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Robbins Library Blog

In The Fault in Our Stars, a major plot point is that Hazel’s favorite book, An Imperial Affliction, stops in mid-sentence. After years of wondering how it ends and wanting to know what happened to the characters, she takes extreme steps to find answers to her questions.

Do you have a book that leaves you hanging in a similar way? Or perhaps your favorite book has an ending that you just don’t like. Here’s your chance to write a better ending!

As part of this year’s Community Reads, we’re sponsoring a writing contest. Submit a new ending or epilogue to a book for a chance to win a prize.

Age categories are as follows:

Adult (18+): 1500 words maximum

Teen (high school): 1500 words maximum

Grades 6-8: 1000 words maximum

Grades 3-5: 1000 words maximum

Up to 2nd grade: 1000 words maximum

Entries will be judged by a…

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