We have another first time winner this week for our Drabble of the Week award. Brandon Sutton posted the very funny drabble, The Absolute Best and Greatest Sentence Ever. Brandon has only been a member of Drablr for a couple of months but has been a prolific writer, posting 81 drabbles so far, and covering all kinds of different styles. Take a look at his profile page and browse some of his work.
Drabble of the Week for the 25th week of 2014 goes to another of our more recent drablrs. Mike Arnzen has been posting some great drabbles and I’m happy to see his excellent Stage Jitters receive this weeks award. This is a classic drabble with a wonderful twist at the end.
Continue reading Drabble of the Week #25: Stage Jitters
This weeks Drabble of the Week award goes to a new drablr and currently just one time submitter, Laura Thiry for her wonderful Reluctant Love drabble. With luck this will be the first of many drabbles we’ll see from Laura. Continue reading Drabble of the Week #24: Reluctant Love
Once in a while we have a new drablr join the community who strikes a chord with our drablrs from the outset. After only a couple of weeks posting drabbles, Horrorshow has gained the Drabble of the Week award for the Drabble, That Which Grows, That Which Dies.
I’m looking forward to reading more drabbles from Horrorshow! Continue reading Drabble of the Week #23: That Which Grows, That Which Dies
Congratulations to K.Z. on yet another wonderful drabble and another deserved Drabble of the Week award.
Drablr now has a new home for its blog and update news. A few days back I updated the old Drablr news site from a custom solution to using WordPress. Not only does this make it easier for me to maintain and keep up-to-date, but it also provides better features for you.
Being a wordpress site means it’s now possible to leave comments on all posts — although I usually post content from here on sites like Facebook and Google+, having a central place for people to comment on them should be better. Continue reading New Drablr Blog
I’m not sure if our Drabble of the Week award goes to Peter for a great piece of fiction, or if it’s perhaps more a nice autobiographical work. Whichever it is, it’s still a great drabble.
Suffice to say, don’t try this at home…or your local Post Service!
Continue reading Drabble of the Week #21: Large Package
We’re living in a world with organisations like the NSA whose sole purpose is to spy on everyone. Governments endlessly lie to their voters and it’s been a long time since anyone had any real privacy. You’d think with all these security worries that we’d all be trying to keep our search histories to ourselves. Well, it seems somebody forgot to tell K. Z. Morano about all this and as a result KZ’s Google Search History has taken this weeks Drabble of the Week award.
I’m pleased to announce the release of a brand new version of the Drablr publishing system, featuring improved design and voting system.
To help better understand what you the authors want from a publishing system like Drablr, I ran a survey recently and the feedback produced some great suggestions, along with a few gripes!
This weeks Drabble of the Week is a real corker. Sand. It may just be one word but after you read Jonathan Hills latest drabble you’ll certainly be a little more cautious on your next trip to the beach. Congratulations to Jonathan on taking this weeks award.