Hello One and All! And a BIG thank you to all who entered the Six Word Story of Bloody Revenge competition which ran throughout May on Twitter. Following in the footsteps of none other than Ernest Hemingway, followers of Literature Bitch were invited to submit six word stories in one tweet, this time the subject was nice and juicy... Bloody Revenge. We had some great entries from all over the world and from some well respected writers too. We wish we could post them all! Our overall winner was @Mrs_Evil! - 7. "Flushed tampon down his eco toilet" - @Mrs_Evil And the runners up... • "Ran poisoned fingernails down his back." - @Kebabette • "Left the head in the bed." - . . .
Crime Against Words
The Top Three Six Word Crime Stories - Tweeted by my wonderful followers.... 4. Murder, she wrote. Murder, he did. - @whatdoiknow 5. Against the wall. Covered in blood. - @duchessshire 6. Stranger offers toddler toys... empty sandbox. - @adambarnick As always, thank you to all who got involved :) more coming soon! LB x . . .
My wonderful Twitter followers have been competing and sending in little snapshots of their unrequited love tales, whether fact or fiction they have all been very entertaining and I have been hard pressed to choose only three....so here are my top six... • 'Triangle. I was the short side.' - @BetaRish • 'A lifetime of Sunday mornings alone.' - @M_Thomas_ • ‘She wants him. But he's dead.' - @LesleyPearse • 'This is all in your mind.' - @AdelleSouth • 'The restraining order states "1,000 yards"' - @whatdoiknow • 'Caught, my latch-key, in my lock.' @alastaircook Thank you to all who entered, there were so many to choose from! There will be a new competition up soon, . . .
Regret in Six
From the fabulous word of Twitter and my followers, I asked for 6 Word Stories of Regret. Here are the best! Well done you clever tweets :) 1. On floor, condom in wrapper - sealed - @WoodCassie 2. I wish I'd never used peroxide. - @LesleyPearse 3. Forgot to turn the microphone off. - @PernickityPants Big thank you to everyone who submitted! . . .