Flash news-Married women & Working moms are happy to travel on work #MyFriendAlexa

I am a working mom, I have a 4 year old daughter. As much as I am a doting mom and cherish every moment spent with my little girl, I am ruthless when it comes to my career. I am a very ambitious person and aspire to reach the highest echelons in my career. I… Continue reading Flash news-Married women & Working moms are happy to travel on work #MyFriendAlexa

Breaking the tradition #FFFAW #FlashFiction #MyFriendAlexa

Alice stood on the porch, sipping her coffee as she looked at the mist shrouding the garden, making it look picture perfect. It was her birthday today and she had broken the tradition of 20 years. Every year John and she came here, cut the cake, drank wine, dined and made love but today she… Continue reading Breaking the tradition #FFFAW #FlashFiction #MyFriendAlexa

And she chose her happily ever after #ShortStory

It had just started snowing and Merlin couldn’t stop rushing out to the balcony every few minutes to stretch out her arms and feel the snowflakes. She loved winters. It was funny- the local people here loved summers as summers is when you could go out for a swim, sip a beer sitting in the… Continue reading And she chose her happily ever after #ShortStory

Trade off #FFFAW #FlashFiction

Sana looked at the pristine waters, breathing in the fresh air. She was in her dream city Lucerne – not for a few days on vacation this time but for 2 years on an International Assignment. Having spent her life in India, her trip to Switzerland had been a life changing experience. Not just the… Continue reading Trade off #FFFAW #FlashFiction

Writing my destiny #FridayFotoFiction

As a child, I always dreamt of working in London. Like the office goers, suited up, with a plush brief case and a newspaper in tow, I would march into King’s Cross Station and board the train. I would walk into a swanky office, do some big job and bring home money.Money which I could… Continue reading Writing my destiny #FridayFotoFiction

One hell of a coincidence #MicroMondays

“Ma, I dont want to get married,I am rejecting Deepak Ramaswamy, tell him the girl rejected him”. I walked off, I wasn’t ready for marriage. The interview letter in my hand signified a new beginning. I would earn my own bread, meet someone interesting and marry when I was ready. I knocked the door,butterflies in… Continue reading One hell of a coincidence #MicroMondays

A Man’s Job #FridayFotoFiction

Tara looked at the clogged sink and cursed “Damn this had to get jammed today, of all the days. John is out of town and there is a strike, how on earth am I going to call the plumber?” Reena was passing by her house when she saw the door ajar and walked in. “Anyway… Continue reading A Man’s Job #FridayFotoFiction