ShortStories

The Girl who Cried Lies

We are all eager to find the ideal person. The person we can fall in love with and be the social animal that we are. How do you meet this person?

The Two Pillars

Raising children with unconditional love means accepting your child and making them believe in your love. Unconditional love means that the parent fully accepts the child without any restrictions or reservations, right? But is it really what is happening around the world?

A Debtor that Never Pays

Fredrick and Dwayne are two close businessmen and friends. They both invested in farming and their poultry business made them famous over and above their agricultural ventures and produce.

The Creepy Lie-Buster

The night is slowly crawling in. It is dawning on Mohandas as his last breath beckons. Still, he has so much to do handing family heritages over to his kids as proposed by tradition. With the few words left in his mouth, he calls on Arjun and Sai in his shaky mutters.

Nailing the Betrayal

Reyansh and Shaurya are two jolly friends in Majuli village, Assam India. They are so fond of themselves that villagers know that the other is around once they see one of them. The same applies to their parents. The two families are so close that the bond between them seems like that of a snail and its shell. This is their story.

The Clever Fox

The world is full of people who are kind enough to help others out. It is fair to say that everyone in this little planet needs help in one way or another. People who are kind enough to help others, they usually forget when to stop – and this is how they get used. While there are people who are genuinely deserving our help in this world, some are here to just use us.

My Triangle Love Story

It is safe to say that it is a Super Sunday. The week started off on the high side with loads of enjoyment and local wine sharing between the local couple. Denny and Fiona are seen exchanging sweet pleasantries of love under the lowly guava tree of their hut-like home.

The Greedy Dog

Our story revolves around a beautiful happily married couple. Their life is like the lives shown on movies. A beautiful family with two adorable kids. Every Sunday morning, they would watch the flower bloom, where they appreciate their life – they couldn’t have asked for anything more. Or could they?

The Boy That Rode his Luck

Arjun is a bright little kid at 16. His big stature is, however, a boost to his sage. His academic surge through preliminary classes to high school remains an incredible tale told by everyone in his community. Everyone of his mates envy him and every parent compared their wards to Arjun in order to boost their academic performances. This is his story.

Partner in Crime

At a time when India was poor and its struggling economy left millions of people wallowing in poverty, finding a job was one of the most difficult adventures anyone could venture in. This is the story of Bradley in such a time.
Predict and Win

Latest Posts

The Girl who Cried Lies

We are all eager to find the ideal person. The person we can fall in love with and be the social animal that we are. How do you meet this person?

The Two Pillars

Raising children with unconditional love means accepting your child and making them believe in your love. Unconditional love means that the parent fully accepts the child without any restrictions or reservations, right? But is it really what is happening around the world?

A Debtor that Never Pays

Fredrick and Dwayne are two close businessmen and friends. They both invested in farming and their poultry business made them famous over and above their agricultural ventures and produce.

The Creepy Lie-Buster

The night is slowly crawling in. It is dawning on Mohandas as his last breath beckons. Still, he has so much to do handing family heritages over to his kids as proposed by tradition. With the few words left in his mouth, he calls on Arjun and Sai in his shaky mutters.

Nailing the Betrayal

Reyansh and Shaurya are two jolly friends in Majuli village, Assam India. They are so fond of themselves that villagers know that the other is around once they see one of them. The same applies to their parents. The two families are so close that the bond between them seems like that of a snail and its shell. This is their story.

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