Copyright [NOOK Book]

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Writers need to know the basics of copyright law to protect themselves, to act professionally when dealing with publishers, and to avoid creating unhappy legal situations. This book explores the most often misunderstood rights of authors, and explains the Fair Use Doctrine.
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Overview

Writers need to know the basics of copyright law to protect themselves, to act professionally when dealing with publishers, and to avoid creating unhappy legal situations. This book explores the most often misunderstood rights of authors, and explains the Fair Use Doctrine.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014112802
  • Publisher: Caleb Warnock
  • Publication date: 2/3/2012
  • Series: What Every Writer Should Know , #10
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 207 KB

Meet the Author

Caleb is the author of the national best-seller, “The Forgotten Skills of Self-Sufficiency Used by the Mormon Pioneers.” He and his wife, Charmayne, live on the bench of the Wasatch Mountains. Caleb is a full-time journalist and has taught creative writing workshops for 12 years. He has helped many students to find agents and publishers for their books.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 12, 2012

    Wowo

    Wow . That was really good .

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 8, 2012

    ~The Outcasts~ (Part Three)

    [~•~] Sparrow's perspective[~•~] (Continued) "Um, I uh..." I sputtered, distracted by his appearance. This guy looked like a kit rogue. I backed up a bit. "What?" I said. The kit looked at his paws. "I... I understand if I scared you. I didn't mean to..." he started. "No, it's okay..." I mumbled. I looked over him again with misty eyes, trying not to cry in front of another cat. "So what are you doing out here?" He asked. Without notice or reason, my fur started to bristle. "Nothing... I'm just... Wow. Seriously. What's up with your eyes?" I had a tendancey to say things without thinking. Okay... I guess I still do, but whatever. I also had hoped to change the subject. But this kit had a scar on his eye for Pete's sake. The rope was explainable though, I figured it had something to do with twolegs. Little did I know that I was wrong about that. (But that's a whole different story, not mine either. So you're just gonn have to deal with it. But if you're really curious, I think this cat is still around somewhere, so you can find him yourself. Don't ask me where. He didn't give me a calling card.) Lucky for me, the kit didn't mind. Well, I think he didn't. It was really hard to tell. He muttered something under his breath. "What?" I said, confused. "Shadows..." he said in a low voice. "What?" I repeated. I had heard him this time but he was being difficult. "But shadows are just dark outlines of things in light, right?" "Wrong," he said. He was so mysterious I almost forgot my parents were now dead, and I had almost forgotten my anger. "Where are you from?" He asked randomly. "Why...?" "Do you have a family? A clan?" He said. My anger and sorrow returned as I remembered. "Yeah. A brother and a sister. We're in a clan," I told him, my claws unsheathing and tearing into the grass. "But no parents..." he added. "You should come with me and my family. We don't have parents either... and about the Shadows. We could teach you about them." I flattened my ears and shook my head. "No. I'll stay where I think I belong." He nodded. "A wise decision. But let me know if you change your mind. My name's Dust, by the way." He looked around. I heard the voices of my brother and sister approaching. "I have to go..." he said then turned to leave. "Dust? But how will I find you..." I stopped. He was already gone. If course Rose had found me by now with her tracking skills. I whipped around to face them. "Who were you talking to...?" Conrad asked, his voice still shaking with grief. Rose's fur was tear-stained. "I... no one," I said quietly. "Let's go home..." We all truged off toward camp, but the trip seemed shorter since I was wondering about the kit and his offer and thinking about what I would do to the fiend who killed my parents when I found him. About two or three miles before we got to the entrance though, I heard a racket coming from camp. I quickened my pace. (To be continued....) ~Mask, aka Snowy

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 28, 2012

    Maybe my resault

    Sophia

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