Thursday, March 31, 2011

Write1Sub1 Month #3 Check In

The end of Month #3 is upon us!

If you're taking part in the "Light Ray" monthly challenge, here's your chance to share with the world how it's gone. Have you managed to write the story you intended? Have the words flowed Long After Midnight, or has it felt like you've been Driving Blind?

If you've managed to write a story and submit a story, shout it from the rooftops. Yahoo! If you've had something accepted/published, tell us so we can add you and the market to the Write1Sub1 Hall Of Fame. But if stuff has gotten in the way of the writing and all your replies have been rejections, let us know that too so we can commiserate! We're all in this together.

Successes and failures, triumphs and disasters, brilliant ideas and insane dreams: we want to read all about them!

18 comments:

  1. Two new short stories written and submitted this mongh. Thanks for the encouragement.

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  2. I submitted this month's story "Shafts to Hell" to Pill Hill Press and got an acceptance for their How the West Was Wicked anthology. I finished editing January's story and sent it out and sent out February's story yet again. Next month's story is already underway.

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  3. Wrote one, submitted and was rejected. Working on another that is about half done. All in all, a good month considering I was catching up from breaking my arm in Feb. It's nice to have two arms again.

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  4. Did it! Wrote and subbed it within a week, too.

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  5. I subbed my Sub1 early in the month and spent the ENTIRE month writing my Write1. I was stuck on the ending up until just a few moments ago. Got it on there just now--and it's done! Whew! Stands at just over 8k. I'm exhausted :P

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  6. I wrote and subbed two new stories in March, and I hope to do the same (if not more) in April. :)

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  7. Boo hoo, not done very much writing lately, but I've got very into daytime TV. It's the only way I can keep my energy levels up for everyday tasks, but once my meds kick in I should be back to normal (fingers crossed) and my muse will return Thanks Milo for the haiku suggestion, too :O)

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  8. Seedpod accepted my tweet tale for 4/2. Hope to submit more in April.

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  9. Donna: Well done!

    Jeff: You da man; Hall of Fame updated.

    Stephanie: Two arms definitely come in handy; glad you're on the mend.

    Leonora: May we offer you the W1S1 Weekly challenge? =]

    Sealey: 8K? Very nice.

    Madeline: Great! Onward and upward.

    Madeleine: Glad to be of service. Thank YOU for your blog's weekly haiku.

    Svanfow: Yahoo! Hall of Fame updated.

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  10. @Milo James Fowler,
    Alas, I'm not usually that productive. The monthly's more doable for me at the moment. But thanks for the vote of confidence!

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  11. So inspiring to see all of us going, going, going! And to see that Hall of Fame list growing, growing, growing! :)

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  12. Hmm--apparently my last two comments didn't stick.

    Let's try again :)

    Got my W2S2 for the month. Hard going at the end there, but.

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  13. Leonora: =]

    Sparklecat: =]!

    Samuel: 3rd time's the charm.

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  14. 2 stories revised and submitted, and wrote a SF flash that's pretty crappy at the moment, but just might see the light of day. :)

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  15. Let's hope it does--eventually!

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  16. Hi, I'm a little late in posting, but I submitted 6 entries to the WVWriter's Contest and submitted poems for consideration to a print Poetry Journal.

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  17. Sounds like you've been busy!

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  18. I'm definitely doing this next month--- actually, I like the W2S2 concept.

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