On February 15, 2022, Singapore-based online literature platform Dreame announced the launch of the writing competition titled “Love Story”.
The total prize pool for the contest is $219,000, with the top prize being $60,000, making it the largest prize pool ever for a serial web fiction contest.
According to the team, applicants must be signed after January 1, 2022 and have an updated word count of at least 200,000 words by November 15, 2022. All winners will be announced within two months of the end of the contest.
“This is a limitless love story contest. All stories such as werewolves, billionaires, royal romance, etc. are all eligible for the competition,“says their spokesperson.
“As part of the competition, Dreame will offer special writing tips to participants so that they can continuously improve their work. This competition is designed to inspire authors to create impressive original stories.“
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Due to rapid advancements in technology, many people now prefer to read books on the Internet. Reading novels online has become much more convenient with the wide variety of online reading platforms available to readers.
“We enable readers to read a wide range of novels online on their favorite devices from anywhere. Online reading services are also ideal for readers who don’t want to buy or carry physical books,“says their spokesperson.
“In today’s digital world, online readers, not publishers, determine which stories are marketable and newsworthy.“
Dreame is proud to be a pioneer in the online literature industry, accumulating over 300,000 books in over 20 languages and aims to further develop the Dreame platform to become a global pan-entertainment leader in the future. close.
Alan Fu launched Dream in August 2018. After a month, the readership had grown to over 100,000. In January 2019, the readership exceeded one million. Dreame has also formed a global editorial network with publishers from dozens of countries.
Dreame is available in over 100 countries and regions, including the United States, Canada, Australia, Indonesia, Brazil, Mexico, Malaysia, and the Philippines.