Welcome to another post for the Write, Edit, Publish, blogging community.  If you would like to know more about the WEP Challenge and how to participate, go here. https://writeeditpublishnow.blogspot.com/ This month’s prompt The Great Wave is an iconic work created in the 1820’s by Hokusai. Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849)  was a  Japanese artist from the Edo period.  GHOL …


Urban Nightmare- WEP June

Hello! Could there be another time to discuss ‘Urban Nightmare’ ? That’s the theme for this month’s WEP Challenge. And aren’t we living it every moment? I’ve attempted a flash, and while the premise remains the same (I can’t seem to break away from my preferred style of writing) but I’ve attempted not to talk …

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WEP February 2020- Results

Here are the results of WEP February 2020. An invigorating prompt “Cafe Terrace” . I feel elated to have made it to the final shortlist. Do check out the results as well as the lovely blurbs by Nilanjana here.. https://writeeditpublishnow.blogspot.com/2020/03/winners-post-february-challenge-cafe.html?showComment=1583836454123&m=1#c420270527662223850 You can read my entry here, WEP/IWSG February 2020- Café Terrace Check out the winner …

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WEP/IWSG February 2020- Café Terrace

The first WEP Challenge of 2020 is here. To read more about it, visit here And here is my take on the prompt which is a popular painting by Vincent Van Gogh, given here… Café Terrace Ah! The balmy mornings of late summer. How I love the sun on my back and on those wicker …

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A WEP Win!

Hola People! The New Year has been kind! My story “Footprints” (read it here) has won the WEP December challenge. It is indeed a gratifying moment and my gratitude to the WEP team- the hosts Denise, Laura, Nilanjana and Olga; and judge Nick Wilford; my friend Susan for introducing me to IWSG and WEP. I …

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WEP/IWSG December Challenge- FOOTPRINTS

It’s time for the WEP Challenge- the first for me! To read more about it visit here FOOTPRINTS The door slammed shut behind Chander. Dropping his bag to the ground, he made his way to the hallway. A strong musty odour filled the place. Such a contrast to the scent of fresh pine and hot …

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