Starter’s Guide To Writing: A Six Word Story

An article written by Lee Sonogan

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Note: This article will feature on ENTERTAINMENT CULTURE ONLINE under the book You, Will, Have Style When You Write One Million Words: UNGROOVYGORDS Advanced Guide For Creative Writing (First Draft) done in parts.

Failing in letting others come to me, I have put forth a search to be aware of all the independent content on the WordPress platform. What you will find is a lot of people experimenting with many ideas/concepts. As the title suggests, this particular prompt holds a magic number that does so much with so little. Subjectivity is important in telling a story although this expression is an art of remarks.

“Let’s pursue the visage of imagination” ― Munia Khan

Under the pressure in this writing exercise portrays bold statements under the ordered ominous foreshadowing. Some people send these out into the universe and encompasses relatable fictional themes. Phrases of description worthy to be in the middle of a paragraph in a novel. Or poetic language soaked in allegories which influences in the flattery of imitation.

Most quotes with six amounts of words show you some authentic quality of a foundation of active freedom. Quoting Oscar Wilde “For Sale: Baby Shoes, Never Worn”, the beginning, plot and end have no rules. Focused on the non-linear sandbox interpreted by the mind, some processes inherently from describing yourself to a perspective making sense of the sentence.

Sharing writing in general is a lot like taking a selfie. The hardest part about it is committing to willing something to life. Then structuring a vocabulary of individuals into a reflection of truth attaches conjunctions from the beyond of reality. For all these points I have made, I understand why this singular piece of content is enjoyed by others.

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