Category: Non Fiction Stories

Non Fiction Stories

January 13, 2018 Rosita Ninova No comments exist

  “Yeah, I know what you mean. The last time I went to the gynaecologist, she told me the same thing,” the ticket seller said, chatting to the young woman sitting beside her at the counter. My attention drifted back to the conversation. I might have been shocked if I hadn’t witnessed dozens of similarly…

July 29, 2017 Rosita Ninova No comments exist

  If I hadn’t met Mr. Sukhdevlal Chaddha that day, it would have been the same boring Sunday for me.    Chapter 1 “I love the city, because this was where it all began,” said Mr. Chaddha as he stirred the sugar of his tea. Mr. Sukhdevlal Chaddha, retired as a Senior Photographer from The…

May 19, 2017 Rosita Ninova No comments exist

            I was nine years old, my kid brother and I were tossing the baseball in the back yard on a sunny Saturday afternoon. Traipsing around the corner of the house from whichever project he was toiling with, my father called to us, “get in the truck you two, I have…

May 15, 2017 TellyTell 6 comments

           All had seemed well for over a year, that is before my routine started to slip. I watched myself save the four Oxycodone pills, intended to last for a twenty-four hour period, and then swallow them all at once. Twenty milligrams down the hatch in an instant, each evening after…

May 12, 2017 TellyTell 2 comments

Goodbye Mr. Nic   It seems like only yesterday that I took my last puff just before I went to bed. I had set myself a challenge never to smoke again. At 11pm on that eventful night I happily dumped three packets of cigarettes, my legendary glass ashtray, and four lighters. That was me giving…

May 11, 2017 TellyTell No comments exist

  It was very hot and humid – the temperature reaching into the low 90s. But they kept coming through the entry gates – all being thoroughly searched before they gained entry. Each then were personally escorted by an usher (high ranking enlisted personnel and officers of all the branches of service) to a seat…

April 20, 2017 TellyTell No comments exist

Author of Lotus-eating Japan. This piece is excerpt to the larger work “Lotus-eating Japan: Who is this man I hardly know? .”   Galaxy   The Galaxy that exists, let me explain this so called reality.    One where the mind is constantly questioning its 24-carat reliability.    There are the Sundays when a congregation meets,   …

April 19, 2017 TellyTell No comments exist

So you’re considering taking a vacation driving around Lake Superior.  This is a great choice — IF — 1.  You enjoy great natural beauty;  2.  And if you’d like a reprieve from summer’s hot, humid weather.   We left home about 11 am on a hot, rainy and humid Saturday in July.  And the mosquitoes…