As promised, here's part 1 of the first 2010 fanfiction update. Enjoy.
- A Few Years Difference, by Vlora (Part 1): "Too bad you're not a few years older, huh?" said Trent. What if Daria had been a few years older? (PPMB)
- Finn Morgendorffer 24: A Fish Called Tom (COMPLETE!): “Finn, I just wanted to ask you something. You’ve been spending a lot of time at Jane’s, yes?” “Sure, sure.” “Finn, I just want you to know...” “Mom, we’re not screwing. We’re not even dating. We’re just hanging out.” “Well, Finn, surely you can understand. You’re a teenage boy with raging emotions, and an active... well. At any rate, I want you just to be sure that you might think nothing will change if you decide to take things—” (PPMB)
- The Girl with Golden Eyes, by Michellesdaughter (up to Part 4): Jane and Daria sat at Pizza King with their second slices before them. It had been silence but the chattering of a couple of girls behind them. Jane took a drink of her soda satisfied by the loud noise the straw made when the cup grew empty. She finally watched Daria and gave her a nod. “Alright, let’s do this. Three questions.”
- NEW! How to Dismantle an Atomic Jane, by SinisterDragula (COMPLETE!): "God, I still can’t believe I found you lying in her tub with a pirate hat on, singing an off-key rendition of 'War Pigs'!"
- Reunited and It Feels So Good, by Person4 (COMPLETE!): Daria had to admit, if the purpose of a reunion was to make everyone feel like they'd somehow been magically transported back into high school, this one succeeded with flying colors.
- True Crud, by Pinkminx (Part 2 plus prologue): The stocky man that had entered earlier stood behind the three boys. He lifted the brim of his baseball cap slightly and smiled a hollow smile. "You boys think its fun to impersonate vampires?" he asked in a gruff voice. (PPMB)
- Vanity Mirror, by Cornwallace (COMPLETE!): She sits there as she often did. Looking hard at herself in her vanity mirror. Examining herself. Her flaws. Imperfections. Going over every little detail. But this time, it was different.