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    Default Re: Writers' Study Chat and Feedback - Ask all your questions here!

    The poll is open for Tale of the Week 296: Hero of the Hour, you're invited to vote.

    Everyone is also invited to make your nominations for the Writers' Study Yearly Awards 2019-2020.

    [Edit] Tale of the Week 297: Troy is now open for submissions.
    Last edited by Alwyn; September 26, 2020 at 12:02 PM.

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    Super excited to see the next yearly awards opening up! However, there is always one category I find quite hard, namely the Best Newcomer. The reason is that, as newcomers, many of these rising stars are still somewhat under the radar, or only have one or two pieces (possibly in AAR fora that are not normally checked by some of us). Given that, I wonder if the more eclectic readers here (lookin' mainly at you Alwyn) wouldn't mind sharing the names (and pieces) of any newcomers you've come across who have provided good stuff? It doesn't have to be your list of nominations or anything, but just to give pointers to good lads and lasses who are making a contribution and are new to these halls.
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    Yes, it's exciting when the Yearly Awards arrive and I'm looking forward to seeing everyone's nominations. For those who are wondering which writing can be nominated, I recommend Caillagh's Writers' Study Socially Distanced Open Day; after a look at competitions, there's a round up of writing which includes only creative writing and AARs which are eligible for the Yearly Awards.

    I know that you mean about newcomers being under the radar. This year's newcomers include Shoebopp (World War 0), DreamKing (Aed, Circenn and the Sea), The Marble Emperor (The Life of Hierio II and the Rise of the Hieronidai) and kghdodge (Heinrich Kemmler Mortal Empires Campaign), among others.

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    Default Re: Writers' Study Chat and Feedback - Ask all your questions here!

    Thanks to those who have voted in Tale of the Week 296: Hero of the Hour. For those who haven't voted - the poll closes today.

    Don't forget that Tale of the Week 297: Troy is open for submissions, the Writers' Study Yearly Awards 2019-2020 is open for nominations and Caillagh's Writers' Study Socially Distanced Open Day provides a handy guide of writing which is eligible for nomination.

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    Thank you guys for hosting and organising the Writers Study Yearly Awards!
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    Default Re: Writers' Study Chat and Feedback - Ask all your questions here!

    Quote Originally Posted by Alwyn View Post
    Yes, it's exciting when the Yearly Awards arrive and I'm looking forward to seeing everyone's nominations. For those who are wondering which writing can be nominated, I recommend Caillagh's Writers' Study Socially Distanced Open Day; after a look at competitions, there's a round up of writing which includes only creative writing and AARs which are eligible for the Yearly Awards.

    I know that you mean about newcomers being under the radar. This year's newcomers include Shoebopp (World War 0), DreamKing (Aed, Circenn and the Sea), The Marble Emperor (The Life of Hierio II and the Rise of the Hieronidai) and kghdodge (Heinrich Kemmler Mortal Empires Campaign), among others.
    I thought that DreamKing was a newcomer this year, but I was mistaken - DreamKing was writing before the period covered by the current Yearly Awards. I am sorry about this. There may be other deserving newcomers around, feel free to mention (and to nominate) deserving newcomers for the Yearly Awards!

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    I just wanted to remind everyone that there are still a couple of days to nominate for the Writers' Study Yearly Awards! But there really are only a couple of days! So far there have only been three people putting up nominations, and I feel that we as a group can do much better than that. So take the time today or tomorrow and put together a post nominating your favorite AARs, Creative Writing pieces, and newcomers to the WS ranks! Everyone who posts here puts work into what they do, and those you like deserve the honorable mentions!
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    Well said Kilo, and the deadline for nominations has been extended by a week, so there's still time. Thanks to everyone who posted nominations so far.

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    Default Re: Writers' Study Chat and Feedback - Ask all your questions here!

    Thanks to everyone who nominated writing for the Writers' Study Yearly Awards.

    The Yearly Awards polls are now open, everyone is invited to vote. Meanwhile, in the Artists' Studio, the Picture of the Year competition is happening and you're invited to vote there, too.
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    Hey all, it's been a while!

    How's everyone doing? How's the year been treating you all?




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    Default Re: Writers' Study Chat and Feedback - Ask all your questions here!

    All things considered not too shabby tbh. Expecting a new baby boy into the family (not mine but my sister's) very soon so that's exciting. I'll also hopefully have a job soon. 2020 wasn't very good allround without any festivals or concerts or partying with friends but 2021 looks like it's going to be much better from a personal standpoint.

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