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in which I attempt the single line story challenge. πŸ–‹

Hey people, elves, demigods, witches, wizards, crows, and all! Hope you’re doin’ well. 🌻
I almost forgot the crows part
So. I’m writing at six in the morning. Before school. Because, oh, what’s this? I’m all ready for school and have time to kill!!!!!! So as you can see, I’m on the way to that “writing-at-five” dream I mentioned in a recent post. 😌

Anyway, not all that long ago, Sep and Moi both tagged me for the Single Line Story Challenge, which to me feels a lot more exciting than all those other tags piling up in my doc.
So I’ll just scooch them over and do this one! #norulespeople
Thanks, Seppy and Moo for passing the tag along to me! oh look, I made a new nickname for Sep as a way of saying thanks. (;

Here’s the tag badge!

The Single Line Story Challenge - featured image
  • Thank and link the person who nominated you
  • Include the rules and badge in your post
  • Write 5 single line stories that fall under any of these genres (you can pick which ones to do!):
    • fantasy
    • romance
    • thriller
    • mystery
    • western
    • contemporary
    • historical
    • drama
    • dystopian
    • adventure
    • sci-fi
    • paranormal
    • young adult
  • You can choose 5 genres that’s easiest for you, or you can challenge yourself to try something new!
  • Nominate 5 blogger/writers who you’d love to see participate and leave an open nomination for all writers!
  • You can do this challenge more than once πŸ™‚

Also, this awesome tag is made by Maggie! Go give her some love too.

Alrighty. Let’s get into them!!

Fantasy:
‘”It was indeed a wonderful world, like one you’d find in a fairytale…. until it ended,” I said, satisfied with the slow shock appearing on Anastasia’s face.’

Mystery:
“C’mon Marie, who’s going to solve the neighborhood’s crimes if you die?” She cried, holding onto her sister’s braids – she had no idea what to do next. She’d just found Marie lying there on the driveway, bleeding to death.

Adventure:
After a long, tiring climb, we were finally getting rewarded, in the form of a startlingly beautiful waterfall, and… IS THAT FOOD I SEE?!’

Historical:
Wait.. realization crept upon as I said, ‘was that my brother who shot an arrow through my thigh?'”

Paranormal:
‘The lights went off, leaving me in darkness, and as I tried to open the door, it was locked….. but the thing is, don’t I live alone?’

Annnnnd those are my five lines! It took way longer than it should have, but this was so fun to do. I’d LOVE to do it again if someone wants to tag me.. .*wink wink* although you probably shouldn’t because I won’t get to it for ages But anyway. Here’s are the people I’m tagging for this challenge! No pressure or anything – especially if you’re tag-free.

D
Diamond
Riddhi
Kaley
Akshita
And to anyone who loves writing, go ahead and add this to your tags list. πŸ™ƒ

I hope you enjoyed the tag! Which was your favourite line? I guess mine is the adventure one. (;
Anyway, this was a bit of a short post, but I’ll be back soon! Don’t miss me too much.
Now, I should go to school. Wish me luck.. and farewell!



42 thoughts on “in which I attempt the single line story challenge. πŸ–‹

    1. Thank you!! Yesss, I love it! Nah, I slept early…. enough. πŸ‘€

      (p.s: I finally figured out why I was so confused about following your blog- I thought that was only Diya’s blog, not a collab one. πŸ€¦β€β™€οΈ)

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