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I am Lavanya. A Chartered Accountant by profession and a writer by passion. A Bibliophile, crazy Wodehouse fan and always on the watch for the proof of possibility of multiverse travel. Humour and fantasy are my favourite genres.

  • A2Z Challenge! The big day! Theme Reveal!

    Are you readddddddy???
    Spoiler alert: Multiple themes!!!

  • The Man

    Abel watched with surprise as the man’s eyes glazed upon his question and his hands moved on time to an imaginary music.

  • Musical memories

    The girls sat lazily in the whitsun by the poolside after an extremely energetic swimming afternoon and wished the castle footman would return soon with the lemonade.

  • Sunrise and Shadows!

    The horror of her impending doom had dulled. Yet the rogue voice wouldn’t be silent reminding her of the rash decision she had made to trade excessive life credits in a desperate hope to save her dying mother.

  • #Blogchatter A2Z – a funvee in the making!

    Age is just a number or so they say! But when you are a mere 6 months old, every day, every action and every tiddly-winks that you engage in, becomes that much more special and that much more magical! The… Read More ›

  • Hulohot

    Hulohot looked every inch the warrior chieftain that he was as he finished applying the final coat of bark white stripes on his face. As he bared his teeth at the pool water, his deputy Chu-chu came running.

  • Ganpati Bappa Morya!

    But Ashu had persevered and had even pointed out that their cricket Ganesha in the year when India won the world cup was an assured hit. He had also, rather cunningly, pointed out how their Ganesha would one-up the idol the next street guys had already bought.

  • The Blue Moon

    “I do wonder whether the ancients would feel a strong sense of déjà vu all over again, at least those who sat helplessly during a particularly prone period of climate change. Their inaction had led to the current state of affairs where one could no longer leave the air conditioned protected sanctuary of the smart buildings the residual human society lives in without protective clothing against the extreme temperatures that rage outside.”

  • The crash

    The truck raced on past the intersection circle. The occupants of the blue car were leaning out of the open doors towards the traffic cop heedless of the looming danger.

  • Andddd, he was gone!

    “What didyado, punk? Where is he?”

    “I didn’t do anything, I swear. I was just playing with him and then suddenly, whoosh, he isn’t there.”