The Washington Post has come up with descriptions of novels in just 12 words.
Anna Karenina? No problem. “Happy families are all alike; unhappy families should watch out for trains.”
Gone With the Wind? “Fiddle-dee-dee. Boom! Atlanta burns, we’re birthin’ babies. Frankly, my dear . . . New South.”
The Post challenged readers to post their own at the paper’s site, or on Twitter with the hashtag #12wordnovels
So here’s mine for my latest novel:
2012: Midnight at Spanish Gardens – “Go through the door, you’re not you; but you could be again.“