Ernest Hemingway famously wrote a story in only six words: "For Sale: baby shoes, never worn." This was eons before the invention of Twitter.
I've noticed a rash of contests and famous people following in Ernest's brief footsteps. All this brevity got me thinking: why not throw out a six word story/memoir exercise? Wouldn't that be fun?
NOW--don't wait!--quick as a whip, give me a six-word story or memoir in the comments! I dare you!
Here's mine: Once lost. Writing fiction. Now found.
***Check back tomorrow for Part Three of my post series: Conquering the Page: Creating Your Own Fiction Writer's Battle Plan: Part Three will cover Organizing Your Battle Plan. If you missed it, here is Part One:Overview and Part Two: Defining Your Writing Mission.***