Meet Suhana

Meet SuhanaThank you to everyone who voted to help me name “Little Friend”. There was a lot of variety in the voting. Apparently there was a good reason I couldn’t decide between those four names. They’re all good ones! One name did come out on top, though. Suhana received 35% of the votes. Sumita received 26%, Sameena received 24%, and Shaila received 15%.

So, I’d like to introduce you to Suhana. Abandoned at her orphanage as a baby, Suhana is a quiet soul who keeps mostly to herself and doesn’t talk much. She spends most of her time trailing the older girls who are in charge of caring for her. The orphanage director considers her an odd duck and often apologizes for her reclusiveness when missions teams visit the orphanage. Few people recognize Suhana’s intelligence and power of observation. She misses very little that goes on at the orphanage. When main character Tyler James (aka TJ) arrives at her orphanage, Suhana watches as separates from the other members of the missions team. To everyone’s surprise, she attaches herself to him and soon has him wrapped around her little finger. He becomes her protector just when she needs one the most.

Thirty-four people responded to the Help Me Name “Little Friend” survey. Of those 34 people, I know who 7 of you are.

rfojc
Ella
Hanna R
Lisbeth
Jennifer Sauer
Spencer R
starshining4ever
OnionTea

If you voted and your name is not on this list, leave a comment so I can add your name to the list. Known participants have been awarded one point. Points can be used to purchase prizes in the Story Shop. That’s right! My exciting project to get you all involved in my stories and award prizes for participation has been launched! Please hurry and check out the Story Shop and let me know what you think. Do you have any ideas for what you’d like to see as prizes in the shop? Let me know! And keep your eyes out for the next Story Friends activity.

Also, the My Books page is freshly updated. Check that out too! 🙂

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4 Comments

  1. I voted for Suhana too! 😀

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  2. This story sounds good. I’d like to read it someday! 🙂

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