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10 October 2005 @ 07:14 pm


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10 October 2005 @ 05:40 pm



Word Counters

Drabble Verifier

This amazing counter will give you the number of words for any length work at the end of the below 'Type' (even if it says your piece is 'Not a Drabble').







 
 
10 October 2005 @ 05:32 pm


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10 October 2005 @ 04:58 pm


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10 October 2005 @ 04:41 pm


A DRABBLE is a fanfic that contains a specific amount of words -- no more and no less. This generally refers to a work of exactly 100 words. (Meaning a half-drabble would be a fanfic of 50 words and a double-drabble would contain 200 words.)

Often you'll see drabbles written in answer to a Fic Challenge or Contest -- and certain numbers of words will be specified, such as 100, 200, 300, etc. (However a drabble would never exceed the limit of 500 words.)

Drabbles began in British SF fandom in the late 1980's. (The term originates from a Monty Python skit: "Drabble. A word game for 2 to 4 players. The four players sit from left to right and the first person to write a novel wins.")



For the purpose of our community, a drabble is any fanfic that ranges between 100 - 500 words, with an exact count by increments of one hundred words.

Example:
100 words = Good
114 words = No good
200 words = Good
250 words = No good