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…”, replied the manager cautiously trying hard to hide the surprise Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Flash Fiction

Liberated

“I feel so liberated, Amma”, said Vishnu as he hugged his mother Karthikeyi with euphoria and showed her the message on the mobile about his first salary being deposited to his account, with pride. “With liberation comes responsibility, Vishnu and that means you have a new set of strings, new Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Flash Fiction

For Sake of Our Lives

“Hey, I saw something, a direction board, maybe a danger warning, probably, of which I am not sure, on a small wooden post, right before the bend that we took just now”, she said in one breath, shouting with frenzy, pointing towards his right – back as they were traveling Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Flash Fiction

Someday, One Day…

The ugly war of words erupted again between him and her, stabbing each other’s hearts mercilessly with every word uttered, tormenting the mind of their eight-year-old son. The little boy retraced his steps back to his room, with a heavy heart, slammed the door on the nasty fight, though the Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago