The world of self-publishing can seem like falling down a rabbit hole and tumbling into Wonderland. Here is an article with links to others by Rachael Ritchey to help make the ‘fall’ a little less jarring.
~Dream. Imagine. Believe. Do. CONQUER!
This is the fifth article in the series: How Not to Get Overwhelmed with Indie Publishing. Below is the list, including links to the subjects we’ve already covered. Today’s topic is Copyright. We’ll be focusing on US, though, because that’s where I live. It will be purely informational since copyright involves law, and I do not give legal advice.
- Acquiring Beta Readers
- Editing/Editor Considerations
- Book Cover Design
- The Back Cover Synopsis & Author Bio
- Copyright (US)
- Paper & Ebook Publishing Platforms (mainly US)
- ISBN (and bar code (US))
- Ebook Formatting
- Paperback and Hardbound Formatting
- Uploading Your Book to One or Various Platforms
- Marketing Strategies
Here’s the symbol
Here are the codes for various uses of the copyright symbol:
Here’s the definition of Copyright from Merriam-Webster:
“the exclusive legal right to reproduce, publish, sell, or distribute the matter and form of something (as a literary, musical, or artistic work)”
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