#SixWordSaturday Plot your novel, not your life! #SixWordStories

It’s my first time taking part in #SixWordSaturday. Thank you Debbie at Travel with Intent  for hosting and I hope to gradually meet the other participants.

Six Word Saturday seems to be a good and concise way of summing  up the week with six words in the title of the post, and a post with a round up of the week that’s passed.

Now and again, I’ll be adding #SixWordStories to the mix, if I can manage a phrase, or story, with the six words.

In my case I’ll be adding a few, perhaps six, sentences, and a few, perhaps six, photos!

I’ll try to keep it short and pretty!

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It’s a holiday week for me, so instead of teaching, I started off plotting my new novel, which was getting out of hand at 22,000 words and no plan!

Then we were able to get away to a fairly secluded beach, in Estepona, for a short break.

I planned the holiday, but I didn’t know exactly what would happen once I arrived. The first surprise was a quiet beach…

…and a lovely Beach Bar for breakfast and lunch!

I was lucky enough to have three of my favourite ladies for company; one of my best friends, Anna, her lovely daughter, Zara, and my daughter.

I was also able to watch two of my grandchildren splashing around the seaside!  

 

The most beautiful moments in life are unplanned. Let them happen.

It’s been a wonderful week. Back to work on Monday, batteries recharged!

I’ll be back to the beach for a few days in May, fingers crossed!

How was your Easter break?    

Do you plot your novels?

Do you plot your lives?

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About LucciaGray

Writer, blogger, teacher, reader and lover of words wherever they are. Author of The Eyre Hall Trilogy, the breathtaking sequel to Jane Eyre. Luccia lives in sunny Spain, but her heart's in Victorian London.

Posted on April 15, 2017, in Six Word Saturday, Six Word Stories and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.

  1. Welcome to 6WS Lucia, and I’m glad you had a great and restful week.
    I always busy plotting – plotting my travels.

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  2. I like this idea, although trying to sum up my week in six words sounds quite hard. That beach looks lovely 🙂

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  3. I’m just starting a 9-day break from school (my last year teaching); I’m not plotting Anything!

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  4. That’s another good slogan, Luccia 🙂 Not beach weather here in north east UK unless you are wearing several overcoats. I knew it was a mistake to leave the Algarve. Happy Easter!

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