How to Use Lyrics Without Paying a Fortune or a Lawyer by Helen Sedwick explains why writers need permission to use lyrics, and how to get permission to use lyrics.
A Step-by-Step Guide to Dealing with Content Theft by Helen Sedwick explains the various options available to writers and bloggers when dealing with the theft of their content, without the involvement of an attorney.
Tax Tips for Writers Who Hate Math by Helen Sedwick explains what writers need to know about declaring income made from writing and the writing related expenses the IRS will accept as deductions.
Trademark: Let’s Meet Copyright’s Half Sister by Helen Sedwick explains the similarities and differences between copyright and trademark, and what writers need to know to avoid trademark infringement.
How Romeo and Juliet Can Help You Write Your Next Book by Helen Sedwick explains how copyright works when writers base their stories on public domain works.
Should You Be Using a Pen Name? by Helen Sedwick explains why authors use pen names, how to choose and register a pen name, and what not to do when using one.
21 Tips for Creating a Successful Writing Collaboration by Helen Sedwick details what partners should know, discuss and decide when entering into a writing collaboration.
Do you know who owns your book cover? by Helen Sedwick explains what self-published authors need to know about their book cover design ownership rights and how to avoid having look-alike covers for their books.
7 Questions to Ask Before Choosing a Self-Publishing Company by Helen Sedwick explains how authors should vet self-publishing companies before signing any contracts.