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    Sixth Year Slytherin
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    Drabble Babble

    About Monthly character drabble - Neville Longbottom, can the drabble be fictitious or does it have to relate with canon? Also, can it be genre-specific (Dark/Angst to be more specific) Also, does this have to be Neville's POV or can i write in 3rd person?

    Long list of questions - i know. but would be grateful if u answer...

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    mooglelover333
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    For the weekly drabble, while the character is thinking about the secret, can the thought include dialogue?

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    dory_the_fishie
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    For the weekly drabble challenge, does the whole thing have to be just those two lines of dialogue and the character's thoughts, or can we include a paragraph at the beginning and end to narrate?

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    Weekly Drabble - the instructions are clear. It has to start and end with the sentences given. There can be no other dialogue other than those two lines. This is about getting into someone's head.

    The monthly can be about anything, anytime, anywhere - as long as you explore Neville Longbottom's character.
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    I feel really stupid asking this but when you say a drabble is a short piece of writing, Can we submit prose also?

    Or poetry?

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    A drabble is a piece of prose less than 499 words. Not poetry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by evanescence17
    About Monthly character drabble - Neville Longbottom, can the drabble be fictitious or does it have to relate with canon? Also, can it be genre-specific (Dark/Angst to be more specific) Also, does this have to be Neville's POV or can i write in 3rd person?

    Long list of questions - i know. but would be grateful if u answer...
    Please use correct grammar in your posts.

    Also:

    For the weekly drabble, we can't write anything except Dumby's two lines, and what the character is thinking? No dialouge, no descriptions, no shaking of heads, anything? I just want to clarify; I'm sorry if it's been mentioned.






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    Yes, it has to be entirely what's going on in the character's head as they decided whether to tell Dumbledore or not.
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    Bryant
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    In the Inner Thoughts challenge, can we put a description of something after the first sentence, "Is there anything you would like to tell me?" I know we aren't suppose to put any description, or anything, before the first sentence, but can we put a description after the first sentence or do we have to go straight to the inner thoughts of the person?

    Thanks in advance for your help!

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