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Everyone has a story, what's yours?® Find Six-Word Memoirs®, SMITH Magazine, and our best-selling books at Account Status: Verified. Feb 07, · Six-Word Memoirs: Life Stories Distilled Can you pare the story of your life into just six words? Not Quite What I Was Planning is a collection of six-word memoirs by famous and not-so-famous writers.
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"For sale: baby shoes, never worn." is the entirety of what has been described as a six-word story, making it an extreme example of what is called flash fiction or sudden fiction. Although it is often attributed to Ernest Hemingway, the link to him is unsubstantiated and similar stories predate him.
Six Word Memoirs Inspired by the book Not Quite What I was Planning: Six Word Memoirs from Writers Famous and Obscure, edited by Penn alumni Larry Smith and Rachel Fershleiser, the Hub decided to write their own six-word stories. Six-Word Memoir: Relighting old flame with new matches.
Six-Word Memoir: Too many holidays, not enough paydays. Six Word Memoirs - beginning of year writing ideas - grade Every Monday features a tip, exercise, inspiring quote or other tidbit to help boost your body image.
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