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Three simple prompts this week, and sorry about the fail last week and the previous week:


Budget

So much to do, so little time

Or if you’re feeling a little more intellectual:

Ars longa, vita brevis est



Post your drabble as a comment to this post, and if you have any ideas for future seasonal prompts, let me know by PM. I may also use the occasional completely random prompt if something occurs to me.

The rules are minimal - One hundred words exactly, and be polite when commenting!
You can write any fandom or original fiction, any pairing or none.
You don’t have to write in English if you don’t want to.


Please note that if you do choose to write in another language, I can't promise to comment beyond a simple "Thank You", although I will do my best via Google! A rough translation would be lovely, but is not essential. The translation does not have to be 100 words, nor does it need to be polished or “good English”. Just the gist is fine, to put across the idea.

So long as you are confident that your response meets one of the prompts, that’s good enough for me.




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So, playing a trifle fast and loose with the days again, but better late than never. My main pre-occupation this week has been the ending of Ashes to Ashes, and that’s what I’m going with for the prompts. Please note that although the titles aren’t particularly spoilery unless you’ve seen all of Ashes except 3.08, my drabble - if I ever get round to finishing it - probably will contain spoilers for Ashes 3.08

So, the prompts this week:

Shallow Grave

Not the man I thought I was

The End

Heaven is a good pub



Post your drabble as a comment to this post, and if you have any ideas for future seasonal prompts, let me know by PM. I may also use the occasional completely random prompt if something occurs to me.

The rules are minimal - One hundred words exactly, and be polite when commenting!
You can write any fandom or original fiction, any pairing or none.
You don’t have to write in English if you don’t want to.


Please note that if you do choose to write in another language, I can't promise to comment beyond a simple "Thank You", although I will do my best via Google! A rough translation would be lovely, but is not essential. The translation does not have to be 100 words, nor does it need to be polished or “good English”. Just the gist is fine, to put across the idea.

So long as you are confident that your response meets one of the prompts, that’s good enough for me.




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So, playing a trifle fast and loose with the days again, but better late than never. My main pre-occupation this week has been the ending of Ashes to Ashes, and that’s what I’m going with for the prompts. Please note that although the titles aren’t particularly spoilery unless you’ve seen all of Ashes except 3.08, my drabble - if I ever get round to finishing it - probably will contain spoilers for Ashes 3.08

So, the prompts this week:

Shallow Grave

Not the man I thought I was

The End

Heaven is a good pub



Post your drabble as a comment to this post, and if you have any ideas for future seasonal prompts, let me know by PM. I may also use the occasional completely random prompt if something occurs to me.

The rules are minimal - One hundred words exactly, and be polite when commenting!
You can write any fandom or original fiction, any pairing or none.
You don’t have to write in English if you don’t want to.


Please note that if you do choose to write in another language, I can't promise to comment beyond a simple "Thank You", although I will do my best via Google! A rough translation would be lovely, but is not essential. The translation does not have to be 100 words, nor does it need to be polished or “good English”. Just the gist is fine, to put across the idea.

So long as you are confident that your response meets one of the prompts, that’s good enough for me.




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I seem to have missed a couple of weeks; I really need to find a different day or time to post, because early mornings just don’t work any more.

Right, so we missed the whole election thing, but as it’s still rumbling on with the coalition and all, I’m considering it still topical. So, the prompts this week:


Blue Tie, Yellow Tie

Election

A Very Civil Partnership


Post your drabble as a comment to this post, and if you have any ideas for future seasonal prompts, let me know by PM. I may also use the occasional completely random prompt if something occurs to me. For the avoidance of doubt, Clameron or any other RPS is allowed.

The rules are minimal - One hundred words exactly, and be polite when commenting!
You can write any fandom or original fiction, any pairing or none.
You don’t have to write in English if you don’t want to.


Please note that if you do choose to write in another language, I can't promise to comment beyond a simple "Thank You", although I will do my best via Google! A rough translation would be lovely, but is not essential. The translation does not have to be 100 words, nor does it need to be polished or “good English”. Just the gist is fine, to put across the idea.

