Women's Fiction

By Gautam in Women's Fiction | Reads: 3,544 | Likes: 14
Poorna’s youthful mind, at that instant, wasn’t thinking about the reason for the sudden wave of passion that flooded her mind. It could have been the ambience as it was half past three in the morning, the full moon above still promising at least two hours of utter darkness. It could hav  Read More...
Published on Jun 11,2022 11:05 AM
Enchanted chocolate
By Bushra Jamal in Women's Fiction | Reads: 1,552 | Likes: 0
Enchanted chocolate This is the story of a girl, who was an innocent, lovable child in her family. She had two brothers and one sister. Including her, the two sisters were the younger ones in her family. Family members were very careful about her, because she was so innocent and very kindly . Her na  Read More...
Published on Jun 11,2022 05:42 PM
A lady in my life.
By tonysagarchiluvuri9 in Women's Fiction | Reads: 2,622 | Likes: 3
A lady in my life. what do you guys think about this title, I think there will be a lot of questions for this “what is the real meaning of this title?” here we go and see what our writer says about this title and the story behind this. This story starts with a lady who sacrifices her who  Read More...
Published on Jun 11,2022 11:52 PM
Priya's childhood days
By Bushra Jamal in Women's Fiction | Reads: 1,496 | Likes: 0
Chapter-1 Priya's childhood days, her family became in crisis of financial.Because her uncle was a criminal , Some policemen came to capture him,but he ran away from the house ,all the time the policemen kept their eyes on them. Her parents decided to keep their two beautiful daughters with her gra  Read More...
Published on Jun 11,2022 06:04 PM
Coconut Trees
By Swathi Rao in Women's Fiction | Reads: 1,614 | Likes: 0
In a small town in southern India, in the coastal state of Kerala, where the banana fritters were delicious and the heat was scorching, Prema was living her quiet life as a high school teacher. The small town had a school of around 500 students out of which Prema taught Chemistry to 100 of them. She  Read More...
Published on Jun 11,2022 10:08 PM
The wings of a girl
By Ritu in Women's Fiction | Reads: 1,956 | Likes: 3
Once upon a time there was a girl named Rinu. Rinu was just 15 years old. She wad completely illeterate. There are only she and her dog was alive in her family. Remaining members was expired approximately when Rinu was 3 years old. She was earning money by selling wastes. But she was very kind whate  Read More...
Published on Jun 12,2022 03:09 PM
6year girl abused
By Bushra Jamal in Women's Fiction | Reads: 1,424 | Likes: 1
Page -1 This is the story of the teacher and the student. The teacher was working as a school attendant in the school. She was very honest, confident, and intelligent. Her name was Durga, an unmarried single woman. But in a relationship with a journalist. Durga, as a school attendant, knows every c  Read More...
Published on Jun 12,2022 03:04 PM
Why always girls??
By MJ in Women's Fiction | Reads: 1,832 | Likes: 1
The story starts from girl house. Her age is about 9 . Her name is sobha. One day she get raped by three boys and boys age  16-17 . We all know in India there is no sex and fertility chapter. She scared from nights a lot. The people said " why you always wear shorts pant...you are a girl not a   Read More...
Published on Jun 13,2022 02:14 AM
A neglected woman
By Ajil Jose kuttenchery in Women's Fiction | Reads: 2,003 | Likes: 1
A neglected woman  Sita is a loving woman. She cares and consider each one of  their family members. But every one in her family disliked Sita. She had no talent or creative ability to prove herself as a brave woman. But one of her cousin  remya know that she can do many things by her  Read More...
Published on Jun 13,2022 06:50 AM
By akamyamini in Women's Fiction | Reads: 1,734 | Likes: 4
                       THE KEYCHAIN      In a small town in the southern part of India lives a young girl named Sangeetha. She was a die- hard fan of the popular celebrity Singer(AK). Her bedroom walls are adorned with sever  Read More...
Published on Jun 14,2022 11:47 AM
By mepoojaverma26 in Women's Fiction | Reads: 1,579 | Likes: 0
Ek ladki jo ki ek software engineer banana chahti thi.ek aazad khayalo ki always ladko ki trah rahti.naa kisi se darti always apne dream ko pura Krna chahti.ek computer centre main ek instructor thi .sare bacche usse darte hilter didi ke naam se jani jati.per uske ghar wale tore purne khayalo ke wo   Read More...
Published on Jun 15,2022 12:51 AM
By Rani Kumari in Women's Fiction | Reads: 1,739 | Likes: 0
Yeh ek aise larki ke kahani hai.jo bhot brave   Read More...
Published on Jun 15,2022 05:02 AM
A Woman in the Dark
By Siva Aravindan in Women's Fiction | Reads: 3,029 | Likes: 10
The place was dark except for the stars that twinkled in harmony. The roadlights were gone except for the reflectors that glinted the bushes on the either sides with a silver lining. With her car halted in the middle of the road she waited for her opponents to step up. Three of them made their way t  Read More...
Published on Jun 17,2022 01:15 PM
Mother : A super hero
By Gloria George Stephen in Women's Fiction | Reads: 3,592 | Likes: 3
All I am , or hope to be , I owe to my mom.        It's very hard to write about mother .Because her sacrifice for us is just amazing no other person can do this for us as our mother does for us           It's said that love is blind It's actually tr  Read More...
Published on Jun 17,2022 11:50 PM
If Only You Could Trust Him
By Afreen Shanavas in Women's Fiction | Reads: 1,665 | Likes: 1
Missing a bus is just another typical nuisance in a commuter's life but what makes it worse is the way back home. For all the bravado you displayed, deep down, a spring was spurting tiny doses of anxiety and dread at every testosterone that walked past. Be it cars or dirt bikes, the presence of men   Read More...
Published on Jun 18,2022 02:16 PM
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