You could spend a lifetime brainstorming.
The exercise in brevity certainly inspires.
A perfect distraction and inspiration, and a collection that begs to be shared.
Perfect for the American attention span...Will thrill minimalists and inspire maximalists.
The brilliance is in the brevity.
"The pithiest of life stories."
Six-word review: Buy it, keep it in bathroom.
In 2008, the editors of Smith Magazine asked dozens of writers "famous and obscure" to compose six-word memoirs. The resulting book, Not Quite What I Was Planning, became a New York Times bestseller. Now the inquisitive editors are back, armed with a new question. They wanted wordsmiths, old and new, to capture the essence of romance in half a dozen words. This is the result. If you can peruse this book with another person in the room without reading aloud from it, you probably have a deeply seated problem.