And as long as you are confident that your response meets one of the prompts, that’s good enough for me.




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I seem to have missed a couple of weeks; I really need to find a different day or time to post, because early mornings just don’t work any more.

Right, so we missed the whole election thing, but as it’s still rumbling on with the coalition and all, I’m considering it still topical. So, the prompts this week:


Blue Tie, Yellow Tie

Election

A Very Civil Partnership


Post your drabble as a comment to this post, and if you have any ideas for future seasonal prompts, let me know by PM. I may also use the occasional completely random prompt if something occurs to me. For the avoidance of doubt, Clameron or any other RPS is allowed.

The rules are minimal - One hundred words exactly, and be polite when commenting!
You can write any fandom or original fiction, any pairing or none.
You don’t have to write in English if you don’t want to.


Please note that if you do choose to write in another language, I can't promise to comment beyond a simple "Thank You", although I will do my best via Google! A rough translation would be lovely, but is not essential. The translation does not have to be 100 words, nor does it need to be polished or “good English”. Just the gist is fine, to put across the idea.

And as long as you are confident that your response meets one of the prompts, that’s good enough for me.




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On 29th April in 1992, a jury found four LA police officers ‘Not Guilty’ of beating up motorist Rodney King, despite television audiences all over the world having seen them do it.

On 27th April in the same year, Betty Boothroyd was elected Speaker of the House of Commons. She was the first woman to hold the post.

On 24th April 1993, an IRA bomb devastated the Bishopsgate area of the City of London.



The prompts this week are therefore:

Beating up the wrong guy

Women can do anything

One man’s terrorist is another man’s freedom fighter



As usual, don’t wait for me - if you’re inspired, go for it!

Post your drabble as a comment to this post, and if you have any ideas for future seasonal prompts, let me know by PM. I may also use the occasional completely random prompt if something occurs to me.

The rules are minimal - One hundred words exactly, and be polite when commenting!
You can write any fandom or original fiction, any pairing or none.
You don’t have to write in English if you don’t want to.


Please note that if you do choose to write in another language, I can't promise to comment beyond a simple "Thank You", although I will do my best via Google! A rough translation would be lovely, but is not essential. The translation does not have to be 100 words, nor does it need to be polished or “good English”. Just the gist is fine, to put across the idea.

So long as you are confident that your response meets one of the prompts, that’s good enough for me.




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On 29th April in 1992, a jury found four LA police officers ‘Not Guilty’ of beating up motorist Rodney King, despite television audiences all over the world having seen them do it.

On 27th April in the same year, Betty Boothroyd was elected Speaker of the House of Commons. She was the first woman to hold the post.

On 24th April 1993, an IRA bomb devastated the Bishopsgate area of the City of London.



The prompts this week are therefore:

Beating up the wrong guy

Women can do anything

One man’s terrorist is another man’s freedom fighter



As usual, don’t wait for me - if you’re inspired, go for it!

Post your drabble as a comment to this post, and if you have any ideas for future seasonal prompts, let me know by PM. I may also use the occasional completely random prompt if something occurs to me.

The rules are minimal - One hundred words exactly, and be polite when commenting!
You can write any fandom or original fiction, any pairing or none.
You don’t have to write in English if you don’t want to.


Please note that if you do choose to write in another language, I can't promise to comment beyond a simple "Thank You", although I will do my best via Google! A rough translation would be lovely, but is not essential. The translation does not have to be 100 words, nor does it need to be polished or “good English”. Just the gist is fine, to put across the idea.

So long as you are confident that your response meets one of the prompts, that’s good enough for me.




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I missed last week due to holidays, but let's see what we can do this week.

The provenance for this week's prompts is fairly obvious:


Volcano

Flying

Stranded



As usual, don’t wait for me - if you’re inspired, go for it!

Post your drabble as a comment to this post, and if you have any ideas for future seasonal prompts, let me know by PM. I may also use the occasional completely random prompt if something occurs to me.

