Wednesday, November 28, 2012

The November Powerhouse

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 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!

20 comments:

  1. Went close to the wire this month, but W1S1 kept me on the straight and narrow. SF short story "If You Could Choose One Day" written and subbed...

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    1. Good job, Simon. And your novel's cover looks great!

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    2. Best of luck, Simon.

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  2. Managed to meet my monthly W1S1 deadline early this month with "The Cost of Freedom" out to Big Pulp for their anthology of cursed Kennedy tales. Had high hopes of making this month a 2fer, but I've got about half of "Head of the Giant" drafted and two novellas plotted out -- so we'll see what December brings.

    Write on, everybody!

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  3. Truth be told, I'm fudging my goals a little this month. I have a story written and revised, but I'm getting a little more feedback before I send it out--I hope within the next few days. However, I have done Poem a Day and sent out several of those poems already (well exceeding my minimum goal of one new poem written/submitted a month), so I think this balances things out.

    Considering I did two trips this month and have done loads of holiday stuff, I feel pretty accomplished. I also had three poems and two stories accepted.

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    1. Still well done, Beth. The Holidays are difficult to fit in writing, subbing, etc. Congrats!

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  4. 4 written, 5 subbed. Woo! :-)

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  5. I’ve had a couple of travel articles published. Here’s one about my picnic in a cemetery
    http://www.worldwildtravel.com/travelstories/96-sweden/319-woodland-cemetery-stockholm and a short story ($) at http://www.5minutefiction.co.uk/waiting.html
    Had a short piece read out on local radio and submitted a dialogue for the next programme. Still struggling with 2 x WIPs.

    I see you have posted a W1S1 logo for 2013 and I am considering attempting a fortnightly, if not a weekly, challenge.


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    1. Still can't add my name to the list

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    2. Hmmm... I posted a link with your blog URL (and my email) just to test things out, and it seems to work. I'm not sure what to suggest.

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    3. Oh, and I like your blog a lot, by the way.

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  6. I did keep up this month, and received a nice surprise yesterday. One of my flashes has been nominated for a Pushcart. I'm no longer a Pushcart Nomination virgin. Yay me. Here's to a fine December for us all.

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    1. Awesomeness, Flash Master!

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    2. Super congrats, Steve!

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  7. I met my goals for this month, writing 5 and subbing 5.
    I had four stories published, one at Eschatology Journal, Every Day Fiction, eFantasy, and All Due Respect this month, so I'm happy about that.
    Also, a story from last year has been accepted and will print in the December issue of Dark Eclipse!

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  8. I did it again. One subbed story and one written (first draft). Not much but something. I do have to stop procrastinating until the last day. I got a new camera five days ago and it sucked up a good deal of my attention.

    And everyone else -- Congratulations on making your goals.

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  9. This month was tough but I still managed to meet my W1S1 goals in addition to completing NaNoWriMo.

    I wrote a handful of poems via the November Poem-a-Day challenge and I submitted eight different pieces to various markets over the course of the month. Yay me!

    And yay everyone else who worked hard to meet their goals this month, whether they were successful or not :)

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  10. Congrats everyone on meeting your goals!

    Sold a story a Cosmos ($$), yay! Other than that, this was a revising month for me. I'm going to claim one major rewrite as my story for this month since it's not the same, which makes it new in a way.

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