Wednesday, December 28, 2011
Storywheel: The Best of 2011
As the year draws to a close, here is The Best of 2011 from Storywheel. This list is in order of my preference, so the first one is what I like the most (Sorry, David Letterman. This is my blog and I get to do my lists, my way!).
This is top of the list of stories for 2011 and deals with guilt. One of my personal favorites. I have a fascination for train stations and this story opens with a railway station scene.
This is a fictionalized account of true events from twenty years ago... the part about Hindi movies.
Madras Chronicles — Billa and Ranga:
Madras Chronicles — Summer of '79:
Pure fiction. I loved writing this story and coming up with a totally twisted ending.
Happy reading. Enjoy!
Image Credit: Crevasse by Barrie Sutcliffe via Flickr T he train stopped at Jolarpettai station. Sundaram collected his ba...
Present time—3:43 PM “Die!” he said, pulling the trigger. The muffled sound of the bullet was drowned by the unremarkable song playing on th...
S undaram sat in the backseat and looked outside his car window. The city had changed so much in the last twenty years. He had come to India...
I glanced at my watch. Coach Singh was still answering a question from a reporter from The Sydney Morning Herald. The press conference shou...
W e were driving home after I picked up my sons from violin class. The underground tunneling work for the Metro Rail had made our drive home...
M urphy’s Law. This shouldn’t have happened. But it did. The only thing that went according to plan was the trigger of the high prio...