The Emmy Awards - HubNugget Style
8:51 a.m. Commentator Enelle Lamb begins the HubNugget Emmy Awards broadcast
What a glorious day! Everywhere trees are beginning to sport their autumn colors, apples are showing their delicious red coats and parents are breathing a sigh of relief that summer is almost over.
Here, at the HubNugget clubhouse, the team is excitedly preparing for the HubNugget Emmy Awards celebration. The guests have been invited, categories chosen, and the nominees will soon be showcasing their wonderful selection of new hubs.
It isn't often that we get a chance to get up close and personal with the celebrities that make the presentations. I know as a presenter myself, I'm absolutely thrilled to be here and I'm terribly excited to see who will be the lucky winner of the HubNugget Emmy for each of this week's categories...I can't seem to stop purring..."
Let's see if we can catch up with Patty Inglish MS...
Patty...Patty...do you have a few words for our voters?
*shoves microphone under Patty's nose*
"I am just thrilled to be a presenter for the HubNugget Emmy Awards! There is so much great new talent out there, it makes my head swim and my eyes bobble on the waves. But then, I always did like the ocean! "
Thanks Patty! Oh! There's RedElf! RedElf, do you have a moment? Our voters would love to hear from you!
*shoves microphone under RedElf's nose*
"It is such a joy to be one of the Red Carpet presenters at this year's Emmy Awards for HubNuggets Excellence as part of the team that promotes new writers. It's often difficult to narrow the field to just a few choices because there are so many great articles being written every day on HubPages, but it's always exciting to discover new works."
I couldn't agree more! Wait...I see Koffeeklatch Gals...Gals, Gals, can you tell us in your own words what this means to you?
*shoves microphone in front of Gals' face*
"I can't tell you how delighted I am to be here presenting the Books, Literature, and Writing category with the wonderful RedElf and and yourself Enelle Lamb. We have such a terrific group of Nominees I'm sure it will be a close finish!"
Oh Gals, you say the sweetest things!
...And there you have it folks! Stay tuned for the Official HubNugget Emmy Awards...brought to you by HubPages.com, the best online publishing company in the business!
Our first cagetory
The first category tonight is considered by many scholars to be exceptionally important when it comes to research and development. Education and Science encompasses a wide range of topics, and the Hubbers in "the know" utilize this category to improve their skills, knowledge and in some cases, earning potential!
*...hands Patty the microphone...*
"America may need more Education and Science skills all around, but we at HubPages have a fascinating group of HubNugget Emmy nominees - domestic and international - in this category, all of whom bring deep research and knowledge to the forefront. They are sure to become known around the world! I sense a Noble Prize in the offing!"
Our first nominees in this category are, drum roll please...
Why Homeschoolers Choose to Stay Home and Raise Money and Promote Wellness with a Gardening Based Fundraiser.
Here to present the next two Nominees is Maddie Ruud...take it away Maddie...
"When I was a little girl, I was told I should pick a good grad school before I chose a wedding dress. Well, I'm not married, and I don't have a PhD, so I guess in my family's eyes just about the only thing I'm qualified for is announcing awards. Good thing we have some great nominees in the Education & Science category..."
The next two Nominees are: Seashells by the Sea Shore and 10 Easy Ways to Prepare for a Hurricane - And Great Hurricane Photos.
Our final presenter in the Education and Science category is Jason Menayan. Although he seldom makes public appearances, we are thrilled to have him on our stage to introduce the final nominees in the Education and Science category.
Our final nominees in this category are: My Daily Struggle is My Labor of Love - Connecting with Reluctant and Struggling Readers, Part 1 and The Human Experience - Time and the Hope of Immortality.
And the winner is....
Which one of this week's Education and Science nominees is your favorite?
- 8% Why Homeschoolers Choose to Stay Home
- 34% Raise Money and Promote Wellness with a Gardening-Based School Fundraiser
- 6% Seashells by the Sea Shore
- 8% 10 Easy Ways to Prepare for a Hurricane - And Great Hurricane Photos
- 21% My Daily Struggle is My Labor of Love - Connecting With Reluctant and Struggling Readers, Part 1
- 23% The Human Experience -- Time and the Hope of Immortality
This poll is now closed to voting.
The Education and Science Nominees
- Why Homeschoolers Choose to Stay Home
"A 10 year old boy in his fifth grade has been reported dead after being strangled by his classmate [11 years old] because of a heated argument"-Baguio City [Baguio Central School] I heard the above news from the television last Friday and was...
- Raise Money and Promote Wellness with a Gardening-Based School Fundraiser
Learn how your school organization can have a gardening-based seed sale for its next fundraiser and raise money while promoting nutrition and healthier lifestyles.
- Seashells by the Sea Shore
Types of seashells found along the beaches of Naples, Florida. Do you enjoy long walks along the beach at sunrise, sunset, or any time of the day? Whether the tide is coming in or going out, a leisurely walk along the beach is relaxing and a great...
- 10 Easy Ways to Prepare for a Hurricane - And Great Hurricane Photos
Hurricanes and natural disasters are no joking matter. Here, you'll find all the supplies and preparations needed. This applies to any type of storm or natural disaster.
- The Human Experience -- Time and the Hope of Immortality
The Concept of Time was indisputable until the discovery of Quantum Mechanics. Based on Quantum Physics, we are living in an eternal Now.
