Well, last week wasn't enough to exhaust all the six word horrors I have in mind. Today I have a few more to attempt to scare you with. The rules: Something that chills. Just six words. Simple. Here's what I've got for today: The shadow moved. It heard me. The darkness was absolute. She screamed. … Continue reading Six Word Horror Saturday
I've had a few of these building up in my brain for the last few weeks, so I wanted to let them out to play in the sunshine (or moonlight). If you've not seen any of these before, it's quite straightforward: is it possible to write something chilling in just six words? Writing a full … Continue reading Six Word Horror Saturday
By the time you read this, it will be boxing day. I hope everyone had a pleasant and safe Christmas day. In the UK, we've ben restricted to one day of mixing with our relatives, so if that's you, I hope you managed to cope with the tight Covid-19 restrictions. But that won't put an … Continue reading Six Word Horror Saturday
I hope you are well and all prepared for Christmas! I've made all my Christmas purchases for this year, now I just need to send out my daughter's presents - she's studying abroad at the moment in this very awkward Covid-19 year. I'd say she's better off not being in the UK at the moment, … Continue reading Six Word Horror Saturday
Something a little extra today. Last week as one of my six word horror stories, I offered: The door shook. It wouldn't hold. I posted this to my facebook page and added the picture: I asked if people had any other six word suggestions, and got several good ones, which I'll share later. But what … Continue reading Six Word Horror Saturday – Plotting or Planning? How To Plot A Novel The Six Word Way!
To be fair, at the moment, you just need to read the news headlines to get your six word horror fix for the week. I don't want to focus on real world horror today, I have enough of that already, thank you. What we're doing here, is trying to write something that chills in just … Continue reading Six Word Horror Saturday
You know the score: can I write something chilling in 6 words? That's the aim. "Son or daughter. Choose who lives." Too many zombies. Not enough shells. She fell. He grabbed and missed. The rollercoaster jumped off its rails. Today's bonus: "Honey, the bank manager is here." Have a go. You know you want to.
Something nice and short for your Saturday... 6 Word Horror. Tales to chill in just 6 words. His oxygen was just about depleted. "Say hello to your aunt Alicia." https://livingdead.fandom.com/wiki/Bub Escape was no longer an option. Zombies were much faster than expected. Bonus: Time skipped it was 2020 again. My question to you: Any favourites … Continue reading Six Word Horror
Can you come up with something chilling in just 6 words? Here are my attempts this week: The Zombies were his least concern Sometime running is all you've got. The Photo had gained another face. The universe's last light winked out. My question to you: Can you do better? Let me know below. Bonus: Boris … Continue reading Six Word Horror
I read THIS POST a couple of weeks ago, and it got me thinking: is it possible to write something spine chilling in just six words? Well, I figured I would try. Here are some of the better ones I've come up with this week: With the window closed, he jumped. A crucifix would not … Continue reading Six Word Horror Stories