Stay out of court and at your desk.
The step-by-step legal guide to:
setting up your self-publishing business · hiring freelancers
understanding copyrights · reading POD contracts
navigating social media · collaborating with partners
avoiding defamation and infringement
Published by Ten Gallon Press.
“Self-Publisher’s Legal Handbook is absolutely required reading for authors who want to publish their own work…. It should be on every self-publisher’s desk—highly recommended.”
—Joel Friedlander, www.TheBookDesigner.com
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Helen Sedwick is a California attorney representing small businesses and entrepreneurs. Her historical novel, Coyote Winds, has earned five-star reviews from ForeWord Reviews and Compulsion Reads and is an IndieBRAG Medallion Honoree.
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