Years later, they re-opened borders gladly. Written for Nicola Auckland's Six Word Story Challenge. Let's keep hopeful.
Anyone who loves creative writing should really give this a whirl! Coming up with the perfect six words to get your point across is a great weekly writing exercise, and there's a lots of friendly feedback from the participants over at Nicola's blog.
A fast-paced, thought-provoking read for younger teens
in which I find another opportunity to post about Bruce Springsteen
He divided the world. Us. Them. - my entry for this week's Six Word Story Challenge - why don't you head over to Nicola's blog, have a read of some awesome bite size stories, and see if you can come up with one yourself?!
Weekly #writingchallenge: a story in just 6 words
Damn you, 2016. This time you finally made me cry actual tears.
Some positive thoughts to start the year from fellow blogger Cathy Lynn Brooks. There’s so much depressing stuff out there, and it’s easier than ever to find bad news online, so let’s share some good stuff as well!
I know that many people were shocked and disappointed that a bigoted, misogynynous, ignorant, pompous millionaire was elected as President of a well respected country. There has been much doom and gloom about the coming year because people are fearful of what is to come. It’s valid to feel that way but what I’ve learned through the laws of attraction is what you concentrate on, or fear, is what you will get. We need to start thinking more positively so that 2017 will be the best year yet.
Personally, 2017 is going to be fantastic. I’m turning 60 in June. You can read more about how I’ve already started to celebratehere.I’ve vowed to start a year of “yes” sometime this year. You can read a short story I wrote about thathere.The final and probably the best reason that 2017 will be wonderful is that after working…
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