Book Update

A guide for writers with or without published work. A comprehensive resource that every writer should have in their library in order to learn how to publish, promote, and market themselves on the Internet.

Is your book project ready for the next E-Revolution?

Wednesday, June 30, 2010

8 Best Tactics to Boost Sales on LinkedIn

Book and Article Marketing Coach  Judy Cullins

You know me as a book writing coach and also a book marketing coach. That's why you're subscribed to my messages.

LinkedIn Marketing - 8 Best Tactics to Build Book and Business  Sales

This one is about LinkedIn and how it works so well.

You want to sell more books. You want your book to bring you clients. And up until now, you may be frustrated that your present social media promotions aren't working well enough to support your efforts.

I can relate. Before I really used social media, especially LinkedIn, my web site traffic was just OK. Not it's increased 35% each month--just from Linkedin and my blog. They really work together well for building book and business sales.

Many of you who did not attend my teleseminar want the LinkedIn secrets I've discovered and practiced for the last 12 months. Now, it's proven to work. I've checked and corrected it--all in my newest book: "LinkedIn Marketing - 8 Best Tactics to Build Book and Business Sales"

Rather than my words, read what happy readers say...

"With a sea of information to wade through on social networking and social media marketing, Judy Cullins' ebook, LinkedIn Marketing - 8 Best Tactics to Build Book and Business Sales, is a refreshing choice. If you're an author looking for a great platform to gain visibility for you and your book. She outlines excellent steps and shows you how to begin and what to keep doing to gain the most out of your involvement.

Discover from Judy's firsthand experience how to avoid mistakes and set yourself up for success with LinkedIn. You learn how to optimize your LinkedIn profile. This section alone is well worth the investment. I highly recommend this book for any author who is serious about marketing their book."

-Kathleen Gage
The Street Smarts Marketer

"Find out everything you need to know about building your book's visibility with this easy-to-use guide. When you follow Judy's 8 best tactics, you'll get great results in much less time. She shows you the short cuts and gives you links to where you want to go in LinkedIn, but didn't know how."

Marcia Reynolds
Wander Woman: How High-Achieving Women Find Contentment and Direction

Now, you can get this book for only $12.95 at

Book and Internet Marketing Coach Judy Cullins helps businesses get all the clients and sell all the books they want. Author of 13 business books including How to Write your eBook or Other Short Book-Fast, and LinkedIn Marketing: 8 Best Tactics to Build Book and Business Sales.
Get fresh, free, weekly publications on book writing, self publishing, and online marketing at http://www.bookcoaching.com
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SORMAG's July Workshops and Teleseminar

SORMAG July Teleseminars/Workshop 
SORMAG is hosting their teleseminars and workshops for the summer and fall.  We invite you to sign up for a few classes.
Deadline for teleseminars the day before class starts.
Deadline for workshops day class starts.
Teleseminar -  July 8th  or July 15th -  9pm Eastern time 
I Don't Have Time To Promote

Instructor:  LaShaunda C. Hoffman


Most published authors think they don't have time to promote.  However if you don't make time, you might not stay published.  This workshop will give you some ideas that will help you with your promoting and get you back to what you love, writing.


Lecture includes: 

Contact Info


Website/blog Promotion






Online Promotion


Social Media


Using Articles for promotion


Virtual Assistants


PRICE:  $45.00 

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PRICE: S40.00 for SORMAG members
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Teleseminar  - July  22 or July 29  - 9pm Eastern time
Starting An Online Magazine

Instructor:  LaShaunda C. Hoffman


Have you dreamed of starting your own online magazine but don't know where to start?  This is workshop for you.  You will learn the basics of starting an online magazine.


Lecture #1:   Why do you want to start a magazine?


Lecture #2:   What kind of magazine do you want?


Lecture #3:  Do you have time to commit to a magazine


Lecture #4:  Cost


Lecture #5: Blog or Site


Lecture#6  Staff


Lecture #7: Resources

 PRICE:  $45.00
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  PRICE: S40.00 for SORMAG members
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WORKSHOP  July 5 - July 16th  - Online
Building Your Online Presence

Instructor:  LaShaunda C. Hoffman 


This course is geared toward the online newbie or newly published authors who would like to build their online presence.


