It’s Six Sentence Story Thursday Link Up!

Welcome to GirlieOnTheEdge and another edition of Six Sentence Stories!
Decided to go pro. Proactive, that is. Yup. As much as I resist the insinuation the fact appearance I cannot, at this point in time, “do it all” when the HE double L I want to *deep breath…calm, deep breath*, I write this post today, Sunday. In fact, today’s post will have been written in the past of the present of Wednesday’s, today’s, post. Got that? 🤣 It’s about timing and time management; in a way, much like writing a Six Sentence Story. There’s a timeline, certain “rules” to follow that exist to facilitate a smooth(er) process. I know. Some of you are too polite to walk up and ask “hey, what’s up Girlie, you cool? ” To which I would reply, “thanks but yeah, I’m cool. Listen, I’d invite you to pull up a chair and grab a cup of this week’s prompt word while I tell you all about it but my producers just slipped me a note reminding me to invite every single person on the planet with an interest in writing to join us this week by writing and sharing a Six Sentence Story. It may be a fictional story or not, may be a poem. If you’re working on a serial story (Paul!) then what better venue to circulate it than here at Six Sentence Stories. We love serial stories around these parts. (Paul!) But seriously, if you’ve not written a Six before, take a stab at it. If you’re one our regular Sixarians, we hope you join in again this week (Keith! Romi! Matt!) Precisely 6 sentences using this week’s prompt word. Publish. Link. Then let’s talk.

Rules of the hop:
Write 6 Sentences. No more. No less.
Use the current week’s prompt word.
Link the URL to your post via the blue “Click here to enter” button below.
Link is live Wednesday 6:00 PM, ends way late Saturday night!
Spread the word and put in a good one to your fellow writers  😀


You are invited to the Inlinkz link party!

Click here to enter the reader find that he cannot afford to omit any line of your writing because you have omitted every word that he can spare.” Ralph Waldo Emerson

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