#SIXTHREEONE Challenge No. 2

 

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Six Words, Three Stories, One Image

I have decided to take part in Prospermind’s Six Three One challenge, which challenges readers to come up with three six-word storied based upon a single image.

Head over to his blog and check the challenge out!  And see below for my three stories!

 

Lost Dog, Reward for safe return

 

I’m sorry, he just ran out

 

I have lost my only friend

 

 

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6 thoughts on “#SIXTHREEONE Challenge No. 2

  1. Thank you for stopping by and participating in this challenge.
    However the challenge is to come up with three six word stories to the original image I posted with the challenge.
    Nonetheless these are fantastic stories and certainly are perfect for the image you chose!

    Be well and if you’ve enjoyed this, feel free to add your three six word stories my image in the comments below. (The goal here is to see how many stories ONE image can tell us).

    Best wishes and thank you again. 🙂

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  2. Jake, I suppose it’s just a matter of semantics, but I find that most of the entries in these challenges are sentences, not stories. i have never entered one of them, but yesterday I entered the A to Z challenge for April. i think it should be fun and challenging. Over 1200 people are participating.

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    1. Hey Brenda, the challenge here is about Six Word Stories, telling a story in just six words.
      Six Word Stories were inspired by Ernest Hemingway’s famous first six word story “For sale: baby shoes, never worn.”
      Six word stories are quite challenging for any writer, but they’re so much fun to write. You should try it for yourself some time, they’re quite addictive.
      I wish you lots of luck with your A to Z challenge for April.

      Best wishes,
      Prospermind.

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