This course will take you step-by step to building an online presence.


The class is a 2-week interactive workshop which includes three lectures a week.


Lecture #1: Email Address -Email Signatures


Lecture #2: Website/blog


Lecture #3: Website/blog Promotion


Lecture #5: Promoting on forums/groups/sites


Lecture #7: Online Promotion (radio, blogs, promotion sites)


Lecture #8: Using Articles for promotion


PRICE:  $45.00

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PRICE: S40.00 for SORMAG members
Buy Now
WORKSHOP  July 19 - July 30  - Online
Freelancing For An Online Magazine

Instructor:  LaShaunda C. Hoffman


Most online magazines are looking for new content and new writers.  They are an excellent way to break into the freelance market.  This workshop will show you the basics to approaching online magazines.


The class is a 2-week interactive workshop which includes three lectures a week.


Lecture #1:   What is your expertise?


Lecture #2:   What is your life experience?


Lecture #3:   Topics


Lecture #4   Research the magazines


Lecture #5  Query Letter


Lecture #6  Write the article


PRICE:  $45.00


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PRICE: S40.00 for SORMAG members
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LaShaunda C. Hoffman has eleven years of experience in online promotion.  She started the award winning Shades Of Romance  - SORMAG an online magazine in 2000,

http://sormag.blogspot.com  and is the creator of SORMAG's online conference.  She has taught online promotion online and at various conferences.


She is a contributor for the anthology, How I Met My Sweetheart. She is currently on the path to publication, working on a Christian romance and hunting for a literary agent.  In the real world, she is a happily married mother of three.  She works for the government and is a Navy vet.


 The Facebook Guide To Book Marketing
Dee Stewart


The 4 Most Common Online Marketing Mistakes Authors Make  on Facebook & How to Avoid Them & Much More:

  • How to increase your invite approval ratio?
  • The 5 Apps your Facebook Fan Page Must Have
  • A formula to guide your Facebook Activity
  • Facebook Etiquette
  • How to Close using Facebook
  • How to find your ideal reader?
  • How to become Media Candy on Facebook using Groups

Instructor Bio:


A literary journalist and publicist since 2001, Dee Stewart's writings have appeared in Precious Times,  Romantic Times Magazines and on The Master's Artist Blog. Her work focuses on fiction, popular culture, media and their relationship to people who live according to a Christian worldview. She is the owner of Christian Fiction Blog and lives in Atlanta, GA.


 PRICE: 45.00

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 PRICE: S40.00 for SORMAG members
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 How to Edit Your Own Novel - Monica Harris
(class info coming soon)
If you're not a member of SORMAG. Join our community. 
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Would you like to be an instructor? 

We accept checks/money orders
if you don't do paypal

Sell more books on TV and radio -- free webinar tonight by Brian Jud

Free Webinar Tonight
 (You don't even have to pay for the phone call if you use your computer speakers)

How to Sell More Books
on TV and Radio Shows
By Brian Jud
(6:00 pm Alaska Time, 10:00 pm Eastern Time)
Get a free media-training course with information about how to find and contact the producers, and then perform successfully on the air. 
After this webinar you will be able to get on more shows and appear confident while delivering your messages convincingly, through your words and actions. You will also learn how to use memory techniques if your mind goes blank, discover proven techniques to use when taking calls from listeners, and find new ways to improve your telephone interviews for radio shows. You will also learn tips for using body language, gestures and facial expressions strategically and confidently to spread the word about your book.

Tonight at 10:00 pm Eastern (6:00 pm Alaska Time)
Sign up at https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/858097473 
Sponsored by the Alaska Writers Guild
For More Information contact Brian Jud
Brian is the host of the TV show The Book Authority, author of media-training books and videos, and was a guest on over 1200 TV and radio shows
hope you can make it, Brian

Brian Jud now offers commission-only sales to buyers in special markets. For more information contact Brian at P. O. Box 715, Avon, CT  06001; (860) 675-1344; Fax (860) 270-0343; brianjud@bookmarketing.com or go to www.premiumbookcompany.com    

