Good Evening Storytellers,
It’s the end of the week and the end of the month which for me brings a blessed payday. Man, this month has been long!
Luckily, we’ve kept our spirits up this week by writing fabulous six word stories about transgressions.
This week we had stories ranging from the aftermath of major sinful activities to smaller social media faux pas. It seems a transgression is only as relevant as its moment in time. Thank you to everyone who took part in the challenge, I will post a new prompt as usual tomorrow morning.
Next week I will be trialling the new format we discussed last week. I will accept entries to the challenge until THURSDAY EVENING. After that, I will create a voting page where all the entries will be listed. The story with the most votes on Friday evening (GMT) will be the winner. I want to try this new format to give everyone who enters a fair chance of winning. Please do your best to pop back and vote, I’ll tweet out the link several times times in that 24hr period and also post it on Facebook. I know how easy it is to miss new posts in your WordPress reader, but to make it a bit easier, I will use the tag #SixWordStoryChallenge everywhere!
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Anyway, to this week’s winners;
EDC Writing with his story ‘She drew lines … he crossed them’
trE with her story ‘Felt strange, leaving her there. Breathless.’
PoojaG with her story ‘Slowly, life made him a sinner.’
All of this week’s winners are entitled to download and use one of the below badges on their blog as a sign of their storytelling genius.
Be sure to pop back tomorrow when a new Six Word Story Challenge will be revealed. In other news, this week I will bring you this month’s Stellar Book Review of John Nightingale’s The Appearance of Murder and a glorious Guest Post from PJ Temple.
Until next time,