In 6 Words Share A Story That Fits In Your Pocket

Have you ever tried to write a story in 6 words? If you’ve followed this blog or my Twitter you know that I’m very enthusiastic about storytelling in 6 words. Writing stories in 6 words can help you find the main, most important parts of a story. Having a six-word story that defines your book…

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6 Twitter Stories With A Theme Of Love

The following 6 Twitter stories have a common theme of love which I published on Twitter in July and August. Stars align for you by design. — Luke Żammit ✍️ (@AlphaWings) August 4, 2017 We glided through the sky, Our love made us fly.#hangtenstories 263 — Luke Żammit ✍️ (@AlphaWings) August 22, 2017 We were…

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Collaboration on Twitter in Six Words

Collaboration is the key This collaboration is a recent conversation I had on Twitter. As the story has a literary purpose, I’ve decided to archive this six word collaboration using Twitter Moments. “Share your thoughts in the comments.” A Conversation In #SixWords Tweet me to start a six word conversation.

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Blanket Is A One Word Prompt For Twitter Fiction

Throw a blanket and read some Twitter Fiction from your couch! Today’s Twitter-sized story inspired from the word ‘Blanket’:   He raises the blanket like a sail and travels the universe. It’s all real as long as you believe, says his Grandmother.   Try your hand at Twitter-sized stories by writing one (or more) in the…

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6 Life Stories in Six Words From Twitter

Here’s a quick read of six word life stories that I published on Twitter   Life’s an addiction, waking up everyday. #sixwords — Luke Żammit (@AlphaWings) February 20, 2017 Hidden fine print; lost their rights.#sixwords — Luke Żammit (@AlphaWings) February 14, 2017 Practice makes perfect; habits become obsessions.#sixwords — Luke Żammit (@AlphaWings) February 13, 2017…

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Meaningless – Quotes that mean nothing

Meaningless Twitter drafts! Meaningless is a writing prompt from The Daily Post. Here are 5 of my Twitter drafts which were far too meaningless to tweet, however, they fit perfectly for this prompt. Feel free to tweet your favourites.   “By the strange occurrence of a tweet being retweeted.”   “Tell me something, Tell me…

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