Here they are folks!
All graphics in this post were made by me.
For this challenge, participants were asked to write a fairy tale from the Wizarding World, or any other fandom, or original fiction. To add to the fun, the little Zingarellas got to voice their opinions on the stories as well. The point break down went like this:
- 10 points possible for Mechanics
- 30 points possible for Style
- 40 points possible for Creativity
- 20 points possible from the little Zingarellas
I was very excited to receive six fine entries for this challenge:
To The East (M)+ by @Tanda/Starfeather is a heart-wrenching and heart-warming story of the Weasley family coping with their first Christmas after Fred's death. There are dragons and ramen and Japanese fairy tales abounding, so check it out! (due to the rating, I was not able to read this story to the little ones, but it is a really fine tale!)
The Founding of Caer Sidi+ by @Lost_Robin is a clever tale about the adventures of the Squib Taliesin. He is an unconventional hero, and I really enjoyed how this story built on Robin's Iris Albicans world.
And the Winners Are:
In Third Place, winning three reviews and a link in my sig for a month:
@Shadowkat678 with The Girl and the Fae
"It was a nice one."--Stargazer (age 10)
In Second Place, winning five reviews and a link in my sig for a month:
@potionspartner with Aesop's Magical Fables
"I liked the way the farmer was able to get out."--Stargazer
And in First Place, winning seven reviews and a link in my sig for a month
@CheekyTorah-Lex with Pesky Pixies
"I liked the last line!"--Stargazer
"I really liked that one, it's one of my favorite ones."--Battle Maiden (age 6)
Thank you soooo much to everyone who participated in this challenge!! All the entries were wonderful and it was very hard to choose between them. It was really special to be able to share your writing with my children. They were pretty excited to be part of the process as well.
Winners, please PM me with the stories you would like for your prize reviews. Also, please re-host and credit the award graphics if you would like to use them.
Thank you again for being part of this challenge!