Sunday, July 15, 2012

Eight basic posts for authors in understanding book publishing deals

If you're an author looking for information on your rights and obligations under publishing contracts: you might be interested in some of these posts:

  • The one (or more) steps to knowing when you're done writing under your contract: http://bit.ly/NfTuPf
  • Knowing whether you've delivered what you were "supposed to" (and two tips if you didn't): http://bit.ly/LW5Oou
  • Three issues for publishers in accepting manuscripts: http://bit.ly/M9gbHq
  • Four better ways to determine whether your manuscript is "finished": http://bit.ly