Religious Watch List * Facebook Comments a “Right?” * “Osho” Cult Lawsuit * Criminal Libel * Stormy Daniels AGAIN * NYT Editor Plagiarism * Feminist Sues Twitter
“One of the abusers is still living. I have no contact with that person. He is a sociopath. I would not name him in any book I would write, but I would have to…”
Is your publisher feeding you one or more of these ridiculous, unbelievable excuses?
1st Lady Settles Suit, Printing Plant Goes to Pot, Media Layoffs, VPNs Targeted, Congresswoman Deletes Tweets, Apple Privacy Bug, Publisher Sued by Printer for $15M; Teens Robbing Newsstands in NY
It feels like we’ve been watching an episode of American Publishing’s Most Wanted. Not many news stories have had me fired up as much as this one!
I hated to be snarky (actually, I didn’t hate it that much) but I had to tell her that…
“My friend left his book rights to me via an email message, and verbally. The estate claims it belongs to them. What do you think?”
“A woman wants me to ghostwrite a book about her abusive childhood? This makes me nervous. Could I be sued?”
Amazon kills CreateSpace, forces authors to KDP Print – and people are UPSET!; Tate Publishing owners – will they EVER go to trial?; TrueLine Publishing employees claims she was drugged at Christmas Party; and more juicy stories!
Many publishers, knowing they aren’t legally liable for the content of their authors’ books, nor for their authors’ marketing activities, will not inform those authors of these types of potential problems. At BookLocker, we always treat others as we’d like to be treated so we never hesitate to alert an author when they’re about to make a really, really big mistake.