How can copyright law empower the average author, so they can understand their rights in a changing digital and entrepreneurial environment? Orna Ross discusses the principle issues.
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Are you making the most of the opportunity to get your share of the booming audiobook market? Let Orna Ross and Helen Sedwick make a compelling argument in this extract from their guide to authors’ rights.
Non-fiction indie author Ann Richardson shares her case study of getting her rights back to two trade-published books
Indie Author Fringe. Toby explains that it’s not only big name, traditionally published authors who need a literary agent.
From France, Jean Gill offers important advice about the right and legal way to source images for your books, websites and social media, drawing on her knowledge as both a professional photographer and an author, able to see the issue from both sides of the lens. As writers, we want images for our book covers, […]
Let’s discuss the rights authors own under their copyrights to their books. Although we could talk a long time about what copyright is, for the purpose of this post, we’ll call it the exclusive legal right of the author of a literary work to reproduce, publish and sell a book for the period during which […]
We’ve another ALLi member deal to offer, in association with the UK-based IPR License, (adding to the services of our dedicated literary agent, Toby Mundy Agency. ALLi members already receive a 50% discount (usual price of £99 +VAT) on Author Membership at IPR License, as well as inclusion in a dedicated bi-monthly branded Global Bulletin to over 50,000 […]