Wednesday, October 26, 2011

It's The "October Country" Award!

Are YOU an "October Country" winner?

At the end of each month here at Write1Sub1, we publish a list of everyone who has managed to stick to the challenge : whether weekly, monthly or whatever variant is working for you.        

This month, everyone who has done so receives the October Country Award (in honor of Ray Bradbury's first collection of short stories).

So if you've met your W1S1 writing goals during the month of October, just add your name and blog URL to the linky widget below.




And if you've had something W1S1-related published this month that you're particularly proud of, add its title and URL to the widget as well, and we'll be sure to check it out!


BLOGFEST RULES: Visit all of the participants above and give them each a virtual slap on the back for their success this month. Then visit their published works, and leave a comment if possible. Well done, everybody!

17 comments:

  1. Onward and upward, everybody!

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  2. Yep, keep on writing all!

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  3. I added the link to the STORIES FROM THE HEARTH anthology from Woodland Press. It features one of my W1S1 stories from March.

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  4. Hi folks!

    I wrote, I subbed, I sold :)

    I got stories accepted by Comets and Criminals (Yay!), and Eschatology. The Eschatology story is scheduled for publication on the second of November.

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  5. Well, yes, thanks to MudSpots, I can legitimately say I'm up for October.

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  6. I've only just come across this - will you be running the challenge next year as I'd like to join in if you do.

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  7. Whoo hoo! I've reached double digits in my W1S1 Successes. "Alone?" over at One Forty Fiction makes 10. :)

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  8. I actually managed to meet my W1S1 goal for October. Wrote a story for the Attic Toys anthology and subbed it. Woo hoo!

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  9. I made it through October. You gals/guys are truly an inspiration. Here's to a successful November!

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  10. Patsy,

    Definitely - we'll be posting details about next year soon.

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  11. I had a crazy October doing a challenge to write a flash story a day. I thought I'd churn out just crap, but quite a few of them are actually usable! I'm looking forward to a break in November though.

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  12. Well, I wasn't going to even try this month because I was getting ready for NaNo. Then I was walking out to get the mail and wondering if the local rabbit had had much trouble due to the latest snow storm. Rabbits led to smeerps and I had an idea for a flash piece. Wham, bam and it was written and subbed.

    Of course by this time I was supposed to have a detailed, scene by scene outline ready for NaNo but instead I have a list of chapters. Still better than nothing and the end is no longer a deus ex machina ending. Whooo

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  13. Alas - I got close, but in the last week depression hit and I didn't finish in time. I'm still shooting for the end of this week, and then it's November!

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  14. Another month down! Congrats, everyone. I'll be around for blog-pats tomorrow. Happy Halloween!

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  15. Thanks - will 'see' you next year then.

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  16. Story acceptance from Pulp Modern, to be pubbed in autumn 2012. Review of a le Carre novel pubbed in our regional paper. Seven stories were subbed in October, w/ three rejections. Things are movin' right along.

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  17. Argh, late again. I finished a long story that I wanted to finish in September but bled into October. I also wrote a flash piece.

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