Fw: 70 Percent Royalty Option for Kindle Digital Text Platform Now Available

starting today, authors and publishers can earn more royalties from every Kindle book sold

SEATTLE, Jun 30, 2010 (BUSINESS WIRE) --

Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) today announced that the 70 percent royalty option that enables authors and publishers who use the Kindle Digital Text Platform (DTP) to earn a larger share of revenue from each Kindle book they sell is now available. For each book sold from the Kindle Store for Kindle, Kindle DX, or one of the Kindle apps for iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, BlackBerry, PC, Mac and Android phones, authors and publishers who choose the new 70 percent royalty option will receive 70 percent of the list price, net of delivery costs.

Delivery costs are based on file size, and pricing is set at $0.15/MB. At today's median DTP file size of 368KB, delivery costs would be less than $0.06 per unit sold. For example, on an $8.99 book an author would make $3.15 with the standard option and $6.25 with the new 70 percent option. This new option, first announced in January 2010, will be in addition to and will not replace the existing DTP standard royalty option.

In addition to the 70 percent royalty option, Amazon also announced improvements in DTP such as a more intuitive "Bookshelf" feature and a simplified two-step process for publishing. These features make it more convenient for authors and publishers to publish using DTP.

"We're excited about the launch of the 70 percent royalty option and user experience enhancements in DTP because they enable authors and publishers to conveniently offer more content to Kindle customers and to make more money from the books they sell," said Russ Grandinetti, Vice President of Kindle Content.

DTP authors and publishers are now able to select the royalty option that best meets their needs. Books from authors and publishers who choose the 70 percent royalty option will have access to all the same features and be subject to all the same requirements as books receiving the standard royalty rate. In addition, to qualify for the 70 percent royalty option, books must satisfy the following set of requirements:

  • The author or publisher-supplied list price must be between $2.99 and $9.99.
  • The list price must be at least 20 percent below the lowest list price for the physical book.
  • The title is made available for sale in all geographies for which the author or publisher has rights.
  • The title will be included in a broad set of features in the Kindle Store, such as text-to-speech. This list of features will grow over time as Amazon continues to add more functionality to Kindle and the Kindle Store.
  • Under this royalty option, books must be offered at or below price parity with competition, including physical book prices.

The 70 percent royalty option is for in-copyright works and is unavailable for works published before 1923 (a.k.a. public domain books). The 70 percent royalty option is currently only available for books sold to United States customers.

DTP is a fast and easy self-publishing tool that lets anyone upload and format their books for sale in the Kindle Store (www.amazon.com/kindlestore). To learn more about the Kindle Digital Text Platform, visit http://dtp.amazon.com or e-mail dtp-support@amazon.com.

Kindle is in stock and available for immediate shipment today at http://www.amazon.com/kindle.

About Amazon.com

Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN), a Fortune 500 company based in Seattle, opened on the World Wide Web in July 1995 and today offers Earth's Biggest Selection. Amazon.com, Inc. seeks to be Earth's most customer-centric company, where customers can find and discover anything they might want to buy online, and endeavors to offer its customers the lowest possible prices. Amazon.com and other sellers offer millions of unique new, refurbished and used items in categories such as Books; Movies, Music & Games; Digital Downloads; Electronics & Computers; Home & Garden; Toys, Kids & Baby; Grocery; Apparel, Shoes & Jewelry; Health & Beauty; Sports & Outdoors; and Tools, Auto & Industrial. Amazon Web Services provides Amazon's developer customers with access to in-the-cloud infrastructure services based on Amazon's own back-end technology platform, which developers can use to enable virtually any type of business. Kindle and Kindle DX are the revolutionary portable readers that wirelessly download books, magazines, newspapers, blogs and personal documents to a crisp, high-resolution electronic ink display that looks and reads like real paper. Kindle and Kindle DX utilize the same 3G wireless technology as advanced cell phones, so users never need to hunt for a Wi-Fi hotspot. Kindle is the #1 bestselling product across the millions of items sold on Amazon.

Amazon and its affiliates operate websites, including www.amazon.com, www.amazon.co.uk, www.amazon.deb, www.amazon.co.jp, www.amazon.fr, www.amazon.ca, and www.amazon.cn. As used herein, "Amazon.com," "we," "our" and similar terms include Amazon.com, Inc., and its subsidiaries, unless the context indicates otherwise.

