Another year of #AtoZChallenge and I’m not sure if I’d be completing it this year.
A lot of Indians like Maya had the American dream of being a citizen of the greatest economy of the world.
Everyday was different for Tanya. New hotel, New men and new name. Tanya, a top level escort lived in a posh locality of Mumbai and worked as a freelance escort.
To be honest, coping up with the A to z blog challenge and being on a vacation is a lot of hard work. I do feel sometimes that I should give up my challenge for the year but then some idea strucks me and I wrote about it. This year there is ABSOLUTELY no contentContinue reading “Karma”
“Ahhh”, moaned Shipra in pleasure. She was high on this lustful love. Sweat trembling down her two mounts, her hair messy. Biting her lower lips, she moaned again, “Ahhh”. Her breathing became heavier and heavier and the room filled with her moans that covered the music going in the background. Small lusty moans were theContinue reading “Love Thyself”
Joy was a jovial teen who loved life and enjoyed it to the fullest. She was 14 when she had a fight with her mother and she ran away from home.
Day 9 | Letter: I “No, he had come to meet me.” Koyna yelled at her mother. Her mother cried and went to the other room. Her mother called Koyna’s father and said, “It started again. What should I do?”
Day 8 | Letter: H “I’ll be home in a while baby.” Asha told her husband while having coffee with her boyfriend. Asha, a middle class woman found love in two men, one being her husband and the other her ex-college professor.
Day 7 | Letter: G Soma, a 35 year old married woman left her job 7 years ago to take care of her newly born daughter. Her husband Mahesh was working in an MNC and usually came in late from work. Their married life was like one of those married couples who are just livingContinue reading “Grey-dicted|A to Z Challenge – Day 7”
Day 2 | Letter: B Shyama was just an ordinary girl who loved her job, family, friends and books. She was the kinds who ‘believed’ in books. She swore by them.
Honestly, it is a fearful feeling to begin the AtoZ Challenge, again this year. I am not only scared but terrified. Primarily because I haven’t started the preparation. There’s no time table, there’s no time and I have chosen a topic that will screw my ‘Right side of the brain’, the creative side.