The Prominent People in My Life, Believing in Me
In this article, I name a few people who positively influenced my life, which makes me want to talk about them again and again. Read on.
A Memoir, Inspired by a Childhood Photo
One of my childhood photos, which shows me as a baker in a play, inspired me to write this piece. Reluctance and hate on my behalf for the play made every rehearsal agonizing for me. Read on to find out how it all radically transformed.
Remembering That Gentleman
This is the story of a gentleman from a small hometown who could have lived better and thrived. Yet, despite his intelligence and merits, the life decisions he took led him astray. Look inside to read the intriguing tale.
An Elegant and Enigmatic Mom
This piece is about my lovely Mom, who took care of our family with love and affection and brought up all her children, giving them a good education and settling them in life. Interested? Look inside.
Samantha’s Discreet Decision
This piece is written as a response to the 7th Romance Writing Prompt in the article, "70 Creative Writing Prompts” authored by Bessiebooks on HubPages. It is a short love story, ending on an empowering note despite a tragedy. Look inside. You will find out what I mean.
Playing the Harmonium Part-3
This article is in continuation of the pieces, "Playing the Harmonium Part-1 and Part-2." In Part-3, I am mainly going to cover parts of two more songs that I remember how to play, their videos, and a background of the poet, who composed these songs, in a little more detail.
A Picture Story of the Vacations in Our Country from Abroad
This piece is a picture story showing all the places we visited in our country during vacations from abroad. Want to know more? Look inside.
The Rafiq Family
This story is about a young girl maturing and committing to marriage and eventually disciplining her daughters so that as a family together, they combat through the bad times and make memories of the good times. Interested? Read on.
The Curse on Our Neighbor’s Home
There is some kind of curse befallen on our neighbor’s home during an early stage in my life. Will we continue to see the curse go on? Or will some miracle happen? Interested? Read on.
An Assembly of My Favorites
Which are your favorite things in your life? Here is my list. Interested? Read on.
Julekha, Will She Be a Queen?
This piece is written in response to a prompt in Moe Wood’s article, “100 Short Story (or Novel) Writing Prompts.” In High School, someone called Julekha a hag. She realized she wasn’t a princess after all. Years later, when she was invited to her High School reunion, she felt hesitant. Read on.
Gemini’s Family Touring With a German Couple Part-2
This piece is in continuation of the short story, “A Bizarre Encounter for Little Gemini Part-1.” In the new article, Gemini’s family goes to Stuttgart, Germany to visit old friends and have a good time touring places and also Switzerland. Interested? Read on.
A Treasured Friendship
Zara got a teaching job at the same university she graduated. She went abroad for higher education, and on re-joining her home university, she found a top ex-student as her colleague. Read on to find out how the friendship between the two flourished over time. Read on
Three Defining Childhood Moments That Helped to Shape into Me Today
I am writing this piece in response to HP fellow writer, Samantha Harris’s Creative Nonfiction prompt#1 in her article, “100+ Creative Writing Prompts & Story Ideas.” Care to know what my three defining childhood moments are? Read on.
My Dad’s Heart-Ailment Journey
This piece describes the journey of my Dad with a heart ailment and how he succumbed to his illness. I also describe how much I grieved for the loss and how I overcame it to skyrocket in my endeavors. Read on.
In Anticipation of a Second Chance
This piece is written in response to a good friend and HP fellow writer, Brenda Arledge's prompt, "Chance" and also in response to prompt#8 of Hp fellow writer, Moe Wood's article, "100 Short Story (or Novel) Writing Prompts." Read on.
An Author Writing About Another Author in a Chain
This piece is written as a response to prompt#100 of HP writer, Earl S. Wynn’s article, “101 Writing Prompts to Inspire You.” An author writes about another author in a chain, which is completely imaginary. However, whatever they write is quite authentic. I give my reason for the chain. Read on.
The Empathetic Cashier at the Market
This piece is a response to Prompt#3 of HP writer K. S. Lane's article titled, "10 Creative Writing Prompts to Feed Your Imagination." Here I demonstrate how two of my previously written characters react in the market and interact with the cashier. How do their attitudes differ and why? Read on.
The Threat of the Gangster
This short story is a response to prompt#18 of Earl S. Wynn’s article, “101 Writing Prompts to Inspire You.” Sebastian and his wife, Joyce are just back from their honeymoon and settling in their new home when he gets a sinister phone call from a gangster. Can Sebastian act fast to save themselves? Read on
A Village Girl’s Secret to Abundance
This short story is written as a response to Prompt#3 of the article, “101 Writing Prompts to Inspire You” by HP writer Earl S. Wynn. Putul, a village girl gets a Wi-Fi signal from a neighbor's home, and it connects to her cell phone. What is her secret to abundance from this day onwards? Read on.
