Try a One Sentence story.
I met a dwarf on the longest day of the year but only had a short friendship before I lost his email address.
Tell your story in one sentence. Be brief. Get some inspiration from the site, One Sentence.
If I hadn’t made the rumballs yesterday, then eaten four of them today, I’m sure I would have made my first attempt at a word quota for NaNoWriMo today.
What’s your story, in so many words…
If the soup was as warm as the wine, if the wine was as old as the turkey, if the turkey had breasts like the maid, it would have been a fine dinner. – Duncan Hines was a U.S. pioneer of restaurant ratings for travelers. He is best known today for the brand of food products that bears his name.
I never really thought about Duncan Hines being a real person behind the cake mix. Turns out he and his wife were restaurant reviewers. I went looking for more about him and found the quote above. It’s nice satire. Can you write satire in one sentence?
Can you describe a world (not this one, on this particular planet) in one sentence? Try not to make a long and rambling sentence. Aim for something people can read before their coffee gets cold.