Forward-Looking Statements

This announcement contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. Actual results may differ significantly from management's expectations. These forward-looking statements involve risks and uncertainties that include, among others, risks related to competition, management of growth, new products, services and technologies, potential fluctuations in operating results, international expansion, outcomes of legal proceedings and claims, fulfillment center optimization, seasonality, commercial agreements, acquisitions and strategic transactions, foreign exchange rates, system interruption, inventory, government regulation and taxation, payments and fraud. More information about factors that potentially could affect Amazon.com's financial results is included in Amazon.com's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, including its most recent Annual Report on Form 10-K and subsequent filings.

SOURCE: Amazon.com, Inc.

Amazon.com, Inc.
Media Hotline, 206-266-7180

[Motown Writers Network] Michigan Literary Network Radio Show June 30th 5pm EST

Michigan Literary Network Radio Show airs every Wednesday 5pm EST. Call in number to listen or speak to guests: 646.915.9177 or go online and listen and talk in chat room at: http://blogtalkradio.com/michiganliterarynetwork

6/30/10 Guest will be

  • Jacqueline Chambliss
  • Michael Willihnganz
  • Christina Dixon

Upcoming Shows:

Michigan Literary Network for all things literary and helping to increase literacy rates around Metro Detroit

Upcoming Episodes

  • 7/7/2010 5:00 PM EST- Michigan Literary Network Show

  • 7/14/2010 5:00 PM EST- Michigan Literary Network Show

  • 7/21/2010 5:00 PM EST- Michigan Literary Network Show

If you'd like to be a guest, please be either a Michigan Author, a Literary Expert or you are holding an event in Michigan. Send inquiry to motownwriters@yahoo.com. For more information on The Michigan Literary Network, please go to our website at: http://michiganliterarynetwork.com . Michigan Literary Network for all things literary and helping to increase literacy rates around Metro Detroit

June 30, 2010 Guest Backgrounder

1.  Guest:  Jacqueline Chambliss                        Call-in Time:  5 p.m.

Guest summary:.

Jacqueline Chambliss Bio

Over the past four years, Jacqueline Chambliss has had a strong passion for young adults.  She has transferred that passion into her brainchild, the Youth of Excellence program, where she hold intense workshops and speaking engagements which gives the young adults the challenge to look within to find their inner gifts and help reduce drop out rates from school.   Her enthusiasm to instill momentum and ambition for these teenagers places them in a position to increase their level of wanting a higher education and performing on a higher level towards their chosen career paths. It is her desire to continue writing books that are inspirational, and share her experiences and passion for youth through motivational speaking. Jacqueline is currently a Board Member of Special Olympics Florida Miami-Dade county.  Jacqueline's goal is to touch all individuals, both young and old, whose paths she crosses, hoping they gain some insight while furthering their capacities to learn and grows together.  Born and raised in Akron, Ohio, Jacqueline is married to her high school sweetheart,  Mr. Autry Chambliss, her biggest supporter who she credits for bringing out the best in her as a person. As a current resident of Miami, FL, Mrs. Chambliss is also an entrepreneur who shares a love for the arts, dance and music. While this book is the first, Mrs. Chambliss' passion for writing will bring more literary works in the future.

About the Book Eugene & Mr. Bike:

Eugene and Mr. Bike is the short fiction story of a young   teenager boy named Eugene who lived in a small town of called Owensville. Eugene was born with some disabilities.  Eugene's led on a journey though Mr. Bike to discover the answer to a question why?  Eugene then realizes that his disabilities are his abilities for overcoming his personal life's obstacles.

2.  Guest: Michael Willihnganz                           Call-in Time:  5:30 p.m.

Guest summary:

Mike and Wendy Willihnganz live by a lake about twenty five miles north of Ann Arbor Michigan, with a daughter, one dog, two cats and any number of fish.

