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Six Sixes by Pamila Payne

an Online Magazine from Six Sentences



Pamila Payne gets connective and tells a compelling story in six short chapters.
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13 comments:

Paul Brazill said...

Amazing! Will read again later today. Ms P, Top !

Absolutely*Kate said...

Pamila, from the time "the house got bigger" so did my eyes, and I too hoped, "if she answered, he wouldn't cry." What a tale and what a 6-fit capered together. Up a tree with your precious word stash was an adventure to be climbed to, and I'll do it again. Bravissima! ~Absolutely*Kate

Harry said...

Pamila! I can hardly believe that was just 36 sentences. What a story! You deserve every kind of superlative but today let's go with Sensational!!!

Kevin Michaels said...

Exceptional! Raw and gritty with a hard, vivid edge and a keen eye for detail. I agree with Harry - your sixes deserve every kind of superlative! Six incredible sixes!

Linda said...

Super. I really enjoyed. But what happened to The Boy? Will you give us another 36? I like this idea of 6 Sixes - sort of a prose chapbook. Peace, Linda

John Wiswell said...

You covered a heck of a stretch in those 36 sentences, Pam!

Jodi MacArthur said...

The twist, the imagination, the characters!

From an innocent tree house, a dark room with a body, the jail house, then the phone booth - you take these two chilling characters on a journey to call Mom about. This 6x6 shows what Pamila Payne's work is all about- horror, true horror, with a touch of vulnerability.

Excellent, Pamila.

austere said...

Fabulous!

And then?

Pamila Payne said...

Thanks for reading and commenting. This was a different sort of story for me, I'm glad it's being well received.

Anonymous said...

Pamila, this was very good. I didn't know we could do it this way. If this type of writing is new for you...I think you found another way to spin your words
because we thoroughly enjoyed this.


Jeanette Cheezum

Melody said...

Amazing characters you’ve woven in these sixes. I feel like I know them with all the detail you’ve given in only 36 sentences. Superb writing.

Madam Z said...

Gripping and visceral. Though I knew I shouldn't, I kept thinking, "Poor little guy, poor baby."

Doug McIntire said...

Quite nice. I liked the way it was tying all together but then you left us hanging, just like in a single six. I really liked the way it was crafted and it have given me ideas for my own future submissions! Thanks for sharing!
~Doug