The last Monday Mind Opener was a big hit as ShakesQuillers limbered up their brains and had some fun using some random words to create a novel title and description.
This week, your assignment is to write an entire novel. However, the word count is six. Yes, taking an idea from Melissa McEwan (who nicked the idea from The Heretik), your job, should you chose to accept it, is to find something in the news past or present that you can turn into an entire, six-word novel. An Example:
China's Olympic Glory
by William K. Wolfrum
Crush the workers, get an Olympics.
You can make your book about anything you like whether it be politics, entertainment, sports, or anything else you like. Basically, if something is on your mind this lovely Monday, then don't just sit there, write a novel about it.
As always, any questions will be answered in the comment section.