Publishing

I Was Pirated: The Truth About Copyrights

Mailing it to yourself doesn’t cut it

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The feeling of publishing your first book is unlike any other. You’ve spent months, possibly years, working on the thing, and now it’s out there.

The hope, of course, is that it will generate an income for you.

So what happens when…

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