When Winter Met Caddie

When Winter Met Caddie

1 chapter / 1455 words

Approximately 7 minutes to read

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**WINTER WRITING CONTEST WINNER** Winter Solstice, avid coffee-drinker and well-read social introvert, is a rather ordinary person. Caddie Treeheart, lace extraordinaire and consulting giant squid expert, is not. Obviously, their paths are destined to cross, and the two girls find themselves experiencing life, loss, and a snowy wonderland in a much more simple and amazing way.
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Cover credit: Hannah Deatherage

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Short Story

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10 months ago Irene Grey said:

Oh my gosh! I wish all best friends met this way. ;) I was so attached to both of your characters by the end! You developed them really well in so short a time. I loved your dialogue. And - can't get over it - your character devlopment. For reals, girl. You've got skill. No wonder this won the contest!

Cheers! ~irene grey