Category: Fantasy & Fiction

Fantasy & Fiction

July 18, 2017 Rosita Ninova No comments exist

          For hours, Galahad sat on a stool with his back against a rock, cleaning blood off arrowheads before grinding them against a worn whetstone to make them sharp again. He shortened shafts that had splintered so they could be reused, and re-fletched them with cut bits of cloth, as his supply…

June 6, 2017 Rosita Ninova No comments exist

        Jamal held a hand up, shading his eyes from the sun as he watched the unmanned tenders launch from Garuda 9, their mother ship. They departed one after the other, roughly five minutes apart, which was about how long it took the ground crews to unload them. Garuda 9 loomed in…

May 26, 2017 Rosita Ninova No comments exist

    An excerpt from the novel “Checking Out of the Hotel Euthanasia” by Gerard Graham due to be published in early 2017.     Angela at this point, recognising that Zeca was moving into his story-telling mode, powered down to a state of hibernation as she had become accustomed to doing while waiting for…

May 21, 2017 Rosita Ninova No comments exist

      When he collapsed on the carpet after smoking a cigarette that he had always rejected, and his body sprouted sparks, we all had our mouths open, I do not miss someone who drooled, the girlfriend was frightened and everything It seemed logical because we were among friends: Matias alias “Sparks” was a…

May 11, 2017 TellyTell 2 comments

Chapter 1 The Morning of the Job     Beep…Beep…Beep…Beep…   “Titan Alarm”   Beep…Beep..WACK!!.Beeeep   “Fixed”   Crawling out of bed I saw the last flickers of life from the now broken alarm clock. It was 8:51am on the 14th of May 2120.   “Titan I feel old,” I thought to myself looking at…

May 10, 2017 TellyTell 1 comment

Acknowledgement Thank you maa for bringing me to this world. This book is a small gift from me to you. Chapter 1 After a hectic week at the workplace and working for back-to-back two Sundays, Bob was dying to find solace. The two urgent presentations of his agency took away all the energy from him….

April 24, 2017 TellyTell 1 comment

              Nikki placed the small wooden box on the wooden coffee table, which Mike’s daughters had adopted as their seat. It took only seconds for them to sit either side. Mike struggled to place his stroke-weakened hand on the lid. “This is your great-great-granddad’s treasure chest. He found it in…

April 22, 2017 TellyTell 1 comment

December 27, 03.10 a.m., Air Force Base Awantipora, Kashmir Corporal Charles Muttiah James of the Indian Air Force rubbed his eyes with the back of his right hand, trying to remain alert on the last watch of perimeter patrol as he slowly trudged across the apron of the runway, avoiding the hardened snow heaps that…