He looked around the store purple hues with just the corner LED bulb switched on. He couldn’t risk being seen. He would lose all that he had worked for in the last 10 years. He grinned as he remembered his journey… the hours of hard … Continue reading Prologue
Clinical experiences embedded in the cocoon of the fictional world. The purpose being spreading disability awareness.
- the special sister…an awareness post
- wired differently…(Awareness post) Moushmi lived in her happy paradise. She had a wonderful doting husband, Praful who worked in an MNC. After three years of marriage they were blessed with a bonny boy Arjun. … Continue reading wired differently…
- Clinicologues fiction
- Micro-tale 1the theme was ‘surprise‘ and it had to have the title in the story body. this is a way i have combined my profession and passion. #stutteringawareness
Chapter 4 She was frowning … He then asked in his voice sounding hollow. “whaath happen?” (What happened) She was annoyed by now; she asked him, “Why are you speaking like that?” His smile dropped and he frowned and looked away… it was then she … Continue reading the revelation….
Chapter 1 Amishi was waiting for the lecture to get over… How she hated research methodology… She couldn’t tolerate statistics subject. In the final year of graduation studies, this was a compulsory subject. She was doing her bachelor of social work and loved studying humanities, … Continue reading missing…
an awareness post
2) clinicologues…. It’s been a childhood passion for writing fiction. The tough perils of life left little time to pursue the same. But then you come to a phase of life where you decide…. THIS IS IT.My Eureka moment happened early this year. I got … Continue reading 1) romance brought alive….
Chapter 33 Kajal put the final touches on her salwar kameez and the subtle make-up. She didn’t need to, but the anxiety was getting the better of her. They were to meet ex-ACP Pradhan tomorrow. What would they find out? They had reached Mumbai yesterday. … Continue reading bingo…and some more
Chapter 32 KB stared at her at her admission… Would he hate her now? For what her father presumably did years ago? Kajal thought he would move away and her heart sank thinking of losing it all over again. But she had to admit it. … Continue reading connections come alive…
Chapter 31 The light falling on their eyes woke them up as they lay in a heap of tangled limbs. KB moved her stray lock of hair, interfering in her vision and she chuckled as he bent and kissed her forehead. Kajal had never felt … Continue reading revelations galore
Chapter 30 Kajal sat on a chair next to the poster bed where KB lay, a pale form of his former self. Even though not conscious, he gripped her hand in his. They had rushed him back to the resort, and the doctor had started … Continue reading the union…
Chapter 29 KB stared at the guards. They looked like oversized idiots. He had asked one of them to order a cup of coffee for him, but he stood still, not budging from outside his room, where they kept a watch in turns. The heavy … Continue reading KB in danger?
Chapter 28 Two days had passed ever since he argued with Kajal, and she hadn’t spoken a word with him. He missed having her around, her banter. She worked late, and whenever she arrived, she went straight into her room. She saw to it that … Continue reading where are the guards? (#BDSM alert)
Chapter 27 Kajal stepped into the vast foyer of Sharanya Productions. It was the first day of her job here. They had been kind enough to consider her appearing later for her exams. She walked towards the reception, where a temporary ID card was issued … Continue reading the deed…
Chapter 26 The marigold fragrance wafted into her autopilot senses, the mogra garlands adorning her bun engulfing her in their ambrosial throes. Kajal sat in the makeshift mandap arranged in the Chintamani temple premises. She was dressed in a bright red saree chosen by her … Continue reading married
Chapter 25 Kajal sprinkled the finely chopped cilantro on the kanda poha she prepared for breakfast that day. It was almost a week since KB had come home from the hospital. A couple of nights though there was a male nurse with him, she kept … Continue reading closer….
Chapter 24 ACP Ramanrao Pradhan was a name to reckon with. The burly six feet tall man just short of his sixtieth birthday stared into the full-length mirror in the police quarters at Nagpur. He was retiring next week and moving to Mumbai… the city … Continue reading the ACP link