Monthly Archives: December 2017

It’s Magic!

Pic courtesy Sue Vincent Jamie stood with a stunned expression on his face, mouth agape, eyes wide open, scarcely moving a muscle. “This is unlike anything I have ever seen in my life,” he finally exclaimed. Truth be told, after … Continue reading

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The Cat’s Out Of The Bag

My heart was in my mouth as the cop stopped my car and said, “Please step out of the car Sir, and keep your hands where I can see them. No sudden movements please.” I debated taking him out, but … Continue reading

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The Guardians of the Parasmani

Deep in the dense forests of Satpuda (yes, I know I’ve written about these forests before, but it’s a big forest, and this story is about a different set of animals, so SSSSSHHHHH, let me concentrate) lived a tribe of … Continue reading

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The Alien Planet

My spaceship crashed, and as I struggled to somehow extricate myself from the debris, I thought about the importance of my mission- It was not every day that a new inhabited planet was discovered, and a senior diplomat like me … Continue reading

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The Proposal

This story has been written as a part of Week Ninety-Six of Three Line Tales, part of Sonya’s wonderful blog Only 100 Words! photo by Patrick Wittke via Unsplash She knew she should look back at least once, for it would raise his spirits … Continue reading

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