This is a short story that is inspired by my childhood love for action and mafia films such as The Godfather series. Some time spent in Goa and Chicago the city of Al Capone and several Italian mafia outfits also helped construct the narrative. It is fast-paced and action-packed and I plan to turn this into a series.
This is my latest short story. As a young kid I loved reading fantasy and was a big fan of Enid Blyton’s, The Enchanted Wood and Magic Faraway Tree. The great part about reading fantasy is that it removes the mundane rules that govern our existence and allows the reader to expand their horizons and dream outside the box. For those of you who know me well I’ve never been a big fan of rules or the status quo. The great part about writing fantasy is that you make the world and you make the rules. I hope this story brings some joy to your lives. Sayonara
The Enchanted Tea of Lulu Land
My latest short story, Two For the Con, Three for the Honey recently got published in the August edition of the American magazine, The Write Launch. It is a fast-paced piece set in Kolkata and Paris and explores relevant issues such as arranged marriage, divorce and second chances. Please read it and share your thoughts
Two for the Con, Three for the Honey
This short story explores themes of true love, loss, and second chances. Lately, I have been spending time with my 89 year-old grandma, listening to her childhood tales of love, loss and partition. This piece has been inspired by some of her stories. It is about a gifted Octogenarian who is unable to let go of his dead wife until his rebellious teenage grand-daughter intervenes. It has been published in an American online magazine, The Write Launch. The magazine has some great short stories, poetry and essays and is worth checking out.
It’s Never too Late
Hi, This is a blog documenting my work as an author and script writer. I am currently writing a book of eclectic short stories that have been inspired by relationships, travels, day to day life and elements of pop culture.
Creating and telling stories is what makes me happiest; therefore, my choice of vocation as a theatre artist. If you ever cross my path and find me daydreaming, it’s because I often live in my head constructing fantastical, imaginary worlds that are far more interesting than this one.