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2022-05-01 12:31:59 -0400
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Per the details of the SquidgeWorld Monthly Contest post, here are the winners for April 2022:

Random story chosen:
On April 13th, user rowlet777 posted a work called 【牙渡央】封口 - This is our first non-English entry winner!

Random commenter chosen:
On April 20th, an anonymous user known as "Dan Ker" posted a comment on LindyLou's work The Last Word

rowlet777, Dan Ker, and LindyLou will receive a $10 gift card of their choice based on the contest details. The winners will be contacted shortly.

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2022-04-11 23:41:33 -0400
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If you didn't know, SquidgeWorld.org is on a server in the Pacific Northwest. We quite unexpectedly got 6" of wet snow, which took out a bunch of trees and powerlines. We were down from about 10am Pacific time to 8:45pm Pacific time - but we're back now!

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2022-04-03 11:36:10 -0400
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Per the details of the SquidgeWorld Monthly Contest post, here are the winners for March, 2022:

Random story chosen:
On March 21st, user SaunteredVaguelyDownward posted a work called Supernaturally Good Omens

Random commenter chosen:
On March 31st, an anonymous user known as "120gbs" posted a comment on Squidgie's work Implementing OTW's Code To Build SquidgeWorld

SaunteredVaguelyDownward and 120gbs will receive a $10 gift card of their choice based on the contest details, but of course, Squidgie isn't eligible (because hey that's me!). The winners will be contacted shortly.

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2022-03-01 18:43:58 -0500
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Per the details of the SquidgeWorld Monthly Contest post, here are the winners for February, 2022:

Random story chosen:
On February 6th, user InterstellarBlue posted a work called Someday, the boys

Random commenter chosen:
On February 5th, an anonymous user known as "Lizabee" posted a comment on a work called A Hand to Hold in the Dark by Python

All winners will receive a $10 gift card of their choice based on the contest details. The winners will be contacted shortly.

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2022-02-03 12:10:15 -0500
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Per the details of the SquidgeWorld Monthly contest post, here are the winners for January, 2022:

Random story chosen:
On January 16th, user "read by (kingtysonsworld)" posted a podfic called "The Sun and the Stars"

Random commenter chosen:
On January 26th, an anonymous user going by "Helen Reeves" posted a comment on an orphaned story called "For Those Who Tame Wild Horses"

Both winners won a $10 gift card of their choice based on contest details, though the original author of For Those Who Tame Wild Horses, since the work is orphaned, is not eligible. The winners will be contacted soon!

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2022-01-02 16:07:30 -0500
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Per the details of the SquidgeWorld Monthly contest post, here are the winners for December, 2021:

Random story chosen:
On December 6th, user Vorchan posted a fic called "A Critique of Heathenism's Effects on Mankind."

Random commenter chosen:
On December 14th, user Machwhite posted a comment on a story by Xantissa called Fear of Light

All three winners won a $10 gift card of their choice based on contest details. They will be contacted soon!

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2021-12-24 10:54:01 -0500
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First of all, I want to thank everyone for playing! Many, many people decided to go high with their guesses, while the actual number was on the lower side of the scale. The actual number of words that were in the archive as of December 1st, 2021 was: 215,474,422

Congratulations to EmrinAlex for the closest guess with 219,839,450! EmrinAlex, you've won a gift certificate of your choice worth $50.

Again, thanks to everyone for playing, and thank you for being part of SquidgeWorld Archive!

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2021-12-08 13:21:17 -0500
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aka "Walter screwed something up a year ago and just realized it this week."

So back in The WWOMB days, we had series. Series were a group of stories that told a story - you know, where you group all the stories about a particular storyline into one cohesive thread of fics? Well they exists over on The WWOMB (at this link) but I never imported the series over here on SquidgeWorld.

So that's been fixed.

On each author's profile that has a series they've created on The WWOMB, there's a "Series" link on the left hand side of their authorpage that now has a number next to it. If you click on the "Series" link in their profile page, it'll take you to the series that the author created either since they've been on SquidgeWorld Archive, or as imported today from The WWOMB.

Questions? Let me know!

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