Flash Fiction

Bamboozled

Junior and me were at the Dolphinarium to kick start the winter holidays. While Junior would be inside, I had thought of working from adjacent open café. As we were about to enter the premise, I got a call. I signalled at junior and pointed him to wait at one Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Flash Fiction

Devouring Blaze

“Papa, we need to have the fire safety audit done” “Sure, but not now. Season of the festivities starts now. I cant afford to spare few hours out of the shop”. “I will manage the shop in your absence”. “Damini, enough of discussion. I will do, it but later” A1 Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Flash Fiction

The Wall Of Humanity

Shreyas got up early this morning. Without any push and prodding from mother, he finished his morning routine. “Don’t get into any troubles this Diwali vacation”, she admonished him and continued with a warning tone, “Exams are round the corner”. He looked up and nodded in affirmation. He then hurried out. Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Flash Fiction

Mute Witness

“Boss, got the tip from the security, Lunch Box has entered the premises of Galleria Mall. Eagle-eye spotted him entering Screen 2”. “Lets give him company. Lets have a cinematic climax” said the cocky voice. The vehicles of the Growling gang steered clear the busy streets and reached the parking lot. Half Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago