This week I’m answering several questions about copyrighted images and using them in your books. These are questions that came from a blog reader about a book that’s she helping publish for a nonprofit.
I do digress at one point to tell a copyright story that just happened to me, and the video finishes with some advice about using images you find on the web.
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Discussed in this video:
- Having more than one copyright notice on the copyright page
- Recto and verso pages and how to tell one from the other
- How copyright law protects content creators
- Copyrighting images in a book
- Do you need a copyright on every page?
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