This week, I’m preparing my lecture notes for the
Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers’ Colorado Gold Conference, which takes place this weekend (September 9-11) in Denver. Since conferences are on my mind, let’s take a minute to review some important do’s and don’ts about workshop and conference-related blogging and social media shares:
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In Star Wars, Obi-Wan Kenobi refers to Mos Eisley spaceport as a “wretched hive of scum and villainy” and adds, “we must be careful.”
Obi-Wan’s wisdom applies to the Internet too.
Regardless of your publishing path, if you write for publication, you should take steps to protect your copyrighted work against Internet-based infringement.… Read the post
As a publishing lawyer, I often get asked about copyright in scenes and settings, and how the law of infringement applies when stories are set in similar locations.
Like many other copyright questions, the answer depends on a number of factors.…
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Today we welcome back
Denise Domning, contributing blogger here at WITS, with the fourth in her series detailing her self-publishing journey.
by Denise Domning
I did it! I made my deadline!
It’s August 15th and the book,
The Men Wars, Book One Men-ipulation, is up on both Amazon and Barnes and Noble.… Read the post
Welcome to another installment of
Sensational Summer Fridays, here at WITS!
Before we begin with the third in our guest blog series by Denise Domning, we'd like to announce the winner of Michelle Diener's debut novel, IN A TREACHEROUS COURT. …
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