The SQUEE GOOD NEWS Thread

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Re: The SQUEE GOOD NEWS Thread

Post by stephmcgee » January 26th, 2011, 11:54 am

bcomet wrote:Congrats! Steph McGee!

And Mudpuppy!
Thanks everyone!

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Post by Claudie » February 7th, 2011, 9:02 pm

Joining in with everyone on the "congrats steph and mudpuppy".

Now I have my own brand of good news, though it's not concrete at all. It's just a little something that makes me excited to bugger up all my study for tomorrow's exam and makes me want to dance all night.

I have this character who's been stuck in my head for longer than I've even been writing. He's twisted and complex and hard to do and awesome, and I've done multiple RPG games with him. I know him almost better than I know myself, but no matter how much I looked at his main story, I could not see the end. This very much frustrated the writer in me. I could not reach a satisfying, knock-out ending for this man's story, and I felt he deserved it.

Weeeeeeell, today was Epiphany Day. I have the ending. I have a few more scenes. It's silly, but I actually feel my life is more complete now.

Yep. SQUEE!
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Re: The SQUEE GOOD NEWS Thread

Post by bcomet » February 13th, 2011, 5:00 pm

I had a poem published today, for which I was actually paid a token but symbolic amount.

A quiet squee good news to share.

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Re: The SQUEE GOOD NEWS Thread

Post by Quill » February 13th, 2011, 9:34 pm

bcomet wrote:I had a poem published today, for which I was actually paid a token but symbolic amount.

A quiet squee good news to share.
Hey that's a BIG SQUEE as far as I'm concerned. Congratulations.

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Post by stephmcgee » February 14th, 2011, 10:46 am

bcomet wrote:I had a poem published today, for which I was actually paid a token but symbolic amount.

A quiet squee good news to share.
Congrats!

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Re: The SQUEE GOOD NEWS Thread

Post by Robin » February 14th, 2011, 11:34 am

bcomet wrote:I had a poem published today, for which I was actually paid a token but symbolic amount.

A quiet squee good news to share.

Congratulations!!!!! Link?
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Post by Margo » February 14th, 2011, 11:52 am

Robin wrote:
bcomet wrote:I had a poem published today, for which I was actually paid a token but symbolic amount.

A quiet squee good news to share.

Congratulations!!!!! Link?

Yeah, no fair not sharing! We wanna see too!
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Re: The SQUEE GOOD NEWS Thread

Post by Guardian » February 14th, 2011, 12:07 pm

bcomet wrote:I had a poem published today, for which I was actually paid a token but symbolic amount.
Congratulations! And please, share the link. We're curious. :)

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Re: The SQUEE GOOD NEWS Thread

Post by bcomet » February 14th, 2011, 3:45 pm

Aw, thanks, Quill, Steph, Robin, Margo, Guardian :-D

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Re: The SQUEE GOOD NEWS Thread

Post by Claudie » February 14th, 2011, 4:03 pm

bcomet wrote:Aw, thanks, Quill, Steph, Robin, Margo, Guardian :-D
I see no link! We demand a link! (and congrats!)
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Re: The SQUEE GOOD NEWS Thread

Post by Emily J » February 14th, 2011, 5:47 pm

congrats bcomet that is awesome!!!!

And I second (quadruple?) the link request!

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Re: The SQUEE GOOD NEWS Thread

Post by bcomet » February 14th, 2011, 6:04 pm

Thanks Claudie and Emily and you all.

And now my shy button is really blushing red while my nom de plume is hiding behind that little curtain.

Having you all on this forum is awesome support and camaraderie. Thanks.

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Re: The SQUEE GOOD NEWS Thread

Post by Margo » February 14th, 2011, 9:12 pm

bcomet wrote:And now my shy button is really blushing red while my nom de plume is hiding behind that little curtain.
Ahhh, you are incognito. I understand. Tis a handy thing to have.
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Re: The SQUEE GOOD NEWS Thread

Post by Claudie » February 14th, 2011, 11:49 pm

Margo wrote:
bcomet wrote:And now my shy button is really blushing red while my nom de plume is hiding behind that little curtain.
Ahhh, you are incognito. I understand. Tis a handy thing to have.
*lauhgs* Yeah, we can understand incognito. I'll just have to keep the congratulations flowers. ;)
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Re: The SQUEE GOOD NEWS Thread

Post by Sommer Leigh » February 22nd, 2011, 10:52 am

bcomet wrote:I had a poem published today, for which I was actually paid a token but symbolic amount.

A quiet squee good news to share.
Congrats Claudie and bcomet!!! I think these are both excellent SQUEE worthy events.
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