Welcome to the forum from a fellow Indian. I am glad that you didn’t specify any particular genre. I have written stories in different genre and I am sharing a few here, which haven’t got the readership I was hoping for. Please check them out. I hope you find them interesting.
My current Mystery/Thriller story “Spies and Spice” is split into two books for easy reading and is ongoing.
I would love to know your thoughts on my story, if you chose to read it.
I am writing a collection of romantic short stories titled “Once upon a heartbeat”
I have written a few romantic stories as well and an action thriller with romance as subplot.
All the stories can be found here.
Title : Spies and Spice
Genre : Thriller/ Mystery/Crime/Action
He was known only by his codename Victor.
Fear was his weapon and anonymity his asset…
His junior officers whispered tales of his ruthless and daring heroics while his seniors put up with his unconventional and often barbaric tactics, only because all his missions were successful.
Always… Until he went in a loneman mission, which turned out to be the biggest challenge of his career.
A casual hunch, that his trained instincts found hard to ignore, led him to unravel a huge operation whose tentacles spread from Afghanistan to Delhi, Mumbai to Kerala.
And then came the gruesome murder of his boss and mentor, Intelligence Bureau Chief J.P.Nanda.
He was unstoppable now, hell bent on rooting out the culprits behind this dark world, in spite of facing several dead ends, caught in a maze of deceit, betrayal and never ending danger.
In the midst of it all was an innocent girl, caught between these two extreme and dangerous worlds.
Meanwhile, near the south coast of Goa, the fishermen noticed two bodies that floated ashore to their village. One was their fellow villager and the other unknown…
It was not an unusual sight for them, as the neighborhood in the north was filled with Drug Lords. They informed the relevant people and began the funeral arrangements.
Title : Spies and Spice – A Web of Lies
Spies & Spice story continues in this sequel, A Web of Lies.
Genre : Thriller/Mystery/Action/Crime
Status : Ongoing
Victor has a different battle on his hands now!! To unravel the web of lies his enemies have successfully trapped him under, so that he can prove his identity and eventually avenge his mentor’s death.
But Victor’s enemies, DJ and his gang, are equally determined to complete the unfinished business of silencing him forever!
Victor and his freinds are ready to go any lengths to punish the culprits for their heinous crimes.
And their enemies can’t wait to show the fate that awaits them, for daring to target their crime syndicate.
The stakes on both sides are at an all time high!
As the saying goes, a true victory in a war is achieved by defeating your enemy and not killing them. And Victor wants to do just that.
Truth is on Victor’s side, but is that enough?
Title : Once upon a heartbeat
Genre : Short Story /Slice of Life /Romance /
Status : Ongoing
A collection of short n cute romantic stories that will make your heart beat a little faster. They also feature slice of life stories which are inspired from my personal experiences.
A magical date that was hard to forget
And sweet romantic tale with a beautiful twist.
It will also have my observations or comments from everyday life.
Impulses… Inspirations… ramblings… snippets… call it whatever you want.
Title : Confessions
Genre : Short Story / Young Adult / Romance
Status : Completed
Dev murmured ‘Happy Birthday Chandni’ as he fed me a small piece of cake.
He never called me Chandni and why was he sounding so husky all of a sudden?
As usual, I was imagining things.
I shook my head as I sliced a piece of cake with cherry and tried to feed him. But the icing was soft, and the cake began to slip away from my fingers.
Dev grabbed my hand…
(Oh my! I will remember this day forever!)
…closed his mouth around the cake and my fingers!
… and a hot rush which started somewhere in my core began to spread inside with lightning speed and I felt my cheeks burn.
His mouth was so warm and his lips, they were everything I imagined them to be, and more.
My lips parted as I watched him close his eyes and lick my fingers. Was the cake so good?
Why couldn’t he look at me when I was looking at him so desperately, ready to confess my love that I had buried for five long years?
Dev was Chandni’s best friend once, but they hardly shared a happy moment now a days, even though they met frequently. As next door neighbours.
He had become a hot Pilot and she was leaving for Australia in a week’s time to do her Master’s in IT.
No point in confessing her love for him now, right?