We have had the good fortune to spend two vacations in China with our friends Mike and Amy Lee and their families. From Beijing to Hong Kong, on one trip and Shanghai up the Yangtze to the foot hills of Tibet on the second. We climbed the sacred mountains and visited endless tombs, pagodas, historical sites. To that list, one must add unnumbered gift shops and factories -- with gift shops.

Unfortunately, we often did not, in all honesty, know the relevance of what we were seeing. Only after five years of reading and researching did I come to my current overview of the people and history of that vast and beautiful land. I was there, in the former Canton area, as a casual student in the mid 1990s, before I entered a Masters Course in Linguistics at Wayne State University, Detroit. I hope that we'll have the chance to return and revisit China and to see it through new eyes.

About the book:

The China Sand Wedge is a fictional account of four generations of the Wen Family, who lived in "interesting times"  -- the years from 1832 and 1978.

Based tightly on the real history of China, the characters interact with the famous and infamous of the time and are seen in a no-larger-than-life perspective.

The Wen Family starts high in the mountains of central China, in Shaanxi Province, in the person of a five year old peasant boy, scratching his first characters in the dirt. How he gets his education, position and wealth is the second part of the story.

The first part of the story is actually what happened after much had changed to make China the country and people that we see today.

The rest of the book is the Transition from the formal Qing Dynasty into the Peoples Republic of China -- as seen through the eyes of members of the Wen family and told to my protagonist Nick Remos by the last member of that family. Nick is an American technician who gets himself 'Shanghied to Shanghai' and left to fend for himself in the turbulant years after the Cultural Revolution and works his passage out of China by retelling the tale.

3.  Guest:  Christina Dixon                                     Call-in time:  5:50 p.m.

Guest summary:  Dixon is the host of the workshop "Hold My Hand While I Write," to be held July 3, from 10 a.m.-noon.

About the Workshop:  "Hold My Hand While I Write!" This six month consulting class is on Class 3 coaching writers as they finish their writing projects. The first two hours from 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon is filled with information to challenge you to overcome any obstacles that may be hindering you. The one-on-one consultation after each class gives writers the inspiration they need to take the next step!

Michigan Literary Network Radio Show airs every Wednesday 5pm EST. Call in number to listen or speak to guests: 646.915.9177 or go online and listen and talk in chat room at: http://blogtalkradio.com/michiganliterarynetwork

Sylvia Hubbard
Author, Blogger and Founder of Motown Writers Network & The African American Electronic Literary Network

Author of Romance & Suspense and Internet Marketing for Writers & Business

NOW AVAILABLE: Secrets, Lies and Family Ties order your copy now
Coming Soon: Tanner's Devil www.redrosepublishing.com

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

[Motown Writers Network] "HTML for Beginners" is TONIGHT Tuesday, June 29, 2010


Tuesday, June 29, 2010 6:00 PM


7 Yes


Detroit Impact Center
9930 Greenfield
Detroit MI 48227

How Much

Price: $5.00 per person

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Here's what people are saying about this Meetup Group

"Fellowship with kindred spirits is the ultimate spiritual high!"

— James E. Owens

"To facilitate their efforts to connect with others with similar ambitions."

— Carlespie Mary Alice McKinney

Learn more about this Meetup

Meetup Description

Wikipedia definition:

HTML, which stands for HyperText Markup Language, is the predominant markup language for web pages. It provides a means to create structured documents by denoting structural semantics for text such as headings, paragraphs, lists, links, quotes and other items. It allows images and objects to be embedded and can be used to create interactive forms. It is written in the form of HTML elements consisting of "tags" surrounded by angle brackets within the web page content. It can embed scripts in languages such as JavaScript which affect the behavior of HTML webpages. HTML can also be used to include Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to define the appearance and layout of text and other material. The W3C, maintainer of both HTML and CSS standards, encourages the use of CSS over explicit presentational markup.

Layman's term for literary folks:

In essence, this simple coding can be used by writers to learn how to link, bold, italicize and more.

Come learn the basic skills of bringing out the best visual in your text on the Internet! (You don't have to be a writer to come! Just be ready to learn)

Resource handouts will be available - including cheat sheets to hang up! Wi-fi available when you bring your own laptop and computers will be provided for up to 16 students. $5 donations to The Detroit Impact Center at time time of arrival for entrance. Arrive on time so we may start on time please.