The rules are minimal - One hundred words exactly, and be polite when commenting!
You can write any fandom or original fiction, any pairing or none.
You don’t have to write in English if you don’t want to.


Please note that if you do choose to write in another language, I can't promise to comment beyond a simple "Thank You", although I will do my best via Google! A rough translation would be lovely, but is not essential. The translation does not have to be 100 words, nor does it need to be polished or “good English”. Just the gist is fine, to put across the idea.

So long as you are confident that your response meets one of the prompts, that’s good enough for me.




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I missed last week due to holidays, but let's see what we can do this week.

The provenance for this week's prompts is fairly obvious:


Volcano

Flying

Stranded



As usual, don’t wait for me - if you’re inspired, go for it!

Post your drabble as a comment to this post, and if you have any ideas for future seasonal prompts, let me know by PM. I may also use the occasional completely random prompt if something occurs to me.

The rules are minimal - One hundred words exactly, and be polite when commenting!
You can write any fandom or original fiction, any pairing or none.
You don’t have to write in English if you don’t want to.


Please note that if you do choose to write in another language, I can't promise to comment beyond a simple "Thank You", although I will do my best via Google! A rough translation would be lovely, but is not essential. The translation does not have to be 100 words, nor does it need to be polished or “good English”. Just the gist is fine, to put across the idea.

So long as you are confident that your response meets one of the prompts, that’s good enough for me.




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Looking through the archives at the BBC’s On This Day, I find the following:

8th April 1986 Clint Eastwood becomes Mayor of Carmel in California

10th April 1998 Northern Ireland peace deal reached - The Good Friday Agreement

And of course, the date of the General Election was announced yesterday.


So this week the prompts are:

Elections and Politicians

Peace

Religious Wars



As usual, don’t wait for me - if you’re inspired, go for it!

Post your drabble as a comment to this post, and if you have any ideas for future seasonal prompts, let me know by PM. I may also use the occasional completely random prompt if something occurs to me.

The rules are minimal - One hundred words exactly, and be polite when commenting!
You can write any fandom or original fiction, any pairing or none.
You don’t have to write in English if you don’t want to.


Please note that if you do choose to write in another language, I can't promise to comment beyond a simple "Thank You", although I will do my best via Google! A rough translation would be lovely, but is not essential. The translation does not have to be 100 words, nor does it need to be polished or “good English”. Just the gist is fine, to put across the idea.

And don’t forget, as long as you are confident that your response meets one of the prompts, that’s good enough for me.




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Looking through the archives at the BBC’s On This Day, I find the following:

8th April 1986 Clint Eastwood becomes Mayor of Carmel in California

10th April 1998 Northern Ireland peace deal reached - The Good Friday Agreement

And of course, the date of the General Election was announced yesterday.


So this week the prompts are:

Elections and Politicians

Peace

Religious Wars



As usual, don’t wait for me - if you’re inspired, go for it!

Post your drabble as a comment to this post, and if you have any ideas for future seasonal prompts, let me know by PM. I may also use the occasional completely random prompt if something occurs to me.

The rules are minimal - One hundred words exactly, and be polite when commenting!
You can write any fandom or original fiction, any pairing or none.
You don’t have to write in English if you don’t want to.


Please note that if you do choose to write in another language, I can't promise to comment beyond a simple "Thank You", although I will do my best via Google! A rough translation would be lovely, but is not essential. The translation does not have to be 100 words, nor does it need to be polished or “good English”. Just the gist is fine, to put across the idea.

And don’t forget, as long as you are confident that your response meets one of the prompts, that’s good enough for me.




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30th March 2010

Looking through the archives at the BBC’s On This Day, I find the following:


1st April 1957: Panorama - the famous Spaghetti Harvest documentary

27th March 1963: Dr Beeching presents his first report on reducing the railways

29th March 1981: The first London Marathon took place


Plus, obviously, it’s Easter this weekend.



