Writing 300 words sounds like a breeze, right? Wrong, especially when you’re weighed down by an illness and your brain is sluggish to respond. So, if this post isn’t up to the mark, I suggest you blame the rhinovirus.
The word ‘childhood’ brings a flood of memories to the mind, I’m sure. It means different things to different people, but in general it takes one back to a simpler time, where one’s imagination had no limits. Bedtime stories came to life in dreams and the working of things beyond a developing brain’s comprehension was obviously run by powerful enchantments. In this post, I’ll be listing phenomena that I attributed to magic as a child.
The story of Vivian has surely come a long way since the first post. I did quite a bit of research and character development that I never intended to when I started out. For this installment, I’m combining two prompts – one is Friday Fiction with Ronovan Writes Prompt Challenge #10 and the new one is Time to Write: Stranger by Rachel Poli.
I celebrated a festival called ‘Sankranti’ last week. Almost every calendar month has two or three festivals in my country and it’s a great time to come together as a community. The following piece is loosely based on this.
Last week, I started the story of Vivian with Fictional Fridays #1 and felt compelled to continue. I’ve taken up the challenge yet again with the next prompt – Friday Fiction with Ronovan Writes Prompt Challenge #9.
The mundane task of bathing should only take a few minutes and go something like this… Continue reading
What does one do when all the writing juice has been sucked out of them? Look for a prompt to put some of that back, of course. I rummaged through quite a few till I found this gem that suits me perfectly – FRIDAY FICTION with RONOVAN WRITES (Prompt Challenge #8). This is the first time that I’m attempting a post of this sort, so I do hope you’ll bear with me.