April 17, 2018 Twittering Tales #81 – 24 April 2018


Alex was super excited as he embarked on his first train journey in a foreign land. The lush green country side the snow capped mountains, caused his adrenaline to rush. He was soaked in the scenic beauty, when he heard a loud blast, and the train came to a screeching halt….


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Twittering Tale #77 – 26 March 2018


Mrs Lynda, the head of the orphanage, quipped, Anita would go to her new home. Her new parents would be coming soon to complete the adoption formalities.

Little Anita, anxiously waited, looking at the stairway entrance, with bated breath, to meet her new parents for the first time.


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Twittering Tale #63 – 19 December 2017

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IC: Kat Myrman

“When confessions of the mind happen, under duress, and you are surrounded by darkness, &  feel totally lost – delve deep within to find that tiny spark to dispel the darkness, and enlighten your path, to show you the way to emerge from the shackles of constraints and obstacles”.


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Twittering Tales #61 – 5 December 2017

The challenge :

This week…a twist. The photo below by MorningbirdPhoto at Pixabay.com features someone holding a stack of books. Now, you can write a tale about this book lover…or if you’re up for a challenge, pick one of the books and write your tale based on the title.And let’s take it up a notch if you’re really up for a challenge…choose several titles and incorporate them into your story! The possibilities are endless!

Here’s my take on the challenge.

In the ‘Far North” was ‘The Maze‘. The ‘All of a kind family‘,of the ‘Maffots‘, headed there, as they believed they were ‘Called to Die’, by the ‘Monster in the hollows’. Those who survived, should head straight ‘For the Temple‘. So was the belief of ‘The Moffats‘.


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November 28, 2017 Twittering Tales #60​ – 28 November 2017


“Peace, calm and serene surroundings of the park pump in a fresh lease of life in me”, said Anna, as she visited the park in the carriage after a few decades. “The unprocessed, crisp, chill breeze rejuvenates  my inner being. Am so glad to be back here, I can now live.”


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