So for this week I’ve chosen the prompts:

April Fool’s Day

Public Transport

Run For Your Life

Easter Eggs



As usual, don’t wait for me - if you’re inspired, go for it! It's quite all right to use the original historical event as a prompt if that suits you better.

Post your drabble as a comment to this post, and if you have any ideas for future seasonal prompts, let me know by PM. I may also use the occasional completely random prompt if something occurs to me.

The rules are minimal - One hundred words exactly, and be polite when commenting!
You can write any fandom or original fiction, any pairing or none.
You don’t have to write in English if you don’t want to.


Please note that if you do choose to write in another language, I can't promise to comment beyond a simple "Thank You", although I will do my best via Google! A rough translation would be lovely, but is not essential. The translation does not have to be 100 words, nor does it need to be polished or “good English”. Just the gist is fine, to put across the idea.

And don’t forget, as long as you are confident that your response meets one of the prompts, that’s good enough for me.




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30th March 2010

Looking through the archives at the BBC’s On This Day, I find the following:


1st April 1957: Panorama - the famous Spaghetti Harvest documentary

27th March 1963: Dr Beeching presents his first report on reducing the railways

29th March 1981: The first London Marathon took place


Plus, obviously, it’s Easter this weekend.



So for this week I’ve chosen the prompts:

April Fool’s Day

Public Transport

Run For Your Life

Easter Eggs



As usual, don’t wait for me - if you’re inspired, go for it! It's quite all right to use the original historical event as a prompt if that suits you better.

Post your drabble as a comment to this post, and if you have any ideas for future seasonal prompts, let me know by PM. I may also use the occasional completely random prompt if something occurs to me.

The rules are minimal - One hundred words exactly, and be polite when commenting!
You can write any fandom or original fiction, any pairing or none.
You don’t have to write in English if you don’t want to.


Please note that if you do choose to write in another language, I can't promise to comment beyond a simple "Thank You", although I will do my best via Google! A rough translation would be lovely, but is not essential. The translation does not have to be 100 words, nor does it need to be polished or “good English”. Just the gist is fine, to put across the idea.

And don’t forget, as long as you are confident that your response meets one of the prompts, that’s good enough for me.




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OK, one day late but I don’t think that’s going to bother too many people. One item which I remember being big news took place in 1973: London Stock Exchange Admits Women

So this week’s prompts are:

Daffodils

Equinox

Equality

Royalty


The last prompt was, er, prompted, by this news item. I was intrigued at the description of the public reaction to Queen Mary’s death, although I suppose then, as with Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother more recently, it was the older members of the crowd - the ones who remembered her in her earlier days - who were the most moved. Anyway, make of it what you will, and as usual, don’t wait for me - if you’re inspired, go for it!

Post your drabble as a comment to this post, and if you have any ideas for future seasonal prompts, let me know by PM. I may also use the occasional completely random prompt if something occurs to me.

The rules are minimal - One hundred words exactly, and be polite when commenting!
You can write any fandom or original fiction, any pairing or none.
You don’t have to write in English if you don’t want to.


Please note that if you do choose to write in another language, I can't promise to comment beyond a simple "Thank You", although I will do my best via Google! A rough translation would be lovely, but is not essential. The translation does not have to be 100 words, nor does it need to be polished or “good English”. Just the gist is fine, to put across the idea.

And don’t forget, as long as you are confident that your response meets one of the prompts, that’s good enough for me.




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OK, one day late but I don’t think that’s going to bother too many people. One item which I remember being big news took place in 1973: London Stock Exchange Admits Women

So this week’s prompts are:

Daffodils

Equinox

Equality

Royalty


The last prompt was, er, prompted, by this news item. I was intrigued at the description of the public reaction to Queen Mary’s death, although I suppose then, as with Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother more recently, it was the older members of the crowd - the ones who remembered her in her earlier days - who were the most moved. Anyway, make of it what you will, and as usual, don’t wait for me - if you’re inspired, go for it!

Post your drabble as a comment to this post, and if you have any ideas for future seasonal prompts, let me know by PM. I may also use the occasional completely random prompt if something occurs to me.

