Happy Friday Storytellers!
We made it to the end of another disorienting week in the real world, luckily for us, we can retreat into the Six Word Story Challenge for respite.
This week I left you the prompt of DECEIVER and I was expecting a plethora of tongue in cheek election stories. Luckily, you weren’t all surrounded by the miasma of gloom that us Brits were bogged down in so we had a nice mix of deceitful characters to read about. Click through to read the entries if you didn’t get chance earlier.
This week we only had 19 votes so I am reconsidering the new voting system we have in place, remember, this only works if people vote. I would love to hear your suggestions on how we can make the challenge more interactive (i.e., get people to vote) whilst keeping it fair for everyone involved. All suggestions gratefully received!
Anyway, to get to the bit you’ve all been waiting for – this week’s winners:
First place goes to Diganta Misra with his story – ‘Fate wore a mask of sanguine’
Second place goes to Isabel Caves with her story – ‘Acquitted defendant smiles, remembering the murder’
Third place goes to Shweta Suresh with her story – ‘I’m happy for you!”, she lied’
The winners get to download and use one of these highly prized badges for their blog.
Until tomorrow Storytellers.
This week we had 29 stories but only 17 votes – this means that some of our authors didn’t come back to vote! If you missed my post or reminders, remember to connect with me on these social medias so I can keep you up to date with the Six Word Story Challenge through the week!