Wednesday, November 30, 2011

The November Powerhouse Awards

Are YOU a "November Powerhouse" 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 November Powerhouse Award (in honor of Ray Bradbury's 1948 short story, "Powerhouse").

So if you've met your W1S1 writing goals during the month of November, 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!


  1. Come on, everyone! We can do it!

    We're almost to the end of the year - one more month (or about five weeks) to go...

  2. Only 5 more weeks? Holy cow! And then . . . W1S1 RELOADED.

  3. Made it! I feel like a long distance runner looking for that last kick. Here's to a sprint through December.

  4. Yay!

    I managed to get through the month.
    I did NaNo. Does that count as writing?

    And I had something published this month too, so that's good.

    It was right at the beginning of the month, so it's already been put in the 'Hall of Fame'.

  5. Wow, the year's almost over. It went by so fast!

    I mainly wrote flash this month. Two stories under 500 words and subbed them both. Wrote another flash story, but didn't like it, so it's sitting in the trunk.

  6. "In the trunk" = time-out for our naughty stories.

  7. Ha--"Write1Sub1 Reloaded", I like that one, Milo. :) I can't believe we are down to the last month. I'm tired--but it's a good tired, you know? Bring on December!

  8. I made some progress (though nowhere near enough) on a novella project and finished the initial draft of a new flash piece. Received word on a few publications which brightened the otherwise dismal month. Back to work.