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by Julie Anne Robinson
Originally published by on 25/11/2017

Most stories have a structure to them. A beginning, a middle and an end. It helps to plan this way so the author knows exactly where a story is heading. A drabble is no different – 100 words to begin, develop and end a story. The ending is of great significance. I prefer to have a little twist in the tale. Something that the readers can remember about the story. This is not always easy with the limitation of 100 words. It is often harder to think of the end than the beginning. This drabble was a little easier. The End.

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