Best of the Beanies - Week 20

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Welcome to the Best of the Beanies, a curation compilation of some of the top stories from this week's Spill The Beans Creative Writing Prompt.

These authors gave us some amazing content, and we would like to highlight them. We hope that you will take a look at the posts and perhaps vote or leave a comment or a tip for the authors.

Our pick of the top stories covered all the elements of what creative writing involves, and is in keeping with community standards. These authors showed personality and took great pride in creating an epic story that got the judges hooked and wanting more.

The Best of the Beanies, in no particular order - they were all so good!

When Coffee Beans Become Something Nebulous by @lordtimoty


The gimmick would be easy; a quick rebrand – no longer was Rusty O’Malley selling the finest Arabica beans in the world. He was selling something far more nebulous: desire.

Creative Coffee by @itsostylish



But, Veracity knew things that most ordinary people just don’t know. I’m telling you that she blows a completely different whistle, if you know what I mean? Before I could utter a single despondent word, Veracity was on about Climate Change, saving the planet and soothing the bones (and if I remember correctly, the thirsty throats) of the poor. Honestly, she was like a breath of fresh air blowing through my plantation.

After the Storm by @lisrl26


Cushion stuffing: Imagine a coffee lover with a small cushion where he can smell the aroma every day, all day long. Although the beans from Dulce's hacienda have lost their essence, a considerable amount of them wrapped in a subtle fabric would preserve the aroma for a long time. Crafts in schools: Incorporate coffee beans into the handicrafts that teachers and students do in schools. Handcrafted jewelry: Offering coffee beans to all the small haberdashery type stores to create a trend in garments such as tendrils, necklaces, bows and more.

The Canephora Chronicles: A Side Story of Coffee Decor by @simplifylife


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I know Mr. Hessington hired me with selling the beans as coffee in mind, but I was pretty sure by now there was no way these beans could be drunk without magic. And let's be honest, there's no such thing as magic. So I started thinking out of the box. How else can I sell these coffee beans, how else can I appeal to the buyers to still buy these beans, knowing that the coffee isn't going to taste good?

An Irresistible Mix by @irvinc


...something happened in the markets, the demand was not as good as the harvest, many orders were cancelled and traditional markets stopped ordering the products. As a consequence, there was a large surplus of coffee that threatened to be irretrievably lost. Time was against Daniel. The last thing he wanted was to have to feed those beans to the pigs.

A Novel Idea by @universoperdido


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"I plan to sell my creation as a product that will reach every last corner of the country. We will have many suppliers, but you will be my main supplier and partner because thanks to you I concretized my idea. You will have more people working with you, I know you will do an excellent job since your lands are very fertile and produce in excess." The idea sounded like a dream, but Benson was colliding with reality.

Misleading Advertising by @jetta.amaya



In our country people love soap operas. If someone died it would be news for sure, said Junior shyly. Are you volunteering? growled Rafael. I mean one of our aunts, for example, continued the younger brother. It's like when Michael Jackson died, everybody forgot about the sexual abuse accusations. I like the idea, Don Lino affirmed. But we can't have control over when people die," said the terrified young man. Don't be so sure about that," said Rafael as he left the room. Do your part, we will do ours - ordered Don Lino to the young publicist.

The Perfect Combination by @susurrodmisterio


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Emotionally destroyed, she abruptly cut off the transmission and went crying to her room, understanding that her high-stakes bet could not save her father from ruin and that she would surely be the object of ridicule of the entire internet for quite a while. However, as a wise woman once said, "there is no such thing as bad publicity."

A Stroke of Luck by @chacald.dcymt


Sacks and sacks of coffee beans piled up. I felt terrible, especially since I was broke and couldn't afford to throw it all away. Among the sacks I could see some kind of plant. I went over to look and they were bright red mushrooms with white polka dots. Had it not been for the fact that they were ruining the only thing left of my heritage, I would have been happy to admire them.

Well, that's it for the Best of the Beanies for this week's prompt.

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 2 months ago  

Thank you so much.

 2 months ago  

You're very welcome.
We do appreciate great content here and we're happy to showcase it:)

 2 months ago  

Nice work this week folks. Another successful week at Spill The Beans. 👍

 2 months ago  

Yes, some brilliant stories came about this week, and the compilation is an amazing read:)

 2 months ago  

Thanks again for this recognition. See you at the next spill.

 2 months ago  

It's been a pleasure. Thanks for supporting the writing club:)

 2 months ago  

Oh yes, I enjoyed reading a few posts this week and the ideas were great.

Thanks for the mention 😎

 2 months ago  

Thanks for letting your imagination run with the prompts. We appreciate your participation:)

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