Single Story Line Challenge!

I’m taking on the Single Line Story Challenge! I won’t even call it a tag, because it is definitely a challenge and requires thinking fast.

Let’s go!

Rule 1: Thank the person who nominated you. Thanks, Lily!

Rule 2: Write 5 single line stories that fall under any of these genres (you pick which ones).













Young Adult

Rule 3: Nominate 5 blogger/writers who you’d love to see participate and leave an open nomination for all writers!

Rule 4: You may do the challenge more than once.

All right. Movin’ on . . .

I’m officially bending the rules (maybe) and combining fantasy with romance. (Don’t worry, I’ll only count it as one.)


She never bargained on finding the portal her grandfather went to his grave swearing was real – and she didn’t bargain on falling in love on the other side either; a romance more impossible than the portal itself.

Yikes. Don’t worry. I came up with that on the fly.


Because, why not? It’s not like I’ve ever written a western in my life.

He’s a gunslinger in a tight spot, she’s a mail-order bride getting in his way – saving her will cost him everything.


A homeless orphan on the streets of Virginia during the Civil War is trying to accomplish the impossible: find his family, who are scattered on both sides of the national divide.


A desperate synth on the run . . . and her hostage: a human boy who will show her her own humanity.

I actually had a piece of an outline already written for this idea.


A man decided to use his breakthrough invention to send himself to the future in the hopes of finding a cure for his dying wife . . . but the future may not be all he hoped it would.

Made it! Now to tag people . . . (No pressure, honestly.)

Sarah Baran

Chelsea R. H.

Kate Willis

And whoever wants to do it! 😉


Published by Hannah Gaudette

Hannah Gaudette is a home-school graduate living in the hills of New England. When she’s not writing or playing with the dogs, it’s a safe bet you can find her with some other animal, like goats. She is the founder of a sustainable agriculture movement called STEWARDSHIP in central Maine. She's a life-enthusiast and advocate for food allergy awareness, youth ministry, and service dogs.

3 thoughts on “Single Story Line Challenge!

  1. Hi Hannah! I loved your answers to this challenge, especially the dystopian one (now I need the full length story XD) Great job! And thanks for participating 🙂


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