Friday, January 17, 2014

Reader Friday: Your Six-Word Memoir


Ernest Hemingway was reportedly once challenged to write a short story in only six words. Here it is:

For sale: baby shoes, never worn.

This has spawned an enterprise known as the Six-Word Memoir

So what is your memoir, in exactly six words?  

30 comments:

  1. Overworked, underpaid, unappreciated; still happily teaching.

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  2. Love these. Nice work. Let's have more! (7 word appreciation)

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  3. Military brat gamer turned fiction writer.

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  4. Body found under pile of cats.

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  5. Started late but found good dog.

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  6. Discovered fingers, then wrote for tuppence.

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  7. Remember this: Show. Do not tell.

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  8. Voices in my head, talking, acting.

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  9. Disregard all past actions; seize today.

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  10. Living the writer's life; plugging away.

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  11. Size actually does matter, she said

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  12. Redrum! Murder? No red rum...tasty.

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  13. Ever restless. Feet settled. Fingers refuse.

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  14. Learned to read. Enjoy to write.

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  15. Trials and tribulations. Forward -- write on.

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  16. I left - he didn't stop me.

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  17. Met at balloon race. Still going.

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  18. Gone fishing. Returned. Shampoo, rinse, repeat.

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