Category: Fiction

Short stories from writers

Five Words From 2016 That We Hope Never Come Back

It’s really funny how every year some words creep into our daily vocab and become really important – and, if someone fails to keep up with the latest lingo (could be new word or a fusion of words or even a popular abbreviation) we send them to the “outdated” category with Shakespeare and friends! Anyhow, new words or old, everything… Read more →

Love In Times Of The Internet? Five Red Flags To Watch Out For Before You Say Yes

He swiped right, she swiped right and BAM ! their souls matched. Beautiful thought, isn’t it? But hey don’t be fooled as love in times of the Internet is not so simple as it looks. Welcome to 2016, where love is on fire and most online lovers are ready to jump in. When they say ‘How deep is your love’… Read more →

Saturday Night

It was a Saturday ritual for us — to meet at nine for dinner at my apartment and stay up together till we both fell asleep. Each Saturday evening we laid a circular wooden table with a teacup roses spread, and placed two candles with a Persian blue vase — he never forgot to bring fresh roses for that. He… Read more →

Don’t judge

It was not the first time that i had to speak to a stranger on phone, but this was the kind of talk that went beyond work. It was one of those talks that went on forever. We spoke extensively about our lives when he had called for the first time. He said that he mostly likes to keep himself immersed… Read more →

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