I have been privileged to win a few small writing competitions.
During November of 2013, I wrote a wholly original novel with over 51,000 words, thereby making me a winner of NaNoWriMo.
I also won NaNoWriMo in 2014, with the second story of the Obolonk trilogy, The Polymer Beat. In 2015, I won NaNo with The Enigman Cave. And in 2016, I won with the first novel in a trilogy, The Real Hub of the Universe.
In March of 2014, Revved Up became a featured story!
Before the Wattpad website was overhauled, a lot of my fanfiction was in different sections. Here are the best rankings it’s gotten so far –
Before Days #328 Gen’l Fiction #414 Science Fiction
Coffee #58 Science Fiction #300 Short Stories
Concord #239 Historical Fiction #410 Sci Fi
Conversation with Heroes #344 Sci Fi #556 Gen’l Fiction
Crackerjack #301 Historical Fiction #537 Science Fiction
Loving the Alien #88 Science Fiction #403 Gen’l Fiction
My Favorite Things (like kibble) #70 Non-fiction #438 Humor
Revved Up = #27 in Gen’l Fiction & #46 in Humor
Social Media Guide for Wattpad #30 Non-fiction #186 Random
The Dish #200 Short Stories #286 Gen’l Fiction
The Golden Lady and the Knave #70 Sci Fi #307 Poetry
The New Captain’s Woman #476 Sci Fi
There is a Road #425 Short Stories #672 Gen’l Fiction
In January of 2012, Paving Stones Made From Good Intentions won the Pathways challenge.
In October of 2012, Day of the Dead won the Burdens of Command challenge.
In May of 2013, Where No Gerbil Has Gone Before won the On the Levity challenge.
In March of 2015, Colleagues won the Mentors challenge.
In December of 2012, The Further Adventures of Porthos – The Stilton Fulfillment won the Ironic Wish Fulfillment challenge.
In March of 2013, Bread won the Independence challenge.
By default, Theorizing won the crossover challenge for the Summer of 2014.
I enter challenges all the time. I don’t write to win; I write for my own artistic reasons or to fill in gaps in my Star Trek fanfiction. But it is kinda nice to win.
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