Yeah I'm gonna say you should work on your fonts too. At the moment the first (and only) thing you see is the font and it detracts from the photo as a whole, they just seem to abrasive and demanding to me. I think it would be better if you chose different fonts all together and used them more subtly.
The the best advice I can give you when you're just starting out is to keep your focal points simple.
Just concentrate on using one image and work around that. Otherwise you just end up cluttering the whole thing up and your eye doesn't know where to focus. Also, by using one singular image, it also helps you with continuity as well as being able to focus on playing around with the many effects you can create using photoshop.
Take this image for example:
You're immediately drawn to one singular focal point. Everything else is secondary and flows away from the focal. Text is really an after thought. Concentrate on lighting and positioning before you get to anything text related.