The Public Domain Publishing Bible: How to Create Royalty Income for Life (Second Updated Edition) [NOOK Book]

Overview

Even though conventional wisdom suggests otherwise, creative people can copy other people's work and it is legal. How is this possible? By using the vast pool of creative works that fall into a category called Public Domain. This book shows how the author has built a public domain publishing company on a shoestring, how he has used his company to publish his own writing and how he optimizes his relationships with other publishing entities like Create Space, Lightning Source and Amazon. This Second Updated Edition...
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The Public Domain Publishing Bible: How to Create Royalty Income for Life (Second Updated Edition)

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Overview

Even though conventional wisdom suggests otherwise, creative people can copy other people's work and it is legal. How is this possible? By using the vast pool of creative works that fall into a category called Public Domain. This book shows how the author has built a public domain publishing company on a shoestring, how he has used his company to publish his own writing and how he optimizes his relationships with other publishing entities like Create Space, Lightning Source and Amazon. This Second Updated Edition contains know-how on eBook publishing for the Kindle, Nook and Apple's iPhone and iPad devices.
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Editorial Reviews

Gary Oliver
A must read for anyone who writes. There are a lot of books out there that could be reprinted but are not. One reason being, they've been forgotten. If the book is public domain, it's yours and you can take advantage of the material, the idea, the whole ball of wax.

I like writing; I was interested in what Andras Nagy had to say, so I read the book and found there are many areas I had never considered that were possible in copyright material.

This book The Public Domain Publi
Nicole Langan
Andras M. Nagy is a self-proclaimed gambler. The enterprise described in his book The Public Domain Publishing Bible is not to be undertaken by the faint at heart.

Public domain titles contain initial publication dates before 1923. According to U.S. copyright law, anyone can republish these titles for profit. Nagy stresses that it is imperative to add original content to these works in terms of illustrations, footnotes, introductory material, covers, etc. Otherwise, you will be competi
Gary Oliver
A must read for anyone who writes. There are a lot of books out there that could be reprinted but are not. One reason being, they've been forgotten. If the book is public domain, it's yours and you can take advantage of the material, the idea, the whole ball of wax. I like writing; I was interested in what Andras Nagy had to say, so I read the book and found there are many areas I had never considered that were possible in copyright material. This book The Public Domain Publishing Bible was
Nicole Langan
Andras M. Nagy is a self-proclaimed gambler. The enterprise described in his book The Public Domain Publishing Bible is not to be undertaken by the faint at heart. Public domain titles contain initial publication dates before 1923. According to U.S. copyright law, anyone can republish these titles for profit. Nagy stresses that it is imperative to add original content to these works in terms of illustrations, footnotes, introductory material, covers, etc. Otherwise, you will be competing with
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011824654
  • Publisher: Ancient Wisdom Publications
  • Publication date: 10/7/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 888 KB

Meet the Author

The author is an ex-corporate slave, gambler and speculator. He started an on-demand, reprint publishing business, “Murine Press”. Prior, he had worked as an independent computer consultant for 17-years, his clients included Microsoft, IBM, HP, Sybase and other Fortune 500 companies. He has tried every forms of gambling from Poker to the Stock and Commodities markets. He now writes and runs his small publishing venue from Woodland California.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 12, 2013

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    This is not a bible!

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    Posted October 13, 2010

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