Hello SErs. Harmony here 🙂 Today, I'd like to take a look at designing a book cover for your latest master piece while ensuring you don't break one of the many copyright rules. Whether you make the cover yourself or hire a designer, a good chance exists that you'll use a stock image for it. … Continue reading Are You Legal?
Hello, SEers! Mae here, tossing out a question about copyright. Do you, or don’t you? We all know that from the moment we create an original work, it belongs to us. Should it stray elsewhere, proving ownership is another matter. Yes, your work is “out there” on Amazon with a date stamp, but is that … Continue reading Copyright: Yae or Nae
Making choices self-publishing choices can feel like throwing darts blindfolded. With all the changes to publishing in the last decade or so it gets even more confusing. For instance, now there are opportunities with hybrid publishers which can open more doors for authors and leave them more perplexed than ever. When indie-publishing really took off, … Continue reading Throwing Darts Blindfolded & Author Considerations
Hello SErs! Happy Wednesday to you. I love this mid-week point when you turn the corner toward the weekend, lols. Near the end of September, I posted about a programme I was beta testing. Well, as promised, I have up-to-date information for you, as the programme has now launched. That software is called Blasty. Here … Continue reading Blast It, Again!
Hello SErs! Harmony here 🙂 I hope this finds you all well. Today, I wanted to move away from my usual focus on words and look at, instead, book covers. I have taken a liberty and used something I wrote for a magazine a while ago. I hope you'll bear with me both on the … Continue reading Judging a book by its cover