Posts Tagged: Copyright

Too Stupid not to Share with you
February 21, 2014
                                                         Via: Flickr As most of my readers know I’m a fathful follower of The Passive Voice, in my opinion the best website out there for self-publishers. A little background. TPV is run by a lawyer who’s wife writes Historical Romance. He describes himself as “an attorney who works with contracts – negotiating them, writing them, analyzing them and […]
Why should I treat my self-publishing as a business?
October 21, 2012
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                                                                                              Via: Flickr Run your self-publishing efforts as a business. You’ve probably heard this many times before, but why does it get said so often? Lately I’ve seen several people ignoring this advice and I don’t understand why. Some are […]
Copyright; how do I actually do it?
October 12, 2012
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If you’re like me you intend to have your books available world-wide. With that in mind you’ll need to know a few things about copyright. I’ve been considering a blog post on copyright for some time as it’s one of the major steps in the process. Its also very important, too important to just devote a few lines to. However, covering everything that really needs to be covered would take more space than a blog post should. It’s also A) been done already, and B) done […]