100 Words

Rated 3.00/5 based on 2 reviews
how much can one say in a hundred words ? 100 words is a collection of works which demonstrate the power of the written word to amuse, inform and provoke. Perfect for that ride on the bus, short break or when time is at a premium. More
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  • Category: Fiction » Mashups
  • Category: Fiction » Urban
  • Words: 10,530
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9780463433836
About Deb Whittam

Deb Whittam is a graduated from Macquarie University Bachelor of Arts and is traversing the great continent of Australia in a caravan. She seeks to explore the many forms of reality in her writing and examine how perspectives can alter when life is viewed through an alternate lens.

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Teresa Grabs reviewed on on June 1, 2018

Drabble (100-word stories) are fun to write, hard to master. Deb Whittam's collection includes a variety of themes and forms. Two standouts are "Judgement" and "Offense".

Many of the pieces are not fully developed--there is no beginning, middle, and end, and should be considered story starters rather than Drabble, but they are still enjoyable to read.

It is hard to group 100-words poetry as Drabble, so the collection is half-Drabble / half-poetry. Of the poetry collection, "Play" was perhaps the most-well written.

Another trip to the editor would have done wonders for the collection, but nothing major deterred from understanding the piece.
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James Hold reviewed on on May 28, 2018

Much as I can appreciate the discipline that goes into writing a 100 word piece I do not see where these are necessarily 'stories'. The prose ones come across as introductions or openings to what should be longer works.
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