This week’s prompt is Hunger. I’m hungry as only had yoghurt, so far as heading to Sheffield food festival. The food festival is on until Monday. Today in the cathedral is a craft / flea market.
Next Saturday I will be providing the 6 word story prompt.
She was not given away at the alter. She walked partway down the aisle alone and partway accompanied by Prince Charles. In her vows she did not promise to obey.
Now she is a member of the royal family, her bio has been published on the royal family’s website.The bio mentions her feminist principles , starting aged 11 by challenging sexist language in a washing up language. Continues with talk of her work as regards period poverty.
Kirsty is publishing the next prompt in the morning. I will publish a prompt on 2nd June.
Good Evening Storytellers,
Fridays bring the conclusion to the Six Word Story Challenge.
This week, I left you the prompt of Mystery.
If you haven’t had a chance to read through the entries, pop over to the challenge post and read through this week’s submissions.
As usual, you’ve been voting for your favourites for 24hrs. And the joint winners of this week’s Six Word Story challenge are:
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Feel so old; something else that I can remember from 20 years ago! I first saw it at the cinema – just the once; it is not often I rewatch films, so I was not one of the people that went to the cinema countless times to watch it. However, I have rematched it once a few times after I first saw it. Last night I saw Titanic the musical and I think I would watch the film again.
I think the actual story of the Titanic and the mix of characters that was potentially on it, means it has great potential for stories. I think the story of the Titanic film was good.