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One Way Indie Authors Compete With Major Publishers.

Media editors often penalize writers who use illustrations or photos in fiction, except, of course, in children’s books. In novels, they consider graphics support “unprofessional.”In the case of indie writers, I believe they are wrong. Here’s why.I was an editor at the Reader’s Digest for many years. We loved pictures with our stories, which were either original or condensed from established magazines. But the editors upstairs, in the condensed book department, shunned them.... continue reading

Woohoo! Reached 50 approved images! I can compete in the assignments!

Hey people,just wanted to share this milestone. The pic on the left is my 50th approved upload! That means I can now compete in the monthly assignments! I guess where all moving forward step by step in this is just a small step in my development.The pic itself is not so special. I got a bit bummed out when they rejected a photo of broken glass earlier, so I made it a mission to get some good shots of a broken window. And here they are!If you have the time, please check out my portfolio... continue reading

Its voting time, be a fair judge and choose the best

Hi,I’m taking special interest in this month’s monthly competition for two reasons, one to be involved with DT as DT has started making money for me, every month I get an average on 75 USD which is fair enough considering my image portfolio. Second my image has been chosen for the competition, one is already chosen and my best image is still under process, I'm afraid that I might lose some votes. I suggest everyone to vote for every selected image. Be the judge of this event and judge it fairly.... continue reading

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