I had an extempore competition where I got the title of this story as a topic (no, I did not get a prize because I was one of the only three people who followed the co-ordinator's instructions of being funny instead of serious and the judges preferred serious or so it seems because none of… Continue reading I was addicted to soap, but then I got clean
Gina saw little crystalline snowflakes falling through her window and exclaimed, "Mom, it's snowing!!!" "What do you want me to do?" replied her mother, tired from the tasks she had done and exhausted from the thought of the many more she had to do. It was strange, this life. At one moment she was sitting… Continue reading Gina and university
"I can't believe we're home!" shouted Allie as they entered their villa. "Me neither," said her mom. They quickly dumped their bags in their rooms, freshened up and ordered Greek food for dinner. They'd just sit down when the bell rang. "I didn't expect them to be this quick," Mr Johnson said. But it wasn't… Continue reading Antiquity- part 2
This is my first attempt (hopefully not last) at writing a mystery story. So, obviously, it turned out to be quite big. Here's the first part for you to read. Do tell me what you think happens next. Part 2 comes out Tuesday, so be prepared! "I'm bored as hell!" cried Allie at the top… Continue reading Antiquity – part 1
I opened the drawer and I saw a green little monster jumping around. I was scared, very scared. I'd just returned from the TV room where a sci-fi movie about green-coloured ugly monsters taking over the earth. Although this one was quite small, around the size of my palm, I was sure it could grow… Continue reading The Green Little Monster
Yes I know it's too long and may be a little predictable. But that's the best I can do for a fairy tale. If you can do better, post me a link and I'd be happy to read yours.
Adam was one of the few nonchalant chaps who didn't believe in gender equality. He did not like competing with girls at school - be it a debate or sports and neither did he respect them. He would make fun of them for not being able do physically daunting tasks. In fact, he didn't even… Continue reading Being a girl