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I am an independent writer and multi-award winning blogger who writes on parenting, humour, fiction and general lifestyle topics. - Sid Balachandran

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The Phone Call

The Phone Call

“Would you answer a call, if you knew the person on the other end wanted you dead?”

A piece of flash fiction written for the prompt, ‘Scream’. One of my shortest pieces yet.

Of being ‘nice’

Of being ‘nice’

As a child, I was brought up just like most other kids around me. I was told/ taught to be ‘nice to people’, which if you think of it, is often confused with being polite or having good manners. But in the adult world, often, being nice means something else, as I learnt the hard way.

Dad at the playground

Dad at the playground

“The moment I set foot in the sand-filled play area, I feel a panic-attack coming. It was as if I had crossed an invisible (and rather delicate) line and into a predominantly ‘mom-dominated’ space. ”

The List | By Asha Vishwanathan

The List | By Asha Vishwanathan

The lovely, Asha Vishwanathan, weaves her magic quill for her first ever piece of fiction. Surely, that must make you curious enough to read.

Of Toddlers and Impromptu Hugs

Of Toddlers and Impromptu Hugs

In some ways, having a toddler is like having a puppy. For instance, both of them get inexplicably excited when you ring the door bell. The only difference being that the ‘human puppy’ doesn’t lick as much. Well, not usually anyway.

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