Mystery Blogger Award Nomination

I have been nominated for this award by: Tales from the mind of Kristian and MutedMouthful.

Head over to their blogs for a bunch of nice reads! 😀

This was my first ever nomination on WordPress. Thank You, you two! 😀

I really do apologize for such a late response.


About the award: “The Mystery Blogger Award” is an award for amazing bloggers with ingenious posts. Their blog not only captivates; it inspires and motivates. They are one of the best out there, and they deserve every recognition they get. This award is also for bloggers who find fun and inspiration in blogging; and they do it with so much love and passion.

Okoto Enigma


On to The Rules (which are meant to be bended and broken):

1) Thank whoever nominated you and include link to their blog (Aye Aye)

2) Mention the creator of the award and provide a link as well (Aye Aye)

3) Tell your readers 3 things about yourself (Uh huh..things other than the stories I tell)

4) Answer the questions from the person who nominated you (Gonna take on the combined ten questions! )

5) Nominate 10-20 bloggers you feel deserve the award.  (Wow! That’s a huge number indeed. Will cut that short.)

6) Ask your nominees 5 questions of your choice with one weird or funny one (That’s a lot of questions!)

7) Notify your nominees by commenting on their blog (Aye Aye)


Three Things About Me:

1) I love soup. I can have any soup at any time of the day, or night! 🙂 If you have any stories revolving around soup, I definitely want to read them!

2) I love playing football!

3) I am obsessed with Star Wars!!


Q & A:

1) What has been the most unexpected benefit you’ve found in Blogging?

The community support. Not just compliments and suggestions, but the active participation at creating and answering prompts are all amazing things that let me evolve continuously along with the community.

2) What type of jokes do you find funny? Tell one of your favourites.

Any kind of jokes. It is really easy to make me laugh most of the times. I am partial to Double entendres. Here is a funny joke I heard:

My dad sent me to a psychiatrist for wearing his bra again.

If you guys have any jokes or stories revolving around puns, again please share them with me.

3) Would you choose a holiday/vacation to a hot beach or a cool forest?

An island that has both – a hot beach and cool forest.

4) If you were stuck on a desert island, what book would you like to have with you?

I dunno if this comes across as a cliché, but I would love to have the book – Robinson Crusoe with me.

5) The Wolf.


1) What has been the highlight of your week so far?

Food! 😀 😀

2) What inspires you to write?

The power of words. They can transport you from your reality to a different one. I love writing to transport readers, making them imagine new things.


3) If you had to live underground for a month, how would you prepare?

Under the ground? Would probably need to develop night vision! XD

4) What is your favorite word?

Puggles! 😀

5) What is one of your favorite jokes or puns?

Heyyy! This one seems familiar. I’ll give you another funny one I know:

Sarah goes to school, and the teacher says, “Today we are going to learn multi-syllable words, class. Does anybody have an example of a multi-syllable word?” Sarah waves her hand, “Me, Miss Rogers, me, me!” Miss Rogers says, “All right, Sarah, what is your multi-syllable word?” Sarah says, “Mas-tur-bate.” Miss Rogers smiles and says, “Wow, Sarah, that’s a mouthful.” Sarah says, “No, Miss Rogers, you’re thinking of a blowjob.”

My nominees:



Questions to my nominees:

  1. If you could write only one novel in your lifetime, what would be the genre?
  2. Why and when did you start blogging?
  3. If you could have a drink with any fictional character, what drink would it be, which character, and why?

If any of you chooses not to respond to the nomination, absolutely no issue with that! 🙂


Happy Reading! 😀


Six-Word Story Challenge: Monster



“Brainwashed, Trained To Kill: Monsters Unleashed.”


Here are two more takes on the prompt:

“He Slept, Awoke Shivering. Damn Monsters!”

“Builder Grabs Land: A Modern Monster.”


Which one did you like the best?

Do let me know…

As always, do let me know in case you choose to take up the challenge! 🙂


J I Rogers runs this challenge!

Do check it out! 🙂




Flash Fiction: Unimpressed

It is really irritating when you have a well-traveled, know-it-all husband. He fails to find anything impressive.
“Look darling, a rainbow!”
“Calm down woman. It is not like the first rainbow we have seen, you know.” Sometimes, it makes me feel guilty about being so easily impressed.

Yesterday I finally got a one up on him.
“Come here at the window. Look at the bird out there.”
“You want me to leave the comfort of my couch and walk there just to see some bird?”
“But it is a large white bird and it is coming closer..”
“Nothing special about a huge white bird. I have seen the Andean Condor up close.”
*rumble* *rumble*
“Get away from the window. It’s an earthquake!”
“No darling, it is the white bird.”
My husband got up from the couch and rushed to the window.

The gigantic bird stomping around in the city, left his mouth hanging open for the first very time.

Not unimpressed anymore.

Word Count: 157

Written for Flash Fiction for the Purposeful Practitioner Week 21

Flash Fiction: Tragedy

Paul checked his location. He had almost reached the target.

Even as a kid, Paul knew his calling lay in the skies. He had aced pilot training just before the world plunged into chaos. Paul never wanted to shoot anyone out of the skies. However, when the fight came to his country’s border he was shoehorned into the air force.

Paul checked his radar, took a deep breath and pushed the button-of-doom. His actions would be called heroic by his countrymen. However, Paul knew what it really was.

A tragedy.

Word Count: 96

Written for Masters of Writing Flash Fiction Challenge, week 5

Do let me know your views on the story

And I do apologize for the infrequent posts and responses. I am traveling but will be back soon..full swing!!☺️

Six-Sentence Story: Echo

Alexa cupper her hands around her mouth and screamed at the valley.


HELLO HELLO HELLO, came the echo.

Alexa squealed in joy, wanting another crack at it.


SIRI SIRI SIRI, came the echo (?)


Written in response to GirlieOnTheEdge’s Six Sentence Story


This was just one of those crazy, random ideas! 😛


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Flash Fiction: The Test

She had never felt less prepared for a test in her entire life. Not a clue about her final test. She needed to be at her best. However, the surrounding gloomy forest was not helping one bit.

Her examiners were leading her deeper into the forest. She did not feel right about the test. She wanted to run back home and hide under her bed covers. She knew that was not an option. Finally, after trudging for an hour through the murky woods, she reached her destination. She finally saw it – her final test. It was an antique car. Grey and red in colour, it looked in great shape other than its wheels. The wheels were not attached to the car. They were placed right next to where they were meant to be. Her examiners pointed towards the car.

“Fix it and drive us out of here.”

She had never imagined this would be her final test.

“I have never driven one before. I was not trained for it.”

The oldest examiner placed his hand on her shoulder.

“Cadet, you cannot train for everything. If you are going to infiltrate the humans, you need to improvise.”


Word Count: 197



Phew! Mashed up three prompts here for the first time :




I do hope the story turned out well! 🙂

100 Word Wednesday: Bookshelf

I love my bookshelf. Made from pine, it fits the aesthetics of my room. I am quite proud of it because I built it myself.

The bookshelf is adorned with books. Books that told me stories, given me ideas, and knowledge. I have learned a lot about my fellow humans from them. In fact, I love them exactly as they are. Can’t displace even one of them.  You see, if I pick up the one titled Life, the bookshelf opens up to reveal the entrance to my secret lair.

Can’t risk anyone finding the bodies there. Never!


Word count: 97


Written for 100 Word Wednesday: Week 70

Do check out Bikurgurl’s prompt! 🙂


If you thought this story was interesting, do check out The Pain