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Looking to hire an editor? 6 questions an editor will ask you

Questions an editor may ask you If you are writing a novel and figuring you will self-publish it when it’s finished, you probably know that at some point you are going to want to find an editor. This can mean a lot of different things, actually; and is the subject of some great posts out…

January 7, 2022
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Fair Use Update —the Creative Law Center

Learn how to make a fair use assessment so you can feel confident creating new original work from inspiration, not copying. I am part of a professional community called the Creative Law Center. Kathryn Goldman, a copyright and trademark attorney, founded CLC. I have consulted and recommended her for many years, and she has advised…

December 9, 2021
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Navigating the Self-Publishing Industry

Finding help to self-publish your book The self-publishing industry is growing every year, and tens of thousands of books are self-published every day! Lots of people do it wrong. Of course, you want to be one of the people who does it right. Book publishing involves many skills: Editing, Design, Production, Distribution, Publicity, Marketing, Rights…

November 15, 2021
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What is the Right Way to Self-publish?

If you’re searching for information about the right way to self publish, you have to filter through a lot of words on the internet. Most of it is written by companies that want you to use their platform, or want you to “self” publish by hiring someone to do it all for you. There is…

November 9, 2021
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What is art licensing?

Can artists be earners? Artists can be earners. You might have seen my Twitter post (@SacramentoRobin) about working in NYC for a day at Capsule Gallery Auctions. It is owned by artists (my clients) who have found a way to earn a living through curation and sales of other people’s art collections. As a creative…

October 6, 2021
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