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Offline Rosen Trevithick Reading
24 Sep 2012, 04:32 PM | Post: #1

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Introducing Drabble Hippo

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We're looking for 100 word stories to add to the end of the Indie Book Bargains newsletter please.

They can be standalone or up to five parts, and, if selected, your author name will hyperlink to an Amazon author or book page of your choice.

Ideal length - as close to 100 words as possible, and certainly not over.

Please contact me if you're interested. We've already had some great ones from Jonathan and Willie.
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Offline TechnoHippy Reading One book at a time
24 Sep 2012, 04:54 PM | Post: #2

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RE: Looking for 100 word stories

(24 Sep 2012 04:32 PM)Rosen Trevithick Wrote:  We're looking for 100 word stories to add to the end of the Indie Book Bargains newsletter please.

They can be standalone or up to five parts, and, if selected, your author name will hyperlink to an Amazon author or book page of your choice.

Ideal length - as close to 100 words as possible, and certainly not over.

Please contact me if you're interested. We've already had some great ones from Jonathan and Willie.

I'd be up for that, any restrictions on genre?
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Offline Rosen Trevithick Reading
24 Sep 2012, 05:32 PM | Post: #3

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RE: Looking for 100 word stories

(24 Sep 2012 04:54 PM)TechnoHippy Wrote:  
(24 Sep 2012 04:32 PM)Rosen Trevithick Wrote:  We're looking for 100 word stories to add to the end of the Indie Book Bargains newsletter please.

They can be standalone or up to five parts, and, if selected, your author name will hyperlink to an Amazon author or book page of your choice.

Ideal length - as close to 100 words as possible, and certainly not over.

Please contact me if you're interested. We've already had some great ones from Jonathan and Willie.

I'd be up for that, any restrictions on genre?

No gnome porn.
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24 Sep 2012, 06:04 PM | Post: #4

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RE: Looking for 100 word stories

(24 Sep 2012 05:32 PM)Rosen Trevithick Wrote:  No gnome porn.

That's me out.
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24 Sep 2012, 09:14 PM | Post: #5

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RE: Looking for 100 word stories

Or sheep poaching survivor stories.
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Offline Damien J. Nash Reading Flux by Mark. R. Faulkner
24 Sep 2012, 09:36 PM | Post: #6

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RE: Looking for 100 word stories

I've given it a go Smile
Offline Damien J. Nash Reading Flux by Mark. R. Faulkner
24 Sep 2012, 09:53 PM | Post: #7

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RE: Looking for 100 word stories

Can I post it here? Or is that against the rules? Angel
Offline Rosen Trevithick Reading
24 Sep 2012, 10:11 PM | Post: #8

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RE: Looking for 100 word stories

I'm sure nobody would mind. Since KUF are hosting the discussion, I'm sure they'd love to enjoy its fruits.
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Offline Damien J. Nash Reading Flux by Mark. R. Faulkner
24 Sep 2012, 10:14 PM | Post: #9

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RE: Looking for 100 word stories

Ok then, I hope it inspires others... Clapping hands

The Dustcat.

Some time ago, not far from here there lived a dustcat. Created from the debris of a storm, he roamed the night in search of other dustcats in the hope that he was not alone. On the near light of dawn he met a badger.
‘Are you a dustcat too?’ he asked the badger.
‘No, I am a badger. There’s no such thing as a dustcat.’
‘But I’m a dustcat!’
As the badger considered his reply a gust of wind swept the dustcat away.
‘See, there’s no such thing as a dustcat,’ said the badger to himself.
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24 Sep 2012, 10:27 PM | Post: #10

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RE: Looking for 100 word stories

Hee hee. I like that one. Will feature it this week.
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