Fiction

Worth My Eyeteeth

2100AD Kneeling, with his right hand stretched towards her, speaking confidently with shiny bright eyes, Prabhu asked, “Kaylee, will you marry me, the nerdy nomad madly in love with you?”, while she stood speechless at this sudden surprise, welling her Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Fiction

Sanctum Sanctorum

“You must maintain the sanctity of the Sanctum Sanctorum by keeping all the comments you may pass, impersonal”, advised Buzzo, the big brown dog with floppy white ears to the tenderfoot Pugs the little brown puppy, which was met with Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Fiction

Helping Hand

“Aww… you are such a sweetheart to have braved this cold and dashed to me with my stick hand that the mistral had taken away mercilessly. You are my cutie-pie, adorable helping hand”, said the chubby armless snowman with great Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Fiction

Faceless

  Intermission, flashed across the silver screen at the crucial moment when the hero, the proclaimed God of the action, Rajiv Kumar, zoomed past on the motorbike with its front tyre in the air, fire blazing out of the rear wheel, Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Fiction

Deserted Desert

About the time of Christmas, the aroma and glamour of the upcoming Master Pastry Chef competition wafting in the lanes and by-lanes of the small town where Mrs ChitterChatter lived had bewitched her soul in believing strongly that she had Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Fiction

Contrast

Maddy sat checking the happy faces in the blissful pictures posted on the timeline of her “family and friends” on the famous social media platform, at a cosy Micheline star restaurant on Christmas eve with no one to give her Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Fiction

Awakening

With no parking slot available on the busy market street, double parking my car after turning the SOS lights on while pulling the bag and wallet from the side seat, I hurriedly stepped out to buy hot and fresh “Jalebi Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Fiction

Punitive Gift

All but 5 years, little Tabassum was busy watching Ilma, her Ammi, pace up and down their studio apartment frantically running some errands, on a rainy day. The trickles of the pearl strings that the raindrops made on the glass Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Flash Fiction

Painless Sunburns

“Offer accepted”, she answered, the moment she picked up the call from her manager, without batting her eyelids, sheer desperation dripping through her voice, like the sweat line sliding the spine on a sweltering summer day. “Take-home is good, but…”, Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Fiction

Empowered Vision

“Good evening Aisling. You are looking gorgeous tonight. I have two questions for you. Do you have dream or dreams, Aisling? If yes,  do you have the vision to achieve those dreams?” asked the famous Hollywood superstar in his equally Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Musings

Mille Mercis

“Mille mercis” is French for thanks a million or thousand thanks if translated word by word! Mille mercis to Blogchatter, Team Blogchatter for this opportunity to refuell my blogging spirit that was diminishing courtesy my own making but not any Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago