Here were the last few entries, enjoy! We announce the winners on Friday!
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Check out the entries below the cut…
“A Little Bit of Advice” by Emily Polvado!
In this little Fan Fiction, Bea takes Liz’s advice to “talk to someone.” Here’s an excerpt:
“Beatrice sat in a chair, looking around the small waiting room of the psychiatrist’s office. The room itself was in a hallway, all a part of the same building, and all the doors looked like on the outside, so it took her and her mother a while to find the right door to see the doctor in question. Dr. Ostreicher was the man Beatrice was to see to help her with her dreams, or her “manifestations of anxiety” as her mother called them. She and her mother sat across from each other. Her mother was reading an outdated issue of Home & Garden with the address conspicuously cut out. Romantic era Compositions played through the small area, giving background music to Beatrice’s musing. She could hear the small growls of the black standard poodle kept behind the secretary’s desk, which she couldn’t help but think strange because one doesn’t usually associate animals with waiting rooms. Either way, Beatrice’s eyes kept lingering towards the door behind the secretary, the door which lead to the doctor, and which also lead to quite possibly the future of her dreamtime adventures.”
“He’s Not a Pirate!” by Karly-Berri!
This is a little “What If” John started asking questions to Bea about why she’s been acting so weird!
And a Possible Ending story by Miki, about the end of the school year before the kids go off to college! Here’s an excerpt:
“Beach bonfire was their tradition. Every summer since seventh grade, it was their way of bidding a year good bye. It seemed right that it should be the place they parted ways with each other, Bea thought. Then she quickly shook her head. No, it wasn’t like they wouldn’t see each other again. They’ll always be friends, and had promised each other to meet up during breaks.
Like always it was fun. Few other friends were able to make it and together they turned up the beat and partied like there was no tomorrow. John turned up, pleasantly surprising Liz, who didn’t expect him till tomorrow. Even Ben was able to make it, driving down from his college for 4 hours. Liz and Yvette nudged Bea in the side and smiled. But Bea felt guilty in not being able to give the welcome he deserved. It wasn’t a bad break up, and they left the relationship with mutual understanding that long distance was too difficult for either. Bea knew she wasn’t as upset as she should’ve been.”
And “Jacob and Rachel” by Brittany Tomick!
This is inspired by Alan’s famous biblical pick up line.
“Bea & Alan” by Amber!
Thanks for all the amazing entries this year!
Winners announced soon!