Six Sentence Sunday is open to all writers. Just pick a six sentence passage from anything you’ve written—published, unpublished, whatever—and post it on your blog on Sunday.
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Clyota has received a birthday card from her deceased, space-pilot-turned-mass-murderer mother—but it doesn’t make any sense.
The date is wrong, the sentiment is wrong, the poem is cutesy-poo—is this a sign that her mother had lost her mind? Or does it mean something else?
“She never forgot my birthday; I was born on Flag Day, and she always told me the parade was in my honor—Wait. The lieutenant told me to have a happy birthday, too, didn’t he?”
The Pressman closed his eye, and a whirring sound emanated from somewhere inside. “He appeared most emphatic.”
“So . . . what are we missing?”
“I believe,” said the Pressman, “it might be a clue.”
I hear that Six Sentence Sundays are coming to a close soon. I don’t know what we’ll all be doing for Sunday posts, but I’m planning to stop by regularly and see what all of you are up to on your blogs—and I hope you might do the same.
Happy Holidays to those of you who will be celebrating one this week!
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