Brenda, great job! How did you get such a spooky shot?
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Ha! Guess it would be nice if I signed into the right account before I posted so you don't think I'm a random stranger. Not that those are awful unless they're stalkers. Anyway, I was trying to say that you ought to start your own internet stock photography shop because your landscapes are beautiful. Then you could sell them to other people to put on the covers of their books.
The spooky part was tricky, but fun.Thanks, Becky. If only I knew how.
Congratulations, Brenda! Your photography is awesome and your mystery story cover is perfection--I LOVE it!! Any further news about your new book?
Wow. What a cool, spooky photo. Where was it taken? That's the perfect picture for the cover.Now, I wish I had submitted something. Rats. And I had the perfect story that's a little spooky. Darn it!!!!!!!!!!!!! Is this an annual publication? Who is the publisher?Becky has a great suggestion. My daughter has posed for several stock photography shots for different companies. I'll see if she knows anything about it. She may not since she's the model and not the photographer. I bet you could just Google stock photography and find one where you could submit your photos for a fee. Maybe they pay you each time a company or individual uses one. Not sure. Check it out, though. Might be a great income stream...
That's a thought, Beth. Mysteries of the Ozarks is compiled by Ellen Gray Massey. They are publishing Vol. IV this fall, and I will have a story in it. They got so many entries they had to publish two volumes this year. But entries are closed for this year. I'll let you know about the next one.