The six-word story.
Ernest Hemingway––erroneously as it turns out––often gets credited with maybe one of the most well known ones;
For sale: baby shoes, never worn.
A year or so ago I came up with my very own six-word story, which forms the title of this book, the reason this collection now exists.
I'll leave the exact story of how the phrase came about for maybe another occasion––it's loosely fitted into my second story, anyway––and just let the words speak for themselves.
I hope you enjoy this––the first volume––something which I assume will grow over the years, as others contribute their own take on the phrase. I can't wait to see what these might all be.