General Literary

Don't Let Go
By Jayesh Mohanani in General Literary | Reads: 96 | Likes: 1
It was bright and a blissfull day, his grandchildren came home for vacations after a long time. He was delighted to see them and as always it was a story time for all of them as their parents headed out to for the preparations of the welcome back party! A topic came up regarding love as the eldest c  Read More...
Published on Jul 26,2020 06:53 PM
Depression
By Rakesh Vamshi in General Literary | Reads: 100 | Likes: 2
Friday, 24 July 2020 Depression Depression- Nowadays most of the people are getting depressed   Read More...
Published on Jul 27,2020 05:44 AM
Depression
By Rakesh Vamshi in General Literary | Reads: 92 | Likes: 2
Depression- Nowadays most of the people are getting depressed   Read More...
Published on Jul 27,2020 05:55 AM
Catas-Trophe
By Karan Sharma in General Literary | Reads: 95 | Likes: 1
Catas-Trophe –  The best step-up guide to Conquer from Coronavirus..........   By- Karan Sharma with association of Miss Pritika Chugh and Sakshi Budhiraja THIS ARTICLE FROM PSYCHOLOGIST HAILING FROM INDIA TALKS ABOUT HOW CAN WE MANAGE TO REMAIN THE BEST OF BEINGS  IN THIS SITA  Read More...
Published on Jul 27,2020 01:45 PM
Be Responsible its your life
By Naveena Matam in General Literary | Reads: 129 | Likes: 1
BE RESPONSBILE ,ITS YOUR LIFE once there was a boy who failed in studies , he is aimless, living with his family depending on his parents without any responsibility.His father worked hard to educate him but he never cared his father.Never studied GOOD. One day father fed up with his son and as  Read More...
Published on Jul 28,2020 12:03 PM
One sisterly tête-à-tête
By Deependra Tiwari in General Literary | Reads: 184 | Likes: 1
Back then, all those years I had stayed away from my own sister, in a new city where I once lived. As a lone hosteller, I coudle see a new wave of Moohboli sister catching on."The instant possibility of sisterhood," I could not but spot through my hawk eyes, a pinch of its definition. There, very of  Read More...
Published on Jul 30,2020 02:12 AM
Fragrances - Love, faith and spirituality
By Anamika Goswami in General Literary | Reads: 82 | Likes: 1
Today is my first day on Notion Press web portal. I picked up a book - Fragrances of Love and Faith. The title itself created interest in reading a preview. I bought the book. And, to my surprise, I found that I can read instantly online without waiting for the paperback book to reach my address in   Read More...
Published on Jul 30,2020 04:16 PM
The Grandfather
By Pranav Deshpande in General Literary | Reads: 114 | Likes: 0
“I don’t want to go!” The little girl wailed.  “Nisha!” Her mother scolded. “I won’t bring you again if you behave like this.” “Let her be.” The old wrinkled man smiled. “Nisha!” He turned to her. “We enjoyed the last  Read More...
Published on Jul 31,2020 01:59 PM
Positivity
By Pranav Deshpande in General Literary | Reads: 88 | Likes: 0
The kitty party was in full swing. “Great hair style, Lavisha!” gushed one friend. “Cool!” gushed another. “New style! Close cropped hair!” “You look like a diva.” Said a third. “Rowrrr! If I were a guy….. Hubba! Hubba!”…..   Read More...
Published on Jul 31,2020 02:10 PM
A well deserved holiday
By Pranav Deshpande in General Literary | Reads: 89 | Likes: 0
“Man! I’m real jealous of you!” Mike said. “Whoa! Hey! I’ve earned this leave, you know! 8 months without a break. The wife and kids are going bonkers, man! I don’t want an alimony payment…” Sullivan responded back. Mike slapped Sullivan on the back.  Read More...
Published on Jul 31,2020 02:11 PM
Mamta V Tayade's storytelling journey Introduction
By Mamta V Tayade in General Literary | Reads: 123 | Likes: 0
Mamta V Tayade is a mid-thirty writer with a background in Nagpur City, Maharashtra state, Bharat government. She will discuss the important connection between culture, literature, journalism, and politics and touch on the challenges she has faced as a young woman trying to navigate a career in envi  Read More...
Published on Jul 31,2020 06:45 PM
The Gap
By Adharsh Nair A S in General Literary | Reads: 87 | Likes: 0
   He was in a rush when opened the gate. It took some time to put the lock back in. Seems that he was eager to get in the room. Before climbing the steps, he gave a look at the clock. It was almost 6 pm. He sat on the bed and kept looing at the telephone. Almost fifteen minutes of motionl  Read More...
Published on Aug 1,2020 04:28 AM
Smart as Owl!
By Ganesh Ramalingam in General Literary | Reads: 129 | Likes: 1
The tiger was hungry. He was standing still and looking out for his prey. His eyes were attentive and ears all alert. The body was all set to get in motion at the very sight of his prey. At the outer side, he was looking calm and complacent, while his hunger was growing exponentially and making him   Read More...
Published on Aug 3,2020 09:44 AM
Maybe that's destiny
By Bhavana Chinni in General Literary | Reads: 94 | Likes: 0
After being through so much apparently, still God puts you in the same situation; making you feel just like how you felt when you lost yourself that first time. Alas, the harsh truth is that, that soul from the heaven keeps watching every move of yours. Maybe, you haven't yet learnt that lesson and  Read More...
Published on Aug 4,2020 02:53 AM
Quarantine: A Privilege?
By Umme Ammara in General Literary | Reads: 93 | Likes: 0
"Hello Mr. Ravikanth".   "Ah! Mr. Govardhan", a heart warming smile spreading across his face, Ravikanth stretched his hand for a shake. Out of practice for six long months Govardhan withdrew his hand and just did a namaste.   "I thought we were allowed to shake hands, now that the virus h  Read More...
Published on Aug 4,2020 10:39 AM