Fiction plays an important part in a language. It is a writer /poet imagination which develops into a story /tale. Story writing is done through it only. Novels, poems, paintings etc. are done through it only. Hindi movies are the outcome of fiction only. Here is the list of 16 top fiction story blogs from which you can enjoy the beauty of fiction stories:
Purujeet Parida describes about Shanti Stupa where war changed into peace. Ashoka, great grandson of Chandragupta Maurya fought many battles. Out of which war of 262 BCE was the largest and bloodiest. Viciousness and tragedy of the war changed Chandra Ashoka into Dhamma Ashoka. If you want to know the full story log on to this post.
Ramya Pandyan writes about the fear of falling must not spoil the fun park provides. You must enjoy the facilities of swing and fresh air of the park. You must face this fear as a challenge and conquer over it. If you want to share the feelings you must come to this post.
He writes about the pair of the characters of ‘The journey from platform nine to three quarters’. He thinks Fred and George is the most popular pair than Crabbe and Goyle. They were very dissimilar to each other. Want to know more about them just read this post.
Creatigentt has shared a dialogue of a wedded couple. She has developed a humorous situation of shopaholic nature of a girl and cash payment by boys. The situation ends in exhausted girl and extorted boy. If you also want to relax by looking at their situation you are welcome to see this post.
Deepa Ranganathan has described her visit to Belgrade in Serbia via Moscow in Russia and her likes for many things as shopping with your loved one, smell of freshly made coffee, reading a recommended book and old letters and poem and the alike excites her the most. If you also have such a list or want to look at hers then please log on to this post.
Diptee Raut has shared her son’s care and love in this post. How the fear of bad dreams haunted him and how he shared his feelings with his mother. She has shared very sweet relationship of mother and son. If you also believe in and share such relation you can have a look at this post.
Maya has enjoyed a movie and discussing about it with her kid. The kid is full of queries and asks a lot about the things from his mom. She accepts her defeat and surrenders in the interest of the child. If you are interested in reading about them more then please read this post.
Kalyan Panja has invited authors, publishers and readers to get reviewed their works, to market and publicity for their books. He has asked book lovers to get acquainted with this blog to get updated regarding the progress in the world of books. If you are a book lover then please you can come to this post.
Jayasree has reviewed a book’ fluid mechanics a fairy tale by Sarah Allen’. She describes the book as ‘entertainment with information’. A fairy tale has been a favourite of all from the time immemorial. If you want to enjoy the review of this book please log on to this post.
Neerja Singh or Honey Sangha has authored ‘Googly Gaathas’, an antholgy of 50 micro-fiction. She is also a winner of Litagram’s “Viral Story Contest” and has recently entered a thriller in their “No Murder Tonight” short story competition https://litagram.com/story/546599/5530 She writes short and swift stories that spin and stun. For fiction that educates and entertains in the blink of an eye come to this post.
Namitha varma Rajesh has reviewd Abridged Cmplt Wrks of Wllm Shkspr by the Lord Chamberlain’s men. The book according to her is very funny giving full justice to Shakespeare and his works. If you want to get relaxed and your funny bone tickled then this post is meant for you.
Ankita shreeram pens down her feelings sitting inside an aeroplane about the outside world as seen from the window, in the form of poetry. She has compared clouds with ghosts or fairies that are gently passing by. Another plane was also seen as if floating on a canvas of god. If your imagination also matches with her description of fiction you can enjoy the post.
Shilpa Garg truly believes that brevity is the soul of fiction. Micro-fiction is her forte and she writes stories in just 55 or 100 words. She was explored ‘A to Z of Marriage’ and ‘Emotions and Feelings from A to Z’ in just 55 words. Check her blog for some fun, funny and inspiring micro-fiction.
14. Bond with books
These 4 bloggers contribute to this blog. Maddie has written review of a book ‘arsenic for tea by Robin Stevens’ . He feels it deeper and strong. Detectives are fitted in their roles, setting is charming and cosy and the mystery very interesting. If you want to know more, log on to this post.
Palak remembers his friend of college who helped her in every way. She wished to meet him again since they have moved on from college. They met for two days after every two months. If you want to have a look at the series of events in her life come to this post.
16. As Time Flies
Ira PT has jotted down a very touchy poem of a old man remembering his dead daughter at the same bench where she died. He cries and remembers the bitter situations which resulted in the death of his dear daughter. If you have also got empathy towards him then must read this post.