Long time drablr, Jonathan Hill, is at it again, and his _Outsmarted_ drabble is certainly worthy of our Drabble of the Week award. Visit his profile page to read more of his great drabbles, or go and check out his 100 One Hundred Word Tales if you’d like to support his writing by purchasing his book.
Wow! Our Drabble of the Week award goes to ***** **** not only for how fantastic a drabble it is, but that it cracks open a whole world of ******* and ***** – something ** *** must **** ***** of. Our drablr ***** hasn’t picked up the award for sometime but a chord has certainly been stuck with fellow drablrs ***** and ***** who seem to completely agree with them.
You must read, then go place your vote and share this drabble as soon as you can, as who know’s how long it will be before it’s taken down… Continue reading Drabble of the Week 14w13: *** ******** *******
We’ve had a number of themes running on drablr over the last few months, and today’s Drabble of the Week follows a popular one. This weeks award goes to Kate Gowers with her Unicorn themed drabble; it’s a little risqué but a classic non-the-less. I’m sure you’ll enjoy it as much as I did.
Again Michael steps up with another fantastic drabble. I especially like this one for its subtlety – I certainly had to take a moment on this before I realised exactly what was going on. As always, Michael really knows what makes a great drabble and this one is certainly worthy of the Drabble of the Week award.
Francine is currently our most prolific drablr, yet the quality of her writing is always very high. This is also the third time Francine has claimed our Drabble of the Week award and yet again, it’s well deserved.
In recent weeks there’s been a _classics_ meme happening within the Drabble/Flash Fiction community, with re-tellings of old classic stories with a modern twist and told in the Flash Fiction format.
Drablr has seen a number of great re-tellings but Bryan’s Wuthering Heights is the first to gain the Drabble of the Week award. Continue reading Drabble of the Week 14w9: Wuthering Heights 2014
This weeks Drabble of the Week award goes to Pearl Cannon for her wonderful The Solution. This is defintely a laugh-out-loud story and stuck a chord with lots of others too, as not only did it gain a number of comments but also almost thirty tweets!
For the second week in a row, Kate Gowers recieves our Drabble of the Week award! Every drabble that Kate writes is a classic, so it’s looking like our other drablrs will need to up their games if they want to stop Kate from making it a hat trick.
“Inspired by an utterly ridiculous lateral thinking puzzle.” — Kate Gowers
…lateral indeed! Continue reading Drabble of the Week 14w7: Lateral Thinking
This weeks Drabble of the Week goes again to one of our newest drablrs; Kate Gowers.
Kate joined Drablr just over a week ago and although her first two drabble are fantastic (I especially liked “Unintended Consequences“) it is her third drabble, _Reasoned Debate_, that has claimed this weeks Drabble of the Week. Continue reading Drabble of the Week 14w6: Reasoned Debate
Bryan Thomas takes the Drabble of the Week again. Alone with my Thoughts breaks away from his usual jovial style, it’s very much darker and thought provoking – powerful stuff indeed.