This week we had a tie on number of votes between Jason Mott and Bryan Thomas, but Jason came out as winner due to the additional Facebook/Twitter/Google+ likes he received…better luck next time Scribbler.
Drabbles are still a rather unknown form of story telling and as such it’s not obvious how best to approach writing them. If however, you’d like to know how to improve your own drabble writing then you’ll certainly be interested in the writing drabbles guide from one of the most notable authors within the drabble community; Michael Brookes. Continue reading “How to write a Drabble”
Michael was our first Drablr and each one of his stories is worthy of being the Drabble of the Week.
He hasn’t submitted so many stories recently but he’s still worth following, so head over to his profile to read more excellent Drabbles. Continue reading “Drabble of the Week #46: Dirty Shoes”
Although Ken was one of our earliest members this is only the second Drabble he’s posted to Drablr – but it’s a classic! I only wish he would write more!
Head over to the main site and check out his profile. Continue reading “Drabble of the Week #45: The Seasick Seagull”
Jason is one of our newest Drablrs and it’s been a pleasure to read his work. Don’t be fooled by the title of this one, it’s not just children that should be afraid!
So far Jason has only written seven drabbles, but I for one hope he writes more soon. Check out more Drabbles from Jason here. Continue reading “Drabble of the Week #44: The Boogeyman Is Real”
Bryan certainly has a unique style of telling Drabbles and although sometimes he is perhaps a little too edgy, this one is certainly _classic_ @scribbler.
If you like your stories to have a _mean streak_ in them, then go check out more of Bryan’s Drabbles. Continue reading “Drabble of the Week #43: Bad Dad”
This week I’ve started a new promotion for our authors by running a Drabble of the Week. Each Monday I check to see which Drabble has received the most votes for the previous seven days and I will then promote that here on the blog, along with promoting it on the Drablr Twitter account, Facebook, and Tumblr pages.
When there is a tie in votes, I will tot up the Facebook/Twitter/Gooogle+ likes, and in the event there is still a tie, I will checkout the analytics to see which Drabble received the most page views.
So, without further ado… Continue reading “Drabble of the Week #41: The Killer”
This week saw Drablr receive its 100th Drabble!
Many thanks to everyone. It’s only been a few weeks since Drablr Beta went live and and already we have a couple dozen authors writing some great Drabble fiction.
And so, the **100** honour goes to; Continue reading “Our 100th Drabble Posted”
One of the first requests I had from authors was for give them the ability to include links to their own blogs and other social networks. Now that I have fixed mosts of the main issues with the site, I decided to get this feature implemented.
When you edit your profile you now have four boxes where you can enter links to these sites. Currently you can add your Amazon Author Profile, Facebook and Twitter accounts, along with a link to your own website or blog if you have one.
Please note that Drablr is a self funded project so any Amazon Profile links you add will have an affiliate tag added. This gives me the possibility to earn a little commission from any purchases made by these visitors…every little bit will help in funding Drablr.