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Crafting The Perfect Copyright Page

As an author, pouring your heart and soul into a manuscript is just the beginning of your journey. Protecting your intellectual property and ensuring proper acknowledgment are crucial steps in the publishing process. The copyright page, typically found on the back of the title page, serves as a legal and informational hub. Below is a…

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Using Song Lyrics In Fiction

I hear this question often — “Can I use song lyrics in my fiction?” I completely understand. Music provides great inspiration for writers. A few lines from “In Da Club”…

Happy July 4th Week!

Or, in the words of the King of England from Hamilton, “Happy Treason Day, Ungrateful Colonials.” We’re off partying like it’s 1776. Drinks up. Grill hot. Sparklers lit! Enjoy your holiday.

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