What’s the essence of your story?
Brevity is a virtue
You often don’t have long to convince someone your story is worth reading or listening to. Can you convey your message in just 6 words?
Whether or not Ernest Hemingway won a bet by telling this emotive story in just 6 words – there’s no waffle, it makes you think and it creates an emotional tug.
For sale. Baby shoes. Never worn.
(Read about the Hemingway story on Snopes)
Other authors were challenged by the Guardian to write a story in 6 words and the results are published here. Here are some of my favourites.
They awaited sunrise. It never came.
Megan’s baby: John’s surname, Jim’s eyes.
“Mind what gap?” … … …
If you need more inspiration try the Six Word Stories site.
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