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LIVE: Author Interviews, Young Author Problems, And Content Limits On Amazon

LIVE: Author Interviews, Young Author Problems, and Content Limits on Amazon


In this month's AskALLi Member Q&A with Michael La Ronn and Sacha Black, questions answered include: - If I interview other authors in my book, who owns the copyright to their responses? - Where can I get help with marketing and cover design? - Does my author website need a privacy policy? - Is there a limit to how many times a work can appear on Amazon (in anthologies, standalone, etc.)? - What is the legal ramification of my 7-year-old granddaughter being the author of a book and I'm one of the co-authors? - When is the best time to promote a series--when the first book is done, or when more books are done? Still have unanswered questions? Get answers to the most commonly asked self-publishing questions (+ lots more) in our 150 Self-Publishing Questions Answered Guidebook. The #AskALLi Member Q&A podcast is sponsored by Kobo Writing Life, a global platform that offers authors unique ebook and audiobook publishing and promotional opportunities.

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  2. Young authors face unique challenges when publishing their work, particularly on platforms like Amazon. While Amazon provides a convenient platform for self-publishing, there are certain content limits and guidelines that authors, including young authors, need to be aware of:

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