Welcome to The Three Broomsticks Easter 100 word Challenge!
It was Easter last week, and you know what that means! Not only will Madam Russia be stuffing herself with chocolate for a good few days, but your barmaids have devised a very special Easter 100 word challenge for you.
I, Madam Russia, will be your resident Easter bunny and every 2 days I will be dropping drabble prompts in the form of different kinds of Easter eggs.
Each kind of egg will be accompanied by a SHORTexplanation which you should use as your prompt to write a drabble of between 90 and 100 words. (no more than 100)
2 participation points will be awarded to each author who submits a drabble. You may enter as many drabbles as you like for each prompt, but participation points will only be awarded once per egg type. A winner will be chosen from each prompt and will receive a further 5 points, and if you manage to complete all 9 prompts, you will receive another 5 points for your house.
There will be 9 prompts in total, prompt nine (the final prompt! All Madam Russia's chocolate is nearly gone! ) is as follows and you have until 10pm BST on 5th May to complete it.
You may use any characters/eras, canon or non-canon. Write whatever you feel like!Egg Type: China Egg
Drabble prompt:Hearts, like glass, are easily broken.
It is not necessary to include the egg, or an egg of any kind. Nor is it necessary to reference Easter, you can write whatever you feel like, as long as it centres around the phrase underneath the egg type.
Here is the form for your drabble:
HAVE FUN DRABBLERS!
Lots of Easter love, The Barmaids xxxxx