Flash Fiction

Ray Of Hope

“Good news”, declared Chips, flashing snaps. Bits, grew curious. Chips spread them on the table. “Life-Finder circling Earth has beamed these”, he continued. “19.0760° N, 72.8777° E, India. Ice has receded considerably”, observed Bits pointing to plane wreckage snap. “There is no green shoot in sight, though.” “Navy plane. 2500 Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Flash Fiction

A Date With Life, For Life

The doorbell rang. “Surprise”, greeted a beaming voice,  flashing a gift-wrapped box before her. Thrusting it in her hands and without waiting for permission, he walked in. She followed him without realising so. “You wont mind wearing my choice, right?”, he questioned. A swarm of dreary thoughts erupted in her Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Flash Fiction

Sayonara

‘Darjeeling, was correct choice’, she thought. With Mount Kanchenjunga at the backdrop, temperate forests to the company she could work on her pet project, making great strides. Instructing the staff on arrangements for the day, she stood in the corner. “A day of mixed emotions?”, questioned a deep baritone. “The parting agony” “Checked on Lilly Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Flash Fiction

Raindrop Retreat

Amairah, the bride, was none less than a princess. Her father had made the world take a notice of his business even before she was born.  The groom’s side had equal stamp on the world’s economy. Kiyaan, the groom, was recently featured as the Most Influential Young Businessman of the Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago
Flash Fiction

Dissolved Mission

“Mission aborted. All scientists to teleport. Report at Eastern Bay Gates for final departure to Space Colony”, went the cold, monotone announcement. Vasundhara, now sitting on the floor, took notice of it. She was crest fallen. The lab wore the deserted look. The thunder outside was raging. She had seen Read more…

By Anagha Yatin, ago