Six Word Story: Tease

This post is for the Sometimes Stellar Storyteller’s Six Word Story challenge. This week’s prompt is tease. “Mum! Charlie keeps on poking me!” As soon as I saw this week’s prompt I knew I had to write a six word story about siblings teasing each other! Working with kids I tend to see a lot of that. 🙂 I chose … More Six Word Story: Tease

Six Word Story: Insult

This post is for the Sometimes Stellar Storyteller’s Six Word Story Challenge. This week’s theme is insult. Thick skinned? He’d had to be. I didn’t really know what picture I was going to use to illustrate this six word story until I went hunting around on Pixabay. Then I entered the search term ‘thick skinned’ and elephant pictures appeared. Perfect! One of … More Six Word Story: Insult

Six Word Story: Luck

This post is for The Sometimes Stellar Storyteller’s Six Word Story Challenge. This week’s theme is luck. Copper circle glints: fortune’s promise claimed. I have to admit that I was a little stumped at first when it came to this week’s prompt. I had a number of different ideas but nothing that really leapt out at … More Six Word Story: Luck

Six Word Story: Horror

This post is for the Sometimes Stellar Storyteller’s Six Word Story Challenge. This week’s theme is horror. I tried out several different approaches to this one but then couldn’t decide which to actually use so I decided to include three different ones! I hope you like them. Empty swing creaks: a mother weeps. Screams echo as … More Six Word Story: Horror

Six Word Story: Failure

This post is for the Sometimes Stellar Storyteller’s Six Word Story Challenge. This week’s theme is failure. If you’d like to leave me a vote please follow the link above and like my story in the comments section. Thank you! Next time they’d hire a professional.

Six Word Story: Believe

I enjoy writing six word stories so much that I decided to join in with another challenge. This post is for the Sometimes Stellar Storyteller’s Six Word Story Challenge. This week’s theme is believe. She’d always known they were real.