Issue #17: Drabble Stories—100 Word Fiction

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The drabble issues are always popular with writers and readers alike. A drabble, a neatly-packed, concise but complete 100 word story is a challenge to authors. How do you tell a finished whopper of a tale in just 100 words?

No matter if it’s hard or not, it’s hella fun! And our authors have given it everything and told their stories. Gripping, funny, scary stories…

All in 100 words.

And of course, readers love drabbles because they are short, easy reads.

So… off you go.

Issue #17: Drabble Stories—100 Word Fiction

Justice, by Kally Jo Surbeck

What Dolls Eat, by Karen Bovenmyer

The Cheat, by Helen Howell

Gramm’s Old Ouija Board, by Donna Marie West

Ground Control, by Gwendolyn Kiste

Hybrid, by Tim Tobin

 Life on the Dark Side of the Moon, by Michael A. Kechula

Sidewalk Games, by Gwendolyn Kiste

Symbiosis, by Roy C. Booth and Chad Fleagle

Battalion, by Robin Jennings

Prisoner, by Robin Wyatt Dunn

Last One In, by Phil Temples

Guidance, by Donna Marie West

The City of Lake Traverse Consumer Confidence Report: City Water, by Roy C. Booth

Giant Pool Table, by Denny E. Marshall

Size Doesn’t Matter, by Michael A. Kechula

Palm Reader, by Gwendolyn Kiste

New Bride, by Sheryl Normandeau

Master,  by E. M. Eastick

Pest Control, by Stevehen Warren

Spice-Craft, by Denny E. Marshall

1878 or 2178, Some Things Remain the Same, by Roy C. Booth

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Posted on June 28, 2015, in Issue 17: Drabble Stories—100 Word Fiction and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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