Latest First Lines Video and New Book Arrivals For Authors

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Newest First Lines Video
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If you would like one of your books to be in one of these videos please email your amazon link to darkwhimsicalart@gmail.com

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New Books For Authors

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100 Creepy Writing Prompts For Dark Creatives Print

100 Creepy Writing Prompts For Dark Creatives Print

100 Creepy Writing Prompts For Dark Creatives

Book Three in the series. This book contains one hundred Creepy prompts to help you with writers block or any other type of creative block. Each page has a prompt and an area to brainstorm your ideas for the prompt in the print version. This is the third book in the series.

108 Pages

8.5×11 size

Print Version

100 Writing Prompts

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Novel Planner 2022 A Guided Workbook for writers to Plan a Story, keep track of novel details, and create a word count Calendar to finish your book fast

Novel Planner 2022 A Guided Workbook for writers to Plan a Story, keep track of novel details, and create a word count Calendar to finish your book fast

Novel Planner 2022 A Guided Workbook for writers to Plan a Story, keep track of novel details, and create a word count Calendar to finish your book fast

Store all your Novel information in this handy 2022 planner for authors. There are guidelines, checklists and planning structures for you to use throughout this planner. Make 2022 the year you finish your novel.

– 2022 calendar
– Outline sheet
– Brainstorming sheet
– Character sheets
– Pages for Chapter notes
– Submission tracker
– Style sheet
– Word Count information
– Self Editing check list
– Outlining information
– To Do lists
– Password Tracker
– Print version

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Submission Tracker Logbook For Writers: A journal for authors to Record and track their submissions to publishers

Submission Tracker Logbook For Writers: A journal for authors to Record and track their submissions to publishers

Submission Tracker Logbook For Writers

A journal for authors to Record and track their submissions to publishers
What is a submission tracker and why you need one.
Submission Trackers help you keep track of your submissions to publishers and agents so you can spend less time focusing on the submission process and more time writing. Publishers can take weeks, months, even years to respond. Some publishers never respond. Without a system, keeping track of your submissions would be impossible.

You’ll never be disorganized again with this Submission Tracker log book!

– Record what you sent where and when.
– Record when you hear back.
– Avoid submission mistakes such as accidental resubmissions.
– Keep track of the rejections and acceptances.
– Keep track of when your work will publish
– Optimize your submission strategy.
– Keep track of when royalty payments are due and whether you received them.
– 8.5 x11 size
– soft cover matte

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Writers Keep Your Novels Consistent Make novel editing easy by creating a style sheet for each of your Books

Writers Keep Your Novels Consistent Make novel editing easy by creating a style sheet for each of your Books

Writers Keep Your Novels Consistent Make novel editing easy by creating a style sheet for each of your Books

Style Sheet Workbook for Authors to Create and Store Style Sheet Information For Their Novels. This is a handy way to keep all your style sheets in one place. Easy to take with you on the go, never lose your file again.

– 197 pages, white pages
– Soft matte cover
– 8.5 x 1 size
– 97 style sheets with two customizable pages included with each style sheet
– Never lose your important novel information again

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Congratulations to author Heather Van Fleet on the release of The Liars Beneath!
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New First Lines Only Videos and New Products For Authors

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Dark Whimsical Art
New Video Series I’m Doing For Self-Published Authors on YouTube
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I love to review self-published books. I am also a self-published author. If you are getting this email, you sent me your book to review in the past. But I am sent far more books to review than I can possibly read. It’s a great problem to have, but I feel bad for the authors I have to skip. That’s why I started to make these videos on YouTube.

Watch the video:

https://www.darkwhimsicalart.com/blogs/news/will-i-review-these-five-books-based-on-their-first-lines

Link to First Lines Video

In this video I am going to read the first lines of five books and decide if I would read them or not. It’s a way to show all the books that are getting sent to me even though I can’t read them all. These videos will also help writers improve the beginnings of their novels. They get to see what a reader thinks of their starting sentence.

If you would like your book to be featured in one of my videos, send an amazon link to your book to my email darkwhimsicalart@gmail.com

If you have already done this in the past, sent me your book link, then you don’t need to send it again.

Thanks and enjoy the video!

