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I hope you've enjoyed the last two weeks of wise words and witticisms from writers. Yes, we all know Lady M loves alliteration! In fact, she loves playing with words in general and creating fantastic sentences. Her favourite at the moment is The sunshine of happiness that shone through the night has changed into a melancholy morning. So beautiful and prosaic. One of her favourite authors is Hemingway and this week she is sharing her post from January 2017 and giving you a challenge!
For those of you who are interested in writing or ideas about writing I am sharing something started by Ernest Hemingway with you this week: THE SIX WORD NOVEL
He once bet that he could write a novel in only six words. The novel? "For sale: baby shoes, never worn." He won the bet.
I challenge you to write your own six word novels and share them with us in the comments below. No prizes; this is not a competition, it is just for fun! To start you off I will share some of mine.
1. Eager driver jumped lights. Funeral Thursday.
2. Hungry mouse smells cheese in trap.
3. New hobby: texting while driving. CRASH!
4. Racing against time. Time won. Farewell.
5. Stopped. Looked. Did not see it.
6. Panic. Disaster. Chain reaction. Disaster. Panic.
7. Had a drink. Then another... And?
8. Switch on. Beautiful illuminations. Power cut.