Her Mystery Man by Namitha Varma

Art credit - Elizabeth Stark

Art credit – Elizabeth Stark

Namitha Varma is an insomniac writer who spends the mornings yawning in the kitchen, afternoons reading anything she can lay her hands on, evenings sub-editing copies for a newspaper, and nights day-dreaming of what she’d write. She lives in Bengaluru, India, and claims that she is a music enthusiast and an opinionated social observer. She has been a mother to – at various stages of life – four goldfish, four lovebirds, five kittens, and a Labrador, until she found herself a husband to pet for life. Her works have appeared in over 15 literary magazines in India and abroad, and she is especially proud of her publishing credits in Sahitya Akademi’s journal Indian Literature, eFiction India, HackwritersMadSwirl, FIVE Poetry, and her microfiction on A Story in 100 Words and 101 Words. She blogs on narcissistwrites.blogspot.com and can be reached on twitter via @namithavr.

Namitha's friend termed this a sassy look. The truth is, she was simply not sure if the camera was on.

Namitha’s friend termed this a sassy look. The truth is, she was simply not sure if the camera was on.

As you can see, Namitha is cute. And she firmly believes she's always been so.

As you can see, Namitha is cute. And she firmly believes she’s always been so.

She loves water and is always wanting to dip her feet in the sea.

She loves water and is always wanting to dip her feet in the sea.

With the man whom she's decided to torture for the rest of their life. Hopefully!!!

With the man she has decided to torture for the rest of their lives. Hopefully!!!

 

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