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  • Writer's pictureClarke Wallace


If you’re writing anything these days, such as a book, save a lot of grief

by having a copyright on it. Shrug it off and you might find yourself

in one hell of a mess.

If it happens and believe me you won’t know what hit you.

A copyright reads something like this.

‘No portion of this book may be reproduced

in whole or in part, by any means whatsoever,

except for passages excerpted for the purposes

of review, without prior written permission

of the publisher.’

Author’s comment: After all the work you've put into writing,

say a book, it'll makes you feel someone is on your side.

‘First edition. Printed in the USA.’

If this doesn’t put a grin on your face, I don’t know what will.

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