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Better Safe Than Sued: Lyric Legalities

One of the most common issues we advise our clients about is the legality of using lyrics in their writing. Lyrics are extremely tempting to use in books because they set a tone, express a feeling, create atmosphere and convey … Continue reading

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Brain to Books Blog Tour: Voices Among Many

From the pen of Charlene Diane Jones This poem doesn’t appear in any books but free flows through readings I have done over the last couple of decades. I performed poetry with my poetry partner Linda Stitt across much of … Continue reading

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Universal Harmonics: Guest Post by Josh de Lioncourt

Many authors say that their characters lead their story places they didn’t know it would go. How about a character whose entire personality changed when her author gave her a new name? Josh de Lioncourt’s guest post is an outstanding example … Continue reading

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