Quiet CornerCareer and… Continue reading Twenty-Words Tuesday- Week 12
October'2020 Newsletter is live now! You can check it out here and please don't forget to share your views about the same. All suggestions are most welcome. He sucked life from her jugular with an overpowering frenzy and with every swig she was awakened further into abyss. When he was finished devouring, what once used… Continue reading Addictive Chaos
Hi folks! We are already at Week-9 of Twenty Words Tuesday! I've have been under the weather, lately, hence a no show for sometime but now I am feeling much better and hope you are all as well. The first Newsletter drops in on 1st October, you can subscribe here for your copy. Apart from… Continue reading Twenty-Words Tuesday- Week 9
By the time Rick Campbell reached his home, it was almost dark. The sun was hovering around the edges of the horizon on the far west coast and the chill in the air was enough to make teeth rattle but Rick seemed to feel nothing in his flannel shirt as he took his time to… Continue reading A Bite of Home
Hey fellas! So, I am having way too much fun with these super-tiny tales and I hope that you guys are enjoying it too. The response is just overwhelmingly wonderful and for that I have to thank each one of you for all your support. Last week’s prompt was – Quarantine. If you haven’t had a… Continue reading Twenty-Words Tuesday- Week 4
He had never seen the sea, ever, he had lost his eyesight before that opportunity but his ears were sharp enough to distinguish every possible musical note even the ones which emanated from the deep abyss of the sea and surfaced only with the unruly waves of the ocean. That is how he recognized everyone,… Continue reading Three lines tale: Storyteller
A strong wind generated from the fluttering of her dainty wings carried the most beautiful earthy scent of hope. The wind traveled far, crossing the mountains and the high seas, only to reach him, and as it touched his tear-stained cheeks, the fragrance spread over his existence like a warm blanket and his emptiness retreated… Continue reading Dreamcatcher
Hi fellas! How are you doing? I have been away on a break for past two weeks, I didn't plan to do so but just couldn't make myself to write. I have been feeling a little confused and scattered lately but I am trying to get over it. I really hope you all are doing… Continue reading Hostel
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