Welcome to Day 29 of the WEGO Health Activist Writer’s Month Challenge – a challenge which will see me writing a brand new blog post everyday for the whole month of April using the prompts provided by the organisers of the challenge. Let’s find out what today’s prompt is:
Six Sentence Story…In this day of micro-blogging – brevity is a skill worth honing. Can you tell a story and make it short and sweet? What can you say in six sentences? Check out some here: http://sixsentences.blogspot.com/
Okay so this is my attempt at a six sentence story, enjoy!:
The Shopping Trip
A young child grasped her father’s hand as they walked into the supermarket. The young child looked in wonder; everything looked so inviting, her favourite chocolates filled the large shelves. As she looked around,her father was no longer in sight. Panic surged inside of her, the sound of her heartbeat filled her ears, her feet unable to move as if they were rooted to the spot. A moment passed, and she finally saw the familiar red jacket her father always wore. And as father and daughter were reunited, their adventure ended, both left returning to the safety of home.
So, what did you all think of my short six-sentence story? Please leave any comments or suggestions you may have below.
What can you say in six sentences? Would love to hear all of your attempts at ‘micro-blogging’. Again, feel free to leave your attempts, if you’ve had a go, or leave the URL of your blog so I am able to read them.