Monday, February 28, 2011

Are You A February Fahrenheit Winner?

At the end of each month we're going to publish a list of everyone who has managed to stick to the Write1Sub1 scheme (weekly, monthly or whatever variant is working for you) for that month. This month, everyone who has receives the February Fahrenheit award for their efforts (the name inevitably taken from a Ray Bradbury story).

So, let us know! If you've stuck it out, tell us in the comments and we'll add you to the end of month posting! Include a blog or web site address too if you like and we'll make your entry a link for others to explore.

28 comments:

  1. Count me in! Another 4 short stories written/subbed this month, plus some tweet-tales and haiku. Thank you, Mr. Bradbury.

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  2. I wasn't as productive as I wanted to be this month because I suddenly had to move, but I got those four stories done and out, bringing my total for the year to twelve.

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  3. Yep. I'm in. 2 stories written, 2 stories out to meet my monthlyx2 goal, plus an extra story written for good measure. A bit of insurance, if you will.

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  4. Managed six stories written and subbed in February as well as four tweet-sized tales. Two of which were accepted by Seedpod and Folded Word respectively.

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  5. I am :) This month was really rough for some reason. It felt like I was *much* further in than just 2 mos. :P But I'm ready to start March. Ready for something new for the Write1Sub1 Monthly.

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  6. I met my write 1/sub 1 per month goal, and exceeded it.

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  7. So far so good! Keep those reports coming. On Wednesday I'll post the Fahrenheit Winners.

    For the record, I managed to get the quota in, though I had to shift strategies to do it. More flashes and fewer long stories for now.

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  8. I met and slightly exceeded my W1S1 weekly goal. Made 4 submissions this month, wrote 5 new stories and heavily revised an old one. Ready for March!

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  9. Four stories written in February (13,000 words total!) Eight submissions.

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  10. Four stories written, but I'm short a submission. >Sigh< Dratted vacation!

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  11. Yay, still on track. Got to stop writing so much flash.

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  12. Nope, I trying to get a story done this week and sent off, but I've been poorly for the past two. :O/. Congrats to all those who are still on track. :O)

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  13. Yep, just at the last post last night I subbed my fourth piece - so on target so far!

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  14. So far, so good.
    One submission, one rejection in February.
    Hope it's not a trend--the rejection I mean.
    donna v.
    http://donnasbookpub.blogspot.com

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  15. So far I'm staying on track (2 in, 2 out). Still hoping to bump myself up to the weekly version, but have a sneaky suspicion it won't be happening in March, either.

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  16. I met my write 1/sub 1 monthly goal :)

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  17. same here, done the monthly sub quota

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  18. I'm good for Light Ray! Two for January, one for February. Let's see what March brings... :)

    http://madelinemora-summonte.blogspot.com/

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  19. I am! I've made the weekly quota, though I couldn't have done it without twitter fiction :)

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  20. Great turnout so far.

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  21. Yay, I did it! Six written and four subbed.

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  22. Wrote and subbed nine in Feb

    Thank goodness for poetry, is all I can say!

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  23. Subbed 1 in February!

    Wrote only half a story, though.

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  24. I'm up to date with the weekly plan so far.

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  25. Yep, kept up in Feb : 2 short stories, 5 flashes, 9 Twitters stories, 20 poems.

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  26. I'm stuck it out, doing the Light Ray option. I've met the January and February goals. No acceptances yet, but most of my focus is on the novels right now.

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  27. Why yes--a January Juggernaut, and now a February Fahrenheit winner! I'm on Light Ray and put out twice my goal amount. :)

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  28. Way too late for Wednesday, but yes, I successfully wrote and submitted for each week. Success!

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