One of the questions posed to Janice was this:
Hemingway reportedly called his six-word story ("For sale: baby shoes, never worn") his best work. What can you tell us about your book in six words? (They don't have to be your best six.)
Eek, six words? Hmmm… “My sister’s in trouble, Gotta run.”
Now I am a tad wee bit tiny somewhat skeptical of Hemingway's "best work" there (but then, I am not a fan of any of his work), but I like this as a game. I like games. Can you sum up your work in progress/completed novel in six words? Here's a few to get you started:
Twilight: "Love means not running from vampires."
The Godfather: "Sometimes family obligations trump your morals."
Nick Hornby's Fever Pitch (his awesome memoir about football): "Football defines all of my life."
You know, I should probably search the tinterweb and see if this has been done already. I bet it has. So what. I had fun making those up above. Now, here is mine for my own novel:
"Santorini heals wounds, but be careful."
What are six words about your work in progress/finished novel? Post them in the comments!