These seven miniature stories were my contribution to the "door prizes" for on-time players in the May 2010 fkficfest game. (You can read the whole slate here, with seven more drabbles by amilyn and one by leela_cat.)
I'd written a drabble -- a 100-word story -- once before, but just the once. People often compare the discipline of a 100-word story to a haiku. The goal is to fit an entire, self-sufficient tale into the few words, not just an excerpt of a larger piece; I found it very challenging, and I know that my success varies across these selections.
|•||Title:||"Party Favors" (also on AO3)|
|•||Length:||7 x 100 words|
|•||Date:||Posted to fkficfest on May 30, 2010; not yet posted to FKFic-L|
|•||Quotation:||"The little camera on the patrol car's dashboard ensured that Vachon had to take it like a human."|
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