I’m sure I’ve shared posts on copyright before, but it’s always good to have a refresher. It’s quite easy to get an official copyright for anything you publish and even though it doesn’t help someone from taking your work electronically, it’s an inexpensive safeguard ($55 for electronic submission) if you every need to enter the court system. And Dave gives some examples of text used on a copyright page for those indie publisher out there!
Thanks Dave and Lawyer Steve!
Learn from a lawyer how you can legally copyright a book, with examples and a easy step-by-step process to help protect your book’s rights.
Source: How to Copyright a Book (Written by a Lawyer)  – Written by a Laywer
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I guess I should be jealous you’ve got another copyright lawyer 🙂
Hey, Mr. Copyright lawyer. You have other words of wisdom for us?