Here is a short list of: Frequently Asked Questions.
How will my work be approved?
After you send us your work at firstname.lastname@example.org or at the Submit Your Work section from the website, we will revise it and send you a message (from the contact information you left when sending in your work).
You will receive a message even if your work did not get approved. + tips on how to improve & reasons why it got rejected
We will take in consideration:
The overall content and theme of the work
It’s originality (Plagiarism is not allowed)
The flow of the work
What criteria is taken into consideration when approving a work?
Quality over quantity. The work that you are sending us needs to be suitable for a larger audience and to inspire someone who is reading it.
What type of topics can I send?
All kinds of topics: health, informational, memoir, business. That’s the beauty of #WriteTOTell Magazine. It has EVERYTHING!
Can I add quotes in my work? Can I add images to my work?
As long as you are giving the source from where the quotes/images were taken from, sure.
The images will need to be uploaded either in Google Drive or Dropbox and send via a link.
In case the images / quotes are made by you : double thumbs up!
What if I want to keep my work anonymous?
If you want to keep your work anonymous you should mention this detail in the email/message.
Do you have other questions?
Please sent us an email at email@example.com
Here you can also find an interview about #WriteToTell Magazine where I answer more personal questions like:
→ What message would you like to give to our readers?
→ What is my motivation?
→ What are the current issues that I am facing?