Runner up! YAY! Thanks Stevie Turner. Looking forward to reading some of the other entries, too.
Once again my thanks go to everybody who took part in February. There was a great turn out this month, but it was hard to choose between all the lovely entries I had. However, I’ve picked one winner and two runners-up this time as I really couldn’t decide between them!
The winner for February is Phil Huston with his very atmospheric story ‘Bobby B- Gator Bait‘. It was very realistic, so much so that I felt I was actually there on that bayou:
I couldn’t decide on one or the other of these for a runner up, so I chose them both! Congrats also to Julie G for ‘Our Bench by the Sea’: https://storytellingdancer.com/2019/01/31/short-story-our-bench-by-the-sea/
And to Darlene Foster for ‘Ghosts in the Attic’: https://darlenefoster.wordpress.com/2019/02/01/ghosts-in-the-attic/
Do take the time to check out all the other lovely stories below, which I’ve added…
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Thanks for taking part Julie. Lovely story!
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