Can You Write a Story Using Only Six Words?
Enter the library's Six-Word Story Contest!
Can you write something like this?
"'I love you too,' she lied."
"A plague starts with a hug."
"Only child, but never the favorite."
Painfully, he changed 'is' to 'was.'"
"Felled by dreams, saved by friends."
"He forgot the coffee, she imploded."
"This time, I actually hit send."
"Nothing matters, but somehow you did."
You may win a prize!
Give it a try! Submit your six-word story anytime during the month of July. You can either submit your storyto firstname.lastname@example.org or put it in the box at the Adult Reference Desk upstairs labeled "Six-Word Stories."
The contest is only open to Westfield residents, 18 years old and older.
Please include your full name, phone number, and email address.