The first Drablr competition has come to a close after a successful month full of great storytelling.
During the first week things moved slowly, but it wasn’t long before we gained a clear leader, who held top spot right up until the last couple of days of the competition! As was expect, the self-promotion really started to heat up during these last couple of days, turning it in to a two horse race between Andrew Lawston and Rebecca Morgan. Continue reading “Drablr NY Competition Results”
To celebrate the new year, along with Drablr’s upcoming 6 month birthday (end of Jan), I’d like to invite you all to join in with our New Year Resolution Competition.
All you need to do is write a 100-word drabble based on the “New Year Resolution” theme. Then, come the end of January, the drabble with the most votes* will win a £100** Amazon Gift Card! Continue reading “Drablr January Competition!”
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.