I’ve been reading a few posts on various blogs that I follow, and I came across this post (a guest post written by Cassie Phillips) on Kate M Colby’s blog offering safety and security tips for authors, or would-be authors, looking at self-publishing. Some of the information is common sense, though always a good reminder, and some of it you might not have considered. Either way, this article is definitely worth a read.
Today, I’m excited to bring you a guest post from professional blogger Cassie Phillips. Cassie writes for Secure Thoughts, a website dedicated to helping everyday people manage their personal internet security. Here, Cassie provides her tips and tricks for securing your self-published work, as well as protecting yourself and your copyright.
It’s an exciting day for you. You’re ready to publish that novel you’ve been writing for months, if not years. Perhaps you’ve taken a shot at non-fiction and want to share the knowledge you’ve put together in a single tome. You may even be writing about something brand new and exciting.
You could go with some big publisher, but the costs are high, and you risk making very little money on your book as the publisher will be taking most of it. So here you are. You’ve decided to self-publish. Maybe it’s your…
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