The Song Prompt Inspired Annie’s Tale- A Response to Bill’s Final Challenge
This piece is a response to Bill's final challenge. The story is based on a song prompt, which happens to be an ABBA song titled, "I Have a Dream." Annie dreams to become a bank officer and rise up the ladder of success. The ABBA song seems to always push her further towards her dreams. Read on.
The Snakebitten Day
This piece is written as a response to prompt#11 of HP fellow writer, Earl S. Wynn's article, "101 Writing Prompts to Inspire You." Software Engineer, Spencer Lincoln was at work, which seemed like a regular day when dramatically it turned out to be an ill-fated day. What happened? Read on.
In Search of Medical Help
This short story is a response to Chill Clinton’s eighth creative writing prompt, “The Cold Journey.” Mother Elena’s little daughter is feeling very unwell in their cabin in the wilderness. There is snow and ice everywhere. Will Elena be able to reach for medical help? Read on.
Playing the Harmonium Part-2
This piece is in continuation of the article, "Playing the Harmonium Part-1." In the new article, I talk about the parts of some more songs composed by the popular Bengali poets that I like to play and sing on my harmonium, and I reveal a little about the poets too. Read on.
The Dream Mansion- in Response to Chill’s First Prompt, "The Unfamiliar House"
This story is a response to Chill Clinton’s first creative writing prompt, The Unfamiliar House. Autumn finds herself sleeping on a couch different from the setting of her bedroom. How did she get in there? All the doors and windows of the mansion are locked. Will she find a way of escape? Read on.
Learning With Zeal and Zest From Compelling Research Work
Do you love to research? Here is an account of my research work at the Master's level, full of excitement and zeal at one end and fear and panic at another end, myself making a huge breakthrough eventually. Read on.
How One Obnoxious Guy Led to a Miracle for Juliette
A guy bothers Juliette at the office a lot. He even starts spying on her. The office didn’t pay attention to her problem. So, she resigned from work, not being able to bear it. How does this obnoxious guy lead her to a beautiful miracle? Look inside and read on.
How Natalia, a Single Mom Soared High in Life
This is the story of a single mom who raises her son in the right way despite all challenges and obstacles. It is interesting to note how they both found happiness, stability, and peace. Read on.
How I Made Good Use of My Favorite Color, Cyan
My brother always gifted me cyan stuff. What was the mystery behind it? Was it his favorite color, or did he know it was my favorite one? The story unwinds to show how I made good use of my favorite color. Interested? Read on.
The Nelson Sisters
This short story is about two sisters who get admitted to a new school after returning from abroad. They grow together but separate as they enter different universities depending on their passion interests. How well do they manage life/career balance? Interested? Read on.
My Brother’s Journey Through Life Part-2
This story is a continuation of the article, "The Lifestyle of My Brother Part-1". I include in the new article his new job, marriage, residence, and grieving. I hope you enjoy his journey through life. Read on.
An Exhilarating Experience Made Possible by My German Professor
This is the story about how one German Professor helped me to fight my homesickness and earn a higher education prestigious degree. Interested? Read on.
Amusing Anecdotes That You Would Love
This article depicts the author reminiscing comical anecdotes based on real-life experiences that make her smile. Wouldn’t you like to know more? Look inside.
A Few Irresistible Solution Tools for Burning Problems
In this article, I present a few fruitful solution tools for handling burning problems in our daily life. Interested? Read on.
Building a Meaningful Life, Inspired by Bill Holland
This article's title is inspired by Bill Holland. Reading it, you will come to terms with the author's own thoughts on building a meaningful life. Look inside.
Carolyn, the Special Girl
Carolyn could no longer attend a regular school. Her parents admitted her to a special school providing special needs, believing she would soon be able to attend a regular school. Were her parents right? Read on to find the chain of events that happened in her favor despite hurdles in the way.
A Bizarre Encounter for Little Gemini
Melanie and her little daughter, Gemini fly to Los Angeles. At the airport, something strikes Gemini as bizarre. What is it? Will she be happy again? Read on.
Healing Conversations with Dr. Munib, the Psychiatrist
In this short story, a girl named Yasmin gets a raise at work. The others feel jealous, and office politics get so nasty that she decides to abandon the workplace for good. What happens next? How does the ‘Psychiatrist’ in the story title fit in? Interested? Read on.
Will the Special Bond Persist?
In this short story, a girl named Cynthia attends the orientation ceremony in a university where she meets a guy named Adnan. They talk to each other and fall in love. Will this bond persist, or will it last only four years at the university? Read on to find out.
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