The rules are minimal - One hundred words exactly, and be polite when commenting!
You can write any fandom or original fiction, any pairing or none.
You don’t have to write in English if you don’t want to.


Please note that if you do choose to write in another language, I can't promise to comment beyond a simple "Thank You", although I will do my best via Google! A rough translation would be lovely, but is not essential. The translation does not have to be 100 words, nor does it need to be polished or “good English”. Just the gist is fine, to put across the idea.

And don’t forget, as long as you are confident that your response meets one of the prompts, that’s good enough for me.




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It’s been a bit of a strange week, but I really will start doing these myself soon...

On March 17th 2001, the Eden Project opened. Other news, not so positive, so we'll leave that as our sole historical prompt.

So this week’s prompts are:

Mothers Day

Garden of Eden

Good News


As usual, don’t wait for me - if you’re inspired, go for it!

Post your drabble as a comment to this post, and if you have any ideas for future seasonal prompts, let me know by PM. I may also use the occasional completely random prompt if something occurs to me.

The rules are minimal - One hundred words exactly, and be polite when commenting!
You can write any fandom or original fiction, any pairing or none.
You don’t have to write in English if you don’t want to.


Please note that if you do choose to write in another language, I can't promise to comment beyond a simple "Thank You", although I will do my best via Google! A rough translation would be lovely, but is not essential. The translation does not have to be 100 words, nor does it need to be polished or “good English”. Just the gist is fine, to put across the idea.

And don’t forget, as long as you are confident that your response meets one of the prompts, that’s good enough for me.




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It’s been a bit of a strange week, but I really will start doing these myself soon...

On March 17th 2001, the Eden Project opened. Other news, not so positive, so we'll leave that as our sole historical prompt.

So this week’s prompts are:

Mothers Day

Garden of Eden

Good News


As usual, don’t wait for me - if you’re inspired, go for it!

Post your drabble as a comment to this post, and if you have any ideas for future seasonal prompts, let me know by PM. I may also use the occasional completely random prompt if something occurs to me.

The rules are minimal - One hundred words exactly, and be polite when commenting!
You can write any fandom or original fiction, any pairing or none.
You don’t have to write in English if you don’t want to.


Please note that if you do choose to write in another language, I can't promise to comment beyond a simple "Thank You", although I will do my best via Google! A rough translation would be lovely, but is not essential. The translation does not have to be 100 words, nor does it need to be polished or “good English”. Just the gist is fine, to put across the idea.

And don’t forget, as long as you are confident that your response meets one of the prompts, that’s good enough for me.




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I’ve been seriously disorganised this week and haven’t even done last week’s challenge! (Many thanks to [livejournal.com profile] smallhobbit for playing; sorry I haven’t commented yet.) Today OH is going to be around all day, so...yeah. Maybe tomorrow.

Anyway, the BBC’s “on this day” yielded a long list of tragic and horrific stories, and we’re not going there, so this week’s challenges are seasonal:

First Signs of Spring

Snowdrops

Gardening Leave


As usual, don’t wait for me - if you’re inspired, go for it!

Post your drabble as a comment to this post, and if you have any ideas for future seasonal prompts, let me know by PM. I may also use the occasional completely random prompt if something occurs to me.

The rules are minimal - One hundred words exactly, and be polite when commenting!
You can write any fandom or original fiction, any pairing or none.
You don’t have to write in English if you don’t want to.


Please note that if you do choose to write in another language, I can't promise to comment beyond a simple "Thank You", although I will do my best via Google! A rough translation would be lovely, but is not essential. The translation does not have to be 100 words, nor does it need to be polished or “good English”. Just the gist is fine, to put across the idea.

And don’t forget, as long as you are confident that your response meets one of the prompts, that’s good enough for me.




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I’ve been seriously disorganised this week and haven’t even done last week’s challenge! (Many thanks to [livejournal.com profile] smallhobbit for playing; sorry I haven’t commented yet.) Today OH is going to be around all day, so...yeah. Maybe tomorrow.

