Tuesday, 10 November 2015

Festival of Drabbles 2015 - Places to Discover Drabbles

Drabbles are growing ever more popular and here are some of the places where you can read and discover new drabbles:

Book Hippo

http://bookhippo.uk/

Book Hippo features a drabble in its daily newsletter. You can also submit drabbles here for inclusion in the newsletter.

Drblr

https://drablr.com/

Drblr is a social network dedicated for drabbles - it's easy to sign up and submit drabbles and even easier to browse the submissions.

Short Fiction Readers and Writers

https://www.facebook.com/groups/shortfictionreadersandwriters/

The Short Fiction Readers and Writers group on Facebook has many drabbles posted from a variety of authors.

The Cult of Me

http://thecultofme.blogspot.co.uk/p/100-word-stories.html

As such a devotee of writing drabbles I have a page dedicated for the drabbles I've written, There are other pages for the various drabble series as well.

Ken Magee's Author Blog

http://www.kenmageeauthor.com/?page_id=78

Ken's author blog has his drabbles posted.

Rick Haynes' Author Blog

http://profnexus.wix.com/rickhaynes

Rick is a prolific and award winning drabblist and you can read his drabbles on his site.

Ignite Books

http://www.ignitebooks.blogspot.co.uk/p/drabbles.html

Kath Middleton has some of her drabbles on her blog.

The Drabblecast

http://www.drabblecast.org/

A drabble themed podcast and website.

Microfiction Madness

https://www.facebook.com/groups/465369153574246/?hc_location=ufi

A Facebook group dedicated to stories of 100 words or less.

Are You Afraid of the Dark

http://afstewartblog.blogspot.ca/

Features drabbles every Wednesday.

6 comments:

  1. Thanks for this, really helpful as I was going to ask where to get more info on the art of Drabbles. My interest has been piqued and I am thinking about attempting to write some 100 words stories myself.

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  2. I write for the group on the blog Rochelle Wisoff-Fields-Addicted to Purple blog. The web address is as follows:
    https://rochellewisofffields.wordpress.com/ On there, it's just called flash fiction. They're drabbles though. Members kid that it's addictive. :) --- Suzanne

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    1. Indeed - drabbles are a specific form of flash fiction.

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  3. Hi, there are 52 drabbles (one for every week of the year) over at my blog:
    http://52drabbles.blogspot.co.uk - it's where I first became addicted to writing them :-)

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