SIMPLY SHOBANA

You, the difference

Have you noticed how a picture stands out in the dark? The ambience without clutter, The radiance without daylight, The luminescence under a moonlight. ~ Do you feel like you are in another dimension? Like your feet is… Read More

Then I Came Along

A long time ago, When Sunrises were taken for granted, I ran with the wildflowers, growing tall on sprawling meadows. ~ Some days were long, While others thrust forward, just like the milestones I tread, Liberating, freeing and… Read More

When You Swim With The Sharks

Some books that might interest your summer reading! A review will be much appreciated. Have a safe, wonderful weekend everyone. The Healing Riverbeds is an entry for the Kindle UK Storyteller Contest. $0.99 on Kindle. “Mom, do you… Read More

One Mind, One Choice.

There were days when my wings were clipped, and I couldn’t fly away with the wind, There were too many who constricted my flight, They came in droves, some to participate, some to witness, a killing gone wrong…. Read More

An Answer To A Million Prayers

Sometimes I wondered if God was with me, Not a day had gone by, when I gave up asking, Not a minute, unrest in my troubled mind, set me asking again, again. ~ I once stood in prayer,… Read More

Article Published on Subtledge Indus of India.

On 15th August 2020, India celebrates its 73rd Independence Day. Subtledge Indus of India invited me to submit an article of not more than 500 words, expressing my sentiments for the country, and if selected, I knew that… Read More

The Curse of the White Rose – A Review

Well, I got a review on my story. It’s free to read, and like. Like to vote before 31/08/2020. https://www.inkitt.com/stories/fantasy/562248 spellbinding tale of the evil hidden behind beauty! The story is very captivating! It made me wish it… Read More

Still Alive, And That’s A Good Thing!

The Curse of the White Rose – The Story

https://www.inkitt.com/stories/fantasy/562248 The Curse of the White Rose – The Story “I remember looking at a wolf in the eye once, thinking that something lurked behind those glowering eyes that stared back at me. It had been standing on… Read More