Welcome to the Circle C Fan Fiction Site

Read fan fiction about your favorite Circle C characters. Enjoy entries submitted to the various writing contests, as well as have fun reading stories from different characters’ points of view. See timelines, family trees, and a brief overview of the Circle C characters. Over 275 fan fiction stories and counting! Scroll down to see how you can submit your fan fiction to Andi's blog for publication!


Submit Your Fan Fiction

If you have written a fan-fiction story revolving around old or new characters from the Circle C Adventures (or Milestones, Beginnings, or even Goldtown), I would love to post it for all to enjoy. 

Need help with characters or timelines? Click these links:

Carter Family Tree and Timelines >>

Quick Circle C Character Bios >>

Please try to limit your story to under 3,000 words, as it takes me a while to read them and format them for the blog. 

Contact me to send your story >>

Or email your story to CircleCAdventures@gmail.com

Before submitting, please take a look at the following guidelines for sending in a story: (Most of these are common sense.)

1. Andi has lots of friends who are boys. Write any adventure you like including them. However, please keep the modern idea of “boy-girl” relationships to a minimum. That is just not how it was done in the 1800s. Andi can court, and so can her siblings, but keep it within the framework of 19th century boundaries.

2. The stories need to have the CCAdventures characters prominent in the plot line. This is not a short-story site where any stories about any characters under the sun are welcome. Readers enjoy reading about these characters. However . . .

3. It’s perfectly acceptable (and lots of fun) to make up a bunch of new friends (or relatives!) for the CCAdventures characters.

4. Keep your history straight. We readers are not picky, but stick to events that can actually happen, like the right president for the times, or the right name for things. For example, you can send the Carters to Hawaii, but make sure they go by steamer to the Hawaiian Islands and not by cruise ship. 

Contact me to send your story >>