Young Adult Fiction

THE FUTURE OF DESTINY
By Yashasvi in Young Adult Fiction | Reads: 1,544 | Likes: 130
Yashasvi Vashishtha www.vyapariduniya.com www.officiallylife.com Yashasvivash@gmail.com                       THE FUTURE OF DESTINY   byYashasvi Vashishtha                Table of Contents Copyright p  Read More...
Published on Jun 11,2022 11:24 AM
The Sweet Lie.
By Andrew Ramdinthara in Young Adult Fiction | Reads: 2,440 | Likes: 48
It’s the worse day of the week, Monday. I wake up with a headache and the first thing I hear is knocking on my bedroom door. “Get up”, my mom says camly, “you will be late”. I dress myself, putting on my sneaker, my denim Jacket and my black Levi’s trouser. These   Read More...
Published on Jun 11,2022 06:30 PM
The Lingering Child
By Shreya Shokeen in Young Adult Fiction | Reads: 3,758 | Likes: 269
It was a usual day with the sun rising and the birds going about their day. Yet, for me, there was a gloomy atmosphere as I held the warm cup of milk and stood near the balcony rails overlooking the park to the left of which a white and green building stood that was familiar to me in many aspects. I  Read More...
Published on Jun 11,2022 06:09 PM
BE YOURSELF
By Sonia Sharma in Young Adult Fiction | Reads: 346 | Likes: 6
Ria, being a girl from middle class family she had big dreams and goals for her life, infact she always wanted to be a star of the galaxy, a big shinning star diffrent from others and yet full of light (shinning bright). She had given her senior secondary exams, eagerly waiting for results as everyt  Read More...
Published on Jun 11,2022 09:10 PM
The Red String Of Proclivity
By Sneha Chand in Young Adult Fiction | Reads: 662 | Likes: 11
Colours seeping out from her eyesTornado of emotions hurling inUnstable but not patheticEverything seems so quickIt was great thenBut it's grey again "Did I get over you?" I thought gently. The world outside the window was rainy, cloudy and foggy. Mesmerized by the beauty, I touched the window and   Read More...
Published on Jun 20,2022 07:36 PM
Passing the Baton
By N. Srinivasa Raghavan in Young Adult Fiction | Reads: 1,668 | Likes: 24
For nine-year-old Balaji, the past few weeks had been a blur. Something had happened to disturb their idyllic middle-class existence. His was a family of five, his parents, his eldest brother Narendranath aged 17, and his elder sister Renu aged 14. Amongst the three siblings, Balaji had a zest for f  Read More...
Published on Jun 11,2022 10:18 PM
An Obituary to a Monk
By Piyush Srivastava in Young Adult Fiction | Reads: 262 | Likes: 0
AN OBITUARY TO A MONK    BY PIYUSH SRIVASTAVA   Words Count: 1986   As if trying to hold his prominent mandible from falling on the ground, the saffron-clad would move his maxilla and spit venom in a language for which the residents of the Centipedes City had developed great tast  Read More...
Published on Jun 12,2022 02:58 AM
Fairy Not Alone
By Sireesha in Young Adult Fiction | Reads: 445 | Likes: 6
It is a beautiful place in South Korea with it's name Damyang is 250 km far from seoul. There was a small family in that town a men and his wife in that family were constantly working hard and earn money. Men made objects with bamboo sticks the wife would paint them and sell them for money. They had  Read More...
Published on Jun 12,2022 10:27 AM
Hubbub
By Ratnadipa Biswas in Young Adult Fiction | Reads: 151 | Likes: 0
The sky pours like cats and dogs. I don't even notice the orange summerskies change their hues to grey in June this year. The balmy northern breeze carries the scent of the nearby drenched cotton fields and unbloomed sunflower seeds. The earthworms seem to hide in their burrows. I sit at the rust-co  Read More...
Published on Jun 12,2022 09:50 AM
Love
By Alagumani K in Young Adult Fiction | Reads: 625 | Likes: 12
An Angel’s Story     There was an angel in a paradise. She was a very beautiful girl inside and out. One day she met a boy who is younger than her. They become friends. They shared lot about them and their families. At some point the boy fell in love with her. But she refused, b  Read More...
Published on Jun 12,2022 01:16 PM
THE MULBERRY TREE
By Manu Agrawal in Young Adult Fiction | Reads: 199 | Likes: 1
I was standing under the shadow of the mulberry tree squeezing the soft sponge ball in my hand. Across me was Jadda, sitting on her wheelbarrow. The wheelbarrow was rusted all over. Ammi had asked Abbu one day to buy a new wheelbarrow for Jadda but Abbu didn’t give her anything but some k  Read More...
Published on Jun 12,2022 06:55 PM
WHAT IS BHAKTI
By SUNIL.S.SACHWANI in Young Adult Fiction | Reads: 267 | Likes: 0
                                        What Is Bhakti?        &n  Read More...
Published on Jun 12,2022 10:12 PM
Best Friend
By Ruchi Khandelwal in Young Adult Fiction | Reads: 431 | Likes: 1
Here i would like to share a beautiful story of friendship. There was a girl who was 30year old and was professionally a doctor and just started her clinic after doing job for few years. So in her initial day of her clinic she was busy doing only her work. A girl was little introvert , she don't tal  Read More...
Published on Jun 13,2022 12:35 PM
THE GUITAR
By lavanya seelaboina in Young Adult Fiction | Reads: 427 | Likes: 1
Once upon a time there was a boy who lived in a small town, his parents were daily workers who struggled to afford food for their daily life. That poor boy didn’t get a chance to go to school and study, because of lack of money.Later, the boy decided to work and earn money so that he can help   Read More...
Published on Jun 13,2022 02:52 PM
THE WILD FIRE
By mumbai_5817 in Young Adult Fiction | Reads: 219 | Likes: 0
The Wild Fire Anger is a wild fire, a forest fire   which spreads from shrub to shrub, from tree to tree, consuming everything that comes it way. In Hindu, we have a couplet which says:- “ Anger is the great inflictor of sorrow, the great sinner, first, it sets on fire its own mind, then   Read More...
Published on Jun 13,2022 06:18 PM