Americans celebrate the Fourth of July with fanfare, food, and coolers full of fun! It’s the day of freedom, picnics, fireworks and more. That’s why this week’s best memoirs honor our beloved Day of Independence. Our Sixers touched on the holiday’s meaning (“Freedom comes with responsibility you see.”), it’s festivities (“Getting sparklers ready for July spells.”), and the joy a day off can bring (“Spending 4th forgetting about my job.”). One thing is certain—the Six Words community commemorates together and we celebrate with words (six, of course). –Gilmarie Brioso
Most Ready-for-a-Break: “Spending 4th forgetting about my job.” –MsKillie
Hottest: “Summer fireworks singed door to heaven.” –CanadaGoose
Most Novel: “First Independence Day as an independent.” –AQScott
Most Whimsical: “Getting sparklers ready for July spells.” –Bevvie
Toughest Narrative Arc: “Freedom comes with responsibility you see.” –fairman
Most Thrilled: “Give me sparklers and overburdened lawn-chairs!” –G_Austin
Plus! There are exciting new posts up on our blog! Learn more about Chelsey Drysdale (ChewyD2), July’s Memoirist Of The Month. And check out how the kids at The Pearl Of The Concho Writing Project are using Six-Word Memoirs to become more confident writers!