I write fiction. my stories are filled with vivid characters and creative plotlines. My goal as a writer is to captivate and engage my readers, I want my readers to explore new worlds and new perspectives.
A Love Story Spanning Decades
In the swinging 60s in London, Jessica was a budding poet looking for inspiration in the city's vibrant arts scene. She had a passion for words and a keen eye for detail, often jotting down notes in her leather-bound journal as she walked the bustling streets of London.
A Journey of Love and Growth
Jai was a carefree and happy-go-lucky guy, always looking for the next adventure to embark on. He lived with his father, Yogesh, who ran a small provision store in their town. Yogesh considered Jai useless and unfit for any job, as Jai was a bit clumsy and lacked any real ambition.
The Cursed Toy Factory
It was a dark and stormy night, and the old toy factory sat empty at the edge of town. The factory had been closed for years, but the locals still whispered about the strange occurrences that had taken place there. There were rumors of toys coming to life, of strange noises coming from the factory at night, and of the ghost of the former owner haunting the premises.
Anjali's Journey of Empathy and Support
A two-year-old baby girl, Riya, was crying inconsolably at the bustling railway station. She looked lost and scared, and no one seemed to know where her parents were. Anjali, a young lady waiting for her train, noticed Riya and approached her.
The Tailor's Struggle: Living with Color Blindness
Vivek had been a tailor for over 30 years, and his shop had been a staple in the neighborhood for just as long. He loved his craft, taking pride in every stitch, every hem, every button. His wife Latha worked as a nurse at the local hospital, and the two of them had been married for 25 years. They had always wanted children, but it was not in the cards for them.
The Haunted Grandfather Clock
Widow Nandini had always loved antique pieces, so when she come across an antique showroom, she couldn't resist going in. As she browsed through the shelves, her eyes landed on a magnificent grandfather clock. It was beautifully crafted and seemed to have a history of its own. Without a second thought, she bought it and brought it home to her 12-year-old son Aryan.
A Deadly Score Settled
Sumona was six months pregnant and had taken her 8-year-old daughter Nikita to the mall to buy some clothes for the new baby. Nikita was excited and wanted to explore the mall on her own. Sumona, feeling a bit tired, agreed to let Nikita wander around the children's section while she rested on a nearby bench.
The Kindness of a Stranger
Somesh was an auto driver in a bustling city. He lived with his wife, Komal, and their two young children, Mannu and Pinkie, in a small house on the outskirts of the city. Komal worked as a home cook, preparing meals for the wealthier families in the area, while Somesh struggled to make ends meet with his meager earnings.