Anyway, the BBC’s “on this day” yielded a long list of tragic and horrific stories, and we’re not going there, so this week’s challenges are seasonal:

First Signs of Spring

Snowdrops

Gardening Leave


As usual, don’t wait for me - if you’re inspired, go for it!

Post your drabble as a comment to this post, and if you have any ideas for future seasonal prompts, let me know by PM. I may also use the occasional completely random prompt if something occurs to me.

The rules are minimal - One hundred words exactly, and be polite when commenting!
You can write any fandom or original fiction, any pairing or none.
You don’t have to write in English if you don’t want to.


Please note that if you do choose to write in another language, I can't promise to comment beyond a simple "Thank You", although I will do my best via Google! A rough translation would be lovely, but is not essential. The translation does not have to be 100 words, nor does it need to be polished or “good English”. Just the gist is fine, to put across the idea.

And don’t forget, as long as you are confident that your response meets one of the prompts, that’s good enough for me.




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Welcome to the Seasonal and Topical Drabble. I’m going to be out all day and forgot all about the challenge until this morning, so I’m sticking with scenes from my own life. Of course, if it’s the anniversary of something really big today and I just haven’t noticed, please feel free to drabble that instead!

The prompts for this week are:

A Letter for
(or to or from) a Child

A Train Journey

Family History



I’ll be having a go this evening or tomorrow, but don’t wait for me - if you’re inspired, go for it!

Post your drabble as a comment to this post, and if you have any ideas for future seasonal prompts, let me know by PM. I may also use the occasional completely random prompt if something occurs to me.

The rules are minimal - One hundred words exactly, and be polite when commenting!
You can write any fandom or original fiction, any pairing or none.
You don’t have to write in English if you don’t want to.


Please note that if you do choose to write in another language, I can't promise to comment beyond a simple "Thank You", although I will do my best via Google! A rough translation would be lovely, but is not essential. The translation does not have to be 100 words, nor does it need to be polished or “good English”. Just the gist is fine, to put across the idea.

And don’t forget, as long as you are confident that your response meets one of the prompts, that’s good enough for me.




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Welcome to the Seasonal and Topical Drabble. I’m going to be out all day and forgot all about the challenge until this morning, so I’m sticking with scenes from my own life. Of course, if it’s the anniversary of something really big today and I just haven’t noticed, please feel free to drabble that instead!

The prompts for this week are:

A Letter for
(or to or from) a Child

A Train Journey

Family History



I’ll be having a go this evening or tomorrow, but don’t wait for me - if you’re inspired, go for it!

Post your drabble as a comment to this post, and if you have any ideas for future seasonal prompts, let me know by PM. I may also use the occasional completely random prompt if something occurs to me.

The rules are minimal - One hundred words exactly, and be polite when commenting!
You can write any fandom or original fiction, any pairing or none.
You don’t have to write in English if you don’t want to.


Please note that if you do choose to write in another language, I can't promise to comment beyond a simple "Thank You", although I will do my best via Google! A rough translation would be lovely, but is not essential. The translation does not have to be 100 words, nor does it need to be polished or “good English”. Just the gist is fine, to put across the idea.

And don’t forget, as long as you are confident that your response meets one of the prompts, that’s good enough for me.




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Welcome to the Seasonal and Topical Drabble. In historic news this week we have:

24th February 1981 Prince Charles and Lady Diana announce they will marry in the Summer

20th February 1986: MIR space station launched

21st February 1997 ‘Bridgewater Three’ released from prison

So the prompts for this week are:

Living in Space

Wrongful Imprisonment

Royal Wedding

and in a scene from my own life...

Broken-down Car


I’ll be having a go after the school run, but don’t wait for me - if you’re inspired, go for it!

Post your drabble as a comment to this post, and if you have any ideas for future seasonal prompts, let me know by PM. I may also use the occasional completely random prompt if something occurs to me.

The rules are minimal - One hundred words exactly, and be polite when commenting!
You can write any fandom or original fiction, any pairing or none.
You don’t have to write in English if you don’t want to.


