Two, now five, we’re a pride. My entry in the Stellar Storyteller Six Word Story Challenge. https://nicolaauckland.com/2016/09/03/sometimes-stellar-storyteller-six-word-story-challenge-47/
Write a story, someone suggested, about a book, well, not about the book, but about the book and the message inside it. 'The message?' 'Yes, a birthday card with a coded message about being free and behaving like a child.' 'The book's name?' 'Where the Sidewalk Ends, by Shel Silverstein.'
Apparently, the more 'likes' my six word story gets, the more likely it is to win the challenge. You can see my story in the comments and 'Like' it there, if you wish.
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