Friday, 5 February 2016

Dribble drabble trouble

Morgen Bailey runs regular free to enter 100 word short story competitions. These are known as drabbles - not to be confused with dribbles.

She offers on-line writing courses as prizes.

I know this is a lot more than a dribble, but then I usually write a lot more than 100 words.

This stuff makes a reasonable amount of sense before I start typing ...

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  1. I should try one some time since I'm a man of few words...

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  2. dribbles and drabbles

    I can't get my mind off what I just read over at 'A bit about Britain.'

    In Scotland, a hard is a firm place to land. That's what she said.

    (that immature humor may be too low for someone on your side of the pond)

    sigh

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    1. Not just Scotland, Mac. I'm meeting a friend at Portsmouth Hard this morning.

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  3. I did a 100-worder (a drabble?) last week for Helen Yendall's competition. It's a good exercise to come back to every now and again, and it helps with the dreaded synopsis thing.

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    1. It is helpful in getting our minds set to write something concise, Jackie.

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  4. I'm on the wane side of motivation right now, maybe later. Thanks.

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