Author Archives: Meha Sharma

About Meha Sharma

Dreamer,Writer,Mother,Fauji wife...all while striving to overcome something called 'Procrastination' :) I dabble in writing and write for @huffpostindia, @womensweb , @mycity4kids. I worked as a Business Analyst in an elite IT firm and as a professor in management colleges. Having earned an MBA degree in Human Resource Management and an MA degree in English Literature, I now pass on my wisdom to management students. To keep my sanity while striving to be a 'decent' mom to my ever inquisitive daughter, I tell myself, what Winnie the Pooh says,"My favourite day is today" :)

Windfall Gain #FlashFiction

The phone rang and he grinned sheepishly as he took in the information. A sense of excitement and anticipation swelled within him. “We are sorry for your loss. Your uncle passed away yesterday it seems.” The door had been pushed … Continue reading

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When ‘The Marvelous Mrs Maisel’ Got Me Thinking: Are Women Born To Be Mothers?

So, recently, I joined the Amazon/Netflix bandwagon. Yes, it was too tempting a proposition to be stalled. It brought me face to face with a plethora of TV shows and movies (making my procrastinating ways even worse). As I greedily … Continue reading

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Withered #FlashFiction

She walked out of the residential block and turned towards the garden that overlooked the palatial cream coloured building. She tiptoed through the garden which was laden with myriads of beautiful flowers. Inadvertently, her eyes fell towards a corner. An … Continue reading

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Forever #FlashFiction

As he set foot on those quaint looking lanes, he felt his chest tightening. Then, bam, he could smell her scent. He reminisced how happy she made him. She seemed to fill the hole in his heart and made him … Continue reading

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Seize the day… #FlashFiction

She looked out of the window and a beautiful sight beheld her. The intermittent rains that had continued since last couple of days had brought about a familiar chill in the air. Unwittingly, she found herself looking at the embossed … Continue reading

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