For more information, please call or text 313.289.8614

This Meetup Group is sponsored by

Miller Design Studio

Copyright for Writers on the Web -- from Legal Write Pub!

Legal Write Publications
Summer Teleclass Series from Legal Write Publications
Info for writers and other creative folks on the go!
June 29, 2010
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Dear Sylvia,
I hope this note finds you well and in good spirits. I'm writing to remind you the next class, Copyright for Writers on the Web (midday), is scheduled for this Wednesday, June 30th from 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM ET (10:00 - 11:00 AM PT).

Here's what a recent attendee had to say:

"This telecast answered so many questions. It was worth every penny. Tonya answered a particular question of mine. The answer was just what I needed to point me in the right direction for the next step in my writing career. I'll sign up for all of her teleclasses!" - Sandra Allen

This class is an informative and engaging presentation tailored specifically for writers and independent publishers who want straightforward, clear, and concise answers to the most common and pressing legal issues in the publishing industry about how writers can and must navigate the murky waters of copyright when sharing and copying information on the Internet.

In this one-hour teleclass, you will learn copyright basics and how the rules apply when you create a literary or artist work and share it on the Internet.

Topics sure to be covered include:
  • How the law applies to blogging, tweeting, uploading and downloading
  • What is protected on the Web
  • The critical difference between "public domain" information and "fair use"
  • How to protect your work on the Web
  • Some of the biggest myths writers believe that can lead to infringement
  • How to lawfully link to and share the work of others

The Early-Bird discount is no longer available but Regular Registration is as low as $30. Can't attend? No problem! Pre-order the audio for only $9.95 and save ($19.95 after the class). WIN-WIN.

Take advantage of additional savings when you register for class with "book included" and receive an autographed copy of Copyright Companion for Writers FOR ONLY $15!

Take charge and take your creativity to the next level
by becoming a literary entrepreneur!
Register for a Teleclass NOW!

July Teleclass
July 14th
Early Bird: $20*
Regular: $30*

*Add Book for $15

Legal Matters that Matter to Writers
LLG v2

This class is an informative and engaging presentation tailored specifically for writers and independent publishers who want straightforward, clear, and concise answers to the most common and pressing legal issues in the publishing industry.

 Topics sure to be covered include:

  • how copyright is created and protected
  • what is considered a fair use in print and on the Internet
  • what can and cannot be copyrighted
  • how legally to refer to real people, places, and events in one's own work
  • the real deal about the myth of the Poor Man's copyright
  • and the critical timing of when to register your work with the Copyright Office. 

Plus, Tonya will field audience questions during the Q&A. Send your question in advance to ensure it is addressed on the call!

Get this best-selling title!
Foreword by Dan Poynter
Contract Companion for Writers

By thoroughly examining more than a dozen publishing industry contracts, this how-to guide answers the most common questions writers ask about publishing, agency, coauthoring, working-for-hire, and other agreements. This reference breaks down the complex legalese in each contract and provides a clause-by-clause explanation of their contents.

Other Titles in the Literary Entrepreneur Series
Foreword by Dan Poynter: Why is it so important to copyright materials? How is a copyright created? and How is copyrighted work protected on the Internet and in other electronic formats? are among the questions addressed in this survey of copyright law written specifically with the rights of writers in mind.

Our Price: $19.95

LLG v2
Foreword by Dan Poynter: Identifying writers' most important legal issues, this invaluable legal reference provides straightforward information and solutions on how writers can protect their works. With specific attention paid to intellectual property, contractual electronic rights, reclaiming copyright, fair use, permissions, work-for-hire, public domain, textual referrals, and trademarks, this resource provides information necessary for those looking to sell and protect their work.

Our Price: $22.95

Visit our EventBrite Page for more information and I look forward to "seeing* you at one, some or all of our summer teleclasses!
Write on,

Tonya M. Evans
Legal Write Publications

Friday, June 25, 2010

Electronic Books Seminar (Understanding and Looking Into the Future of Publishing) July 22, 2010 $


Electronic Books Seminar (Understanding and Looking Into the Future of Publishing) July 22, 2010 $

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