Please note that if you do choose to write in another language, I can't promise to comment beyond a simple "Thank You", although I will do my best via Google! A rough translation would be lovely, but is not essential. The translation does not have to be 100 words, nor does it need to be polished or “good English”. Just the gist is fine, to put across the idea.

And don’t forget, as long as you are confident that your response meets one of the prompts, that’s good enough for me.




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Welcome to the Seasonal and Topical Drabble. In historic news this week we have:

24th February 1981 Prince Charles and Lady Diana announce they will marry in the Summer

20th February 1986: MIR space station launched

21st February 1997 ‘Bridgewater Three’ released from prison

So the prompts for this week are:

Living in Space

Wrongful Imprisonment

Royal Wedding

and in a scene from my own life...

Broken-down Car


I’ll be having a go after the school run, but don’t wait for me - if you’re inspired, go for it!

Post your drabble as a comment to this post, and if you have any ideas for future seasonal prompts, let me know by PM. I may also use the occasional completely random prompt if something occurs to me.

The rules are minimal - One hundred words exactly, and be polite when commenting!
You can write any fandom or original fiction, any pairing or none.
You don’t have to write in English if you don’t want to.


Please note that if you do choose to write in another language, I can't promise to comment beyond a simple "Thank You", although I will do my best via Google! A rough translation would be lovely, but is not essential. The translation does not have to be 100 words, nor does it need to be polished or “good English”. Just the gist is fine, to put across the idea.

And don’t forget, as long as you are confident that your response meets one of the prompts, that’s good enough for me.




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Hello and welcome to the fourth Seasonal and Topical Drabble Thingy; it’s school half-term here which is why I’m running so late with this - sorry!

I haven’t had time to check the BBC site as I was out all day yesterday, so I’m going for the easy option this week and looking at my own calendar. So we have:

Half-Term
[or Holiday in general]

Birthday

Valentine’s Day


(um, better late than never on that last one!)


I’m hoping to have time for a go myself later on today, but don’t wait for me - if you’re inspired, go for it!

Post your drabble as a comment to this post, and if you have any ideas for future seasonal prompts, let me know by PM. I may also use the occasional completely random prompt if something occurs to me.

The rules are minimal - One hundred words exactly, and be polite when commenting!
You can write any fandom or original fiction, any pairing or none.
You don’t even have to write in English if you don’t want to.


Please note that if you do choose to write in another language, I can't promise to comment beyond a simple "Thank You", although I will do my best via Google! A rough translation would be lovely, but is not essential. The translation does not have to be 100 words, nor does it need to be polished or “good English”. Just the gist is fine, to put across the idea.

And don’t forget, as long as you are confident that your response meets one of the prompts, that’s good enough for me.




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dorsetgirl: (sunset)
Hello and welcome to the fourth Seasonal and Topical Drabble Thingy; it’s school half-term here which is why I’m running so late with this - sorry!

I haven’t had time to check the BBC site as I was out all day yesterday, so I’m going for the easy option this week and looking at my own calendar. So we have:

Half-Term
[or Holiday in general]

Birthday

Valentine’s Day


(um, better late than never on that last one!)


I’m hoping to have time for a go myself later on today, but don’t wait for me - if you’re inspired, go for it!

Post your drabble as a comment to this post, and if you have any ideas for future seasonal prompts, let me know by PM. I may also use the occasional completely random prompt if something occurs to me.

The rules are minimal - One hundred words exactly, and be polite when commenting!
You can write any fandom or original fiction, any pairing or none.
You don’t even have to write in English if you don’t want to.


Please note that if you do choose to write in another language, I can't promise to comment beyond a simple "Thank You", although I will do my best via Google! A rough translation would be lovely, but is not essential. The translation does not have to be 100 words, nor does it need to be polished or “good English”. Just the gist is fine, to put across the idea.

And don’t forget, as long as you are confident that your response meets one of the prompts, that’s good enough for me.




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