Our second category
Moving right along, our second category, Books, Literature and Writing is a field that all of our writers, both new and seasoned, utilize with great zeal! This category can help all of us with virtually every aspect of writing and publishing, both online and off. Whether you are considering a career in writing, want to improve your skills, potential, or simply want to reach a wider audience, I would recommend you begin your research here!
*...hands microphone to RedElf...*
"It gives me great pleasure to introduce some fine new writers for your enjoyment in the Books, Literature, and Writing category. Books, Literature and Writing is one of my favorite categories. You can always find such wonderful books and articles about cats, and fish, and catnip, and fishing, and catnaps, and fishing rods - and did I mention fish? "
Our first two nominees in the Books, Literature and Writing category are: Why Men Shouldn't Hate Mr. Darcy (and Other Important Lessons from Jane Austen) and Skills to Improve Your Writing.
We caught up with our next presenter, Koffeeklatch Gals earlier, and now here she is to present our next two nominees. They are: Help for Writers, Authors and Students - How to edit your own work, and Most Hated Characters in American Literature...be sure to read and vote for your favorites!
I must say that everyone looks amazing tonight! I do love an excuse to wear a new hat! I am absolutely tickled to present our final nominees in this category. They are: The Contract and How to Write Action Scenes.
And the winner is...
Which one of this week's Books, Literature, and Writing nominees is your favorite?
- 23% Why Men Shouldn't Hate Mr. Darcy (and Other Important Lessons from Jane Austen)
- 10% Skills To Improve Your Writing
- 7% Help for Writers, Authors and Students - How to edit your own work
- 10% Most Hated Characters in American Literature
- 27% The Contract
- 23% How to Write Action Scenes
This poll is now closed to voting.
The Books, Literature, and Writing Nominees
- Skills To Improve Your Writing
When I was writing an history class essay the other day, I was stuck in how to improve how it sounded and flowed. I looked on tons of sites to find ways to help but it was all over the internet. Just a few weeks before that, I was stuck with a short.
- Help for Writers, Authors and Students - How to edit your own work
Editing your own work isn't easy. If you're lucky enough to go through a school composition course, the teacher probably had you rely on your classmates to revise and edit your work. This article seeks to correct that, and to give you a list of tools
- Most Hated Characters in American Literature
Five of the most hated characters in American literature. See if you agree.
- The Contract
If you sign your soul away, is there any chance of getting it back?
- How to Write Action Scenes
Writing action is a lot of fun, but engaging your readers in your storyline isn't so easy. But with the right tools, action scenes can become beautiful scenes filled with emotion, depth, and... Well, action!
Our third category
Our third and final category for this evening's HubNugget Emmy Awards is one that is often used by vacationers, migrant workers and rail riders of all descriptions. Travel and Places is a great category to research your next holiday stop, vacation destination, or even a new place to call home!
With all the different locations at your fingertips this category is a cornucopia of possibilities!
*...hands microphone to Simone..."
"Wow! Everyone is dressed to the nines! The fashion Hubbers will be buzzing about this for days!"
The first two Nominees in the Travel and Places category are: Enjoying a Road Tri Without an Itinerary and Kingdom of a Million Elephants.
Our next presenter, ripplemaker, is the Official Cheerleader for the HubNugget Team, and I can't think of anyone better suited to carry out those duties! Here she is to present our next two Nominees.
Our next two nominations are: Things to Do in Cornwall When it Rains and How to Travel Cheaply (and Never Feel Like You're Missing Out).
The final presenter of the evening is our lovely ladyjane1 - twin sister to Lady Gaga, but that is another story! Bring it home lj!
Our last but never least, two Nominees are: Brighton - the English Seaside at its Best and Plitvice Lakes - Beautiful National Park.
And the winner is...
Which one of this week's Travel and Places nominees is your favorite?
- 10% Enjoying a Road Trip Without an Itinerary
- 13% Kingdom of a Million Elephants
- 9% Things to Do In Cornwall When it Rains
- 51% How to Travel Cheaply (and Never Feel Like You´re Missing Out)
- 11% Brighton - the English Seaside at it's Best
- 6% Plitvice Lakes - Beautiful National Park
This poll is now closed to voting.
The Travel and Places Nominees
- Kingdom of a Million Elephants
Prisana Pipatpan finds plenty to appreciate and ponder over as she visits the Plain of Jars and the old Laotian capital of Luang Prabang.
- Things to Do In Cornwall When it Rains
With miles of beaches, Cornwall is one of England's most popular holiday destinations. But the fun need not stop when the sun deserts you and the rain rolls in. Here are some things to do in Cornwall when it rains.
- How to Travel Cheaply (and Never Feel Like You´re Missing Out)
The worst part of traveling is the damage to your pocketbook. Through my travels and the advice of others, I've compiled a list of tips to help you cut costs while taking full advantage of your destination.
- Brighton - the English Seaside at it's Best
A marvellous long weekend in Brighton - England's premier seaside resort.
We hope that you have enjoyed the HubNugget Emmy Awards as much as we, the HubNugget Team, have enjoyed bringing them to you. Once again we have some exceptional hubs for you to read and vote on! Make sure you remember to vote for your favorite in each category, and be careful on your route home...the traffic tonight is absolutely terrible! Drive safely and thank you for a memorable evening!
Good night everyone! (...and the after-party's at the clubhouse!)