My, these months just pass by in a flash, don't they? It's already a new month, so let's get to what you were all waiting for! Fanfiction of the Month, of course!
Every month, we go through the forum's Writing Board and on the first Monday, we will choose the story we think is most deserving of the award. Winners will receive this beauty.
To qualify, simply post any fanfictions relating to the Mother-series on the Writing Board. It can be poems, stories, whatever! All I ask is that you be sure to include a title! Even submissions to the Monthly Prompt Post will be looked at! Don't forget to proofread!
Once again, we're going back a bit to an entry posted a few months ago, simply because it was deserving of this award and I didn't want to skip over it.
This month's winner is LadyTe with "Once Upon a Time"!
Mary, a queen beloved by her people, falls into a coma-like state and witnesses a vision of her grandson. When she awoke, though the dream was hazy in her mind, she asked her husband and son to go to America to help the child. The queen blesses those accompanying her husband with pieces of a melody, in hopes to aid her grandchild, but it comes with a price.
The Writing board has always been one of my favorite parts of the site, and this story is an example of why. Every part of the board contains gems and this one happened to be hidden in a past theories topic. I don't know how many of you look through the full extent of the board, but every now and then, you'll find golden nuggets like this tucked away. This piece is very well written and not only does the author have you viewing the suffering of the protagonist, but at the same time, we know it's necessary.
If you haven't read it yet, please do take the time to look it over. LadyTe is an incredibly skilled writer and I always look forward to see what she posts next.
Congratulations, LadyTe! I really did enjoy this story and hope we see more of you and your work on the Writing board in the future. Enjoy your new badge!
Again guys, keep at it! All the submissions were wonderful and I really have a great time reading them!
If anyone has any questions or concerns, feel free to comment or simply drop me a line.