Three Line Tales: A writer’s story

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At the crack of the dawn, the entire world will come to know that her debut novel won the Booker prize.

A decade of her sleepless nights to perfect her writing skills will be finally paid off.

Yet, people will call it an ‘overnight success’!

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P.S: The above post is written for ‘Three line tales:Week Three’ challenge by Sonya, the author of ‘Only 100 Words’ blog. Thank you,Sonya, for hosting this challenge. To read more posts for this event, click here.

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17 thoughts on “Three Line Tales: A writer’s story

  1. Lovely thing to dream of. I hope you get it someday. Yes, everyone always says people experience overnight success. They always forget all the hours and time a writer spends writing before they break through, if they do.

  2. Overnight success is a far fetched dream. Most importantly, the writer still gets the prize. He/she couldn’t control what others thinks. Wonderful story! I stared at the picture for the whole day, still couldn’t think of 3 lines to write a story. I gave up! Haha! You are marvellous! 😀

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  4. How often has this happened in real life – every week probably. I think it’s more glamorous and exciting for the media to dub someone an ‘overnight success’ – ‘success from years of hard work, sleepless nights, ignoring your family and total obssession’ doesn’t have the same ring to it 🙂

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