Category Archives: Running your writing business

Backups May Save Your… Freelance Writing Career

Early last year, at the request of one of my adult children, I began writing our family story. It wasn’t for publication; the goal was to retain some of the family stories and history for, well, posterity. I’d written maybe … Continue reading

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Freelance Writers & the Creative Commons – Copyright Part 3

This is the final post, at least for awhile, on copyrights and freelance writers. The first was triggered when someone asked me, over at AboutFreelanceWriting, what a writer could do if they discovered an article had been used without permission. … Continue reading

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Freelance Writers & Copyrights – What You Need to Know About International Rights – Part 2

Last week I wrote about US copyright law and promised I’d do something on Interntational Copyrights, The bad news is there is no such thing as an international or global copyright that will protect writers and other artists around the … Continue reading

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Freelance Writers and Copyrights – What You Need To Know – Part 1

Yesterday I answered a question, My Article Was Stolen – What Should I Do? – Ask Anne at AboutFreelanceWriting.com and it got me thinking again about copyright law. Of course, I’m not a lawyer and I don’t even play one on TV; … Continue reading

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