PHOTO PROMPT © Rochelle Wisoff-Fields "Adventure lured you out of retirement?" A man in grey shirt asked, handing over an envelope containing money trails, few profiles, some cash and IDs. His companion paused before replying, "Remember the factory blast in '15?" His handler nodded, they'd lost some good men and women."My mentor was among the... Continue Reading →

"To my eldest grand-daughter, I leave my hunting cabin and to my youngest, I bequeath a letter and fond memories" The lawyer concluded the reading of his late client's will. "Atleast the senile man gave me property, even if it's that blasted cabin," Riya sneered. "Your darling grandpa left you nothing!" Letter… Like petals, material... Continue Reading →

Image- Bikurgurl They ride back home was tensed and silent. So, Kamala's interest was piqued when her usually soft-spoken mother launched into an angry diatribe. "How could you behave so atrociously, Dileep?" his wife hissed. "You turned their anniversary celebration into a ruckus, despite my request to let bygones be bygones." Dileep scoffed, as the... Continue Reading →

From Her Past

Written for MLMM's Sunday Writing Prompt- The food in the new restaurant was delicious/different/challenging. Photo by Tae Fuller on Pexels.com The food in the new restaurant was delicious, but Riddhi couldn't enjoy it. All she could think about was her future, balanced below the tip of a sword. When Milind had proposed to her, she'd been overjoyed... Continue Reading →

A Deal for the Throne

Image- Edmond @Pexels The deal was important for her organisation, there was no doubt about it. But as the negotiations kept dragging beyond their estimated timeline, she gradually became aware that this client, who no doubt fancied themselves as their biggest rival in the market, were pushing her boundaries simply to see her, the new... Continue Reading →

Morning Hike with Sister

Brenda squeezed her eyes in pain, as she gingerly placed her left foot on the ground. Her decision to walk to the 'HealthLicious' Summit had seemed like a good idea last night, breaking in her new grey running shoes. "Serves you right," Brie smirked, leaning against her bicycle. "Told you to wear mom's boots for... Continue Reading →

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