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New Arrivals For Authors

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300 Creepy Dark Horror Writing Prompts For Creepy Creatives eBook

300 Creepy Dark Horror Writing Prompts For Creepy Creatives eBook

Horror Writers Write Blank Book For Horror Novelist

Horror Writers Write Blank Book For Horror Novelist

Novel Planner 2022 A Guided Workbook for writers to Plan a Story, keep track of novel details, and create a word count Calendar to finish your book fast

Novel Planner 2022 A Guided Workbook for writers to Plan a Story, keep track of novel details, and create a word count Calendar to finish your book fast

Submission Tracker Logbook For Writers: A journal for authors to Record and track their submissions to publishers

Submission Tracker Logbook For Writers: A journal for authors to Record and track their submissions to publishers

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Photography 101: The Rules and Elements of Composition

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Recently, photographer Wenjie Zhang introduced us to the fundamentals of light. Let’s continue our journey through the Photography 101 series and move on to composition. For the next few installments, photographer (and active Daily Post participant) Jeff Sinon takes the reins. Here in part one, he introduces some of the “rules” and elements of composition, and in part two, he’ll offer insights and tips on how to find the best shot.

Jeff illustrates his points with stunning landscapes and nature scenes he’s captured, taken mainly with his Canon 7D, but you can apply his techniques to your own images, no matter your camera or subject matter. Let’s go!

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Rescuing a Photo with Lightroom

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Guest Post by Gerard Murphy – Follow Gerard on Twitter

In this guest tutorial, take a look at how a photo can be saved using some of the recovery tools in Photoshop Lightroom.  In this real world workflow Gerard shows many techniques to organize and improve photos.  Watch as he compares multiple images using a Survey View.  He also selectively improves the image using new tools in Lightroom 5 to make spot adjustments within his image. Be sure to check out the tutorial for some easy to use techniques for your images.

Disclaimer: This tutorial  shows a few ways to improve an image.  Combine with your own skills to get great results.

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Firework Photography Tips

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Article by Scott Bourne and Richard Harrington

Today is the Fourth of July.  A day that traditionally means fireworks in the United States.  While you may or may not celebrate this holiday, summer is a season filled with fireworks.  Sporting events, amusement parks, and national holidays… it’s not a party until something explodes in the air.

We’ve updated our post on shooting fireworks.  These are just basic tips – this is not intended as an all-inclusive article, but rather a starting point. We hope you find something useful here.

1. Scout out and stake out your favorite spot early. Finding the right vantage point is crucial to good fireworks photography. Make sure you have an unobstructed view of the sky. Make sure you have legal permission to be at the place you select for a vantage point. Also consider safety first. Make sure you’re not in an area where the fireworks…

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3 Tips to make your image more commercially viable !

At StockImageBank.com India, we are constantly asking ourselves. ” What would this picture be used for? and again, more importantly,Will this image make money? The answer lies in the conceptual value of the image and its ability to be used by different clients multiple times for multiple purpose. An image of a dockyard even if it has property release may have limited use.

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However, an image of adventure sport ( rock climbing/ para sailing/ bungee jumping .. ) could be used many more times. Reasons ? More conceptual depicting growth, courage, future, direction, independence, fitness, Getting the wiff ?

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Some tips to maximise your shots !

Tip No. 1.
75% of the images selected by our clients are SMILING.
 There is always a place for serious expressions, but those that have concern or gestures that communicate seriousness.

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Seven Things Photographers Do To Ruin Their Photographs

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You’d think that some people WANT a bad photo. While there are no real rules in photography – that pertains to what you SHOULD do. When it comes to what you SHOULD NOT do, well pretty much everyone (except the most pedantic of the pedants) agrees that there are several things you should NOT do. So if you find yourself doing four or more of the things on this list and you’re not happy with your photos, at least you now know why.

1. They worry more about low-light camera performance than they do finding a compelling subject with a nice background – or finding something to photograph that they are passionate about. To all you who are of the religion of low-light I got news for you. You’re traveling in the wrong direction. As photographers we WANT light. We look for it, chase it, pray for it, beg for…

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Be Careful Out There – Safety & Security While Photographing

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In the USA we tend to take our safety and security for granted. But it’s becoming more apparent that’s no guarantee that we actually are safe. A video producer in Oakland, CA was beaten and robbed of his camera recently – and that’s just one example of what can happen, even if you’re in broad daylight and a public place.

When I was younger and traveling with a camera I was robbed in a Montreal bus station bathroom. I had my gear on my back in a back pack and someone hit me over the head while I was doing my business at the urinal. I work up with a sore head and no gear.

On Mt. Rainier, I was accosted by some VERY drunk kids in a 1969 Camaro who took a shot at me with a pistol and tried to run me over while I was shooting from…

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