By Sarah Phillips Glendale Teensquad
We are hosting a drabble challenge for teens! The challenge begins February 2nd and ends on February 25th.
A drabble is a short story that is exactly one hundred words long and it tends to focus on the smaller details rather than the big picture. It may seem easy to write but it is a test on the limits of your creativity. It is recommended that you type it out in a document so you can check the word count.
Once you are finished you can submit here
The theme of the challenge is Winter Wonderland. All entries submitted will be put into a collection which can be viewed digitally on Bibliboard. You can submit more than one Drabble if you like.
Do you accept this challenge? If yes, get to writing! Remember to have fun:)
You can access other examples of Drabbles from our blog. Check them out!
100 word Stories
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