You have done a bang up job of warning your readers about scammers victimizing writers and authors. I admit I enjoy reading those. I know that makes me sound bad. Is there a place on your website where those are all in one place? Your search option pull up a whole lot of results.
– Martin A.
I admit some of the detailed complaints can be entertaining…but not so much for the victims. 🙁 The greatest benefit from reading those, however, are the lessons we all learn from others’ mistakes.
Since we’ve been publishing for more than 20 years, yes, the search results on WritersWeekly.com can deliver quite a lot. I do have a trick, through.
In the search box, simply type:
Don’t use quotation marks or anything else. Just type (or paste) those two words in the box. 🙂
More Than One Way to Expose a Deadbeat By Angela Hoy
Warning Signs of a Potential Deadbeat
ATTENTION DEADBEAT PUBLISHERS: Trying to Threaten Your Victims Into Silence DOES NOT WORK!
Aaarghh! I Wish I’d Googled That Deadbeat’s Name!
“An anthology publisher owes me royalties! What can I do?”
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what a cute bird! where do you find these interesting pix for your stories?
We use WordPress with the Pixabay plug-in for pics. 😉