Saturday, October 26, 2019

Dewey's Post: Six Word Spookiness

Andi at Estella's Revenge has challenged the Dewey Read-a-thoners to come up with six word stories appropriate to the season. This is the kind of writing exercise I adore, so here are my several examples.



Some from a kid's point of view:

My raincoat covers up my costume.

Yuck. Another stupid box of raisins.



Some from a teacher's.

November First. Candy wrappers. Tired kids.

Exhausted students on sugar fumes--focus!



Generally scary:

People don't believe in climate change.

Everyone I love will die someday.

Ate all my read-a-thon snacks already.



Halloween style scary.

Home alone. Hear breathing. Not mine.

No bogeyman--killer clown got him.

Mushroom stew, fresh from my yard.



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