Our website supports third-party login, so you can use your Facebook, Twitter or Google accounts to register.
Upload your story: After registering and logging in, click on the “Create” button on the home page. This will take you to the Author’s Centre where you can upload your story.
Revise your story: Any section of your story that needs revision can be done so in the Author’s Centre. After making your revisions, it may take 30 to 60 minutes for the changes to appear on the front end webpage.
Delete your story: You can delete the whole book by the Delete button in the Author’s Centre.
This problem is usually a result of authors having already deleted their stories. Since the website will take a while to update after a deletion, readers may still see links to stories that no longer exist. After clicking these links, readers will be redirected to the home page. In some cases this issue can be caused by problems with the website. If this happens, please promptly contact our website technicians.
Dreame’s Signed Writers Program is a payment plan in the hope of motivating and rewarding aspiring novelists and helping expose them to a wider audience.
Uploading your works on Dreame and updating regularly. If your works are good enough, we may consider signing you. You are also welcome to approach us and put your works forward.
Please send an outline of your story, along with a 1,000+ words sample (you may also attach links to your other works or achievements) to email@example.com.
*Dreame promises to maintain confidentiality of all outlines and samples it receives.
In addition to requiring authors to regularly update their works to an agreed standard, Dreame’s contract also states the following:
Dreame and interested authors engage in preliminary communication.
In accordance with Dreame’s requirements, interested authors provide a synopsis for the signed work, along with a sample manuscript.
The Dreame editorial team has a meeting to review the interested author’s signed work and votes to accept or decline.
After passing the vote, the contract signing process begins; if an agreement cannot be made, the contract is not signed.