Library’s teen writing winners announced

Did you enter a piece of fiction into the ibrary’s Teen Writing Contest?

Did you enter a piece of fiction into the ibrary’s Teen Writing Contest? If you did, then you had a chance to win some awesome prizes!

It was a tough choice, but we’ve narrowed the entries down to the top three winners!

First place winner is Tristan, with his short story “What Would You Do?”. Second place winner is Emily, with her Lord of the Rings Fan-Fiction, “The Dance”. Third place winner is “Starla”, with her story “Master of Puppets”.

We would like to extend a thank you to everyone who participated in the contest, and invite them to pick up their entry prizes at the library.

A huge round of applause to everyone who entered their work into the contest. We hope to see more of your work in the future.

by Corrie Brown

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