Here’s the live stream of my 5th Webinar: Decoding Horror genre for Writers:
Prompt-writing is one of the best tools for fiction writers. Period. You’ll find various definitions for it on the internet, but for me, it is simply what the name suggests: A topic around which a short piece of fiction is written promptly. Generally, the said piece of fiction is in the range of 100-1000 wordsContinue reading “Prompt-Writing”
Her by Heena Rathore P. A flash fiction for Describli’s photo prompt. Her is a horror-mystery scrib that best describes the author’s writing style.
Genre: Hillbilly Fiction Jon enters the house with a bright smile on his face. The moment I see him grinning from ear to ear, I smile at him and raise me eyebrows, “What did yer get for me today?” He shrugs as if tis no big deal and points behind him with a flick ofContinue reading “Game Night”
BlogBattle is a weekly short story challenge in which participants write short stories using a single word for inspiration. You can visit Blogbattle’s blog to find out more about it at Blogbattle: Inspired To Write. This week’s word is Photograph. NOTE: This is a piece of fiction any resemblance to any person or place (living or dead) isContinue reading “Clicked – #Blogbattle”
BlogBattle is a weekly short story challenge using a single word for inspiration. You can visit Rachael’s blog to find out more about #blogbattle- Writing Rachael Ritchey. This week’s word: Leviathan. Annihilation (Part #1) The Next Worst Thing Genre: Dystopian, Apocalyptic Fiction, Young Adult Lilly, Grandma and I sit in our rocking boat hugging each other tightly, waitingContinue reading “The Next Worst Thing (Annihilation #2) – #Blogbattle”
I’ve decided to participate in Rachael Ritchey‘s awesome weekly prompt- BlogBattle. I came across it through a very dear friend’s blog- Phoenix Grey. You can visit Rachael’s blog to find out more about #blogbattle- Writing Rachael Ritchey BlogBattle rules: 1000 words max fictional tale (or true if you really want) PG (no more than PG-13) Content – let’sContinue reading “Weep A While Longer”
Annihilation- a short story by Heena Rathore P.
Trying To Get Home- a short story by Heena Rathore P.
A Lost Memory is a flash fiction written by Heena Rathore P. for Describli’s photo prompt.
This scrib is the first part of her series named Bianca Brown, a fantasy short series.
A Haunting Lullaby, a poem by Heena Rathore P.
Free – After A Long Time: A story by Heena Rathore P.
Jessie is a Contemporary Fiction short-story series about a girl named Jessie. This series is written on photo-prompts and includes emotional themes of love, family, support, getting over fears, etc.
This short piece is written for Describli’s photo prompt – Afternoon Tea.
This short-story (1,000 words) is written for the photo-prompts at Describli.