Just six words

I mentioned earlier this week — kind of buried in a longish post — the six-word autobiography phenomenon started by a book, Not Quite What I Was Planning: Six-Word Memoirs by Writers Famous and Obscure.

I declined from attempting this writing task at the time, although I did ask readers how they’d sum up their lives in six words.

Later in the week, I made an attempt:

Seeking, learning, striving; vision, passion, strength

What do you think? I don’t know what I think of it yet, I don’t yet know how accurate it is; but it’s not likely to share the fate of so many of the published memoirs these days, debunked as works of fiction.

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3 responses to “Just six words

  1. I think it’s good! It will be fun to see how each of those strong words apply to you the longer I know you. :)

  2. hmmm as an obscure writer I feel I should offer my six words!

    in parallel dimensions he is famous!

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