A Cautionary Tale

contract picturePublishing, whether with a NY publisher, small press or e-publisher, or self-publishing is still done with legal contracts or Terms of Service agreements. Read the fine print. Know what you are agreeing to. And still, things you didn’t plan on can happen. Publishing used to be a slow, how-we’ve-always-done-it kind of business but if the last few years have taught us anything , it is that things happen very fast now and you have to keep on your toes to keep up.

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2 thoughts on “A Cautionary Tale

  1. You’re so right Jill. Author’s get excited by the opportunity to see their work published and forget to check the fine print. Many have to fight for years to regain rights to their own books from unscrupulous publishers.
    Evelyn

    • Evelyn, also, just a few years ago those contracts were our only choice; sign or don’t get published. I remember getting my first contract and thinking as long as they don’t want my first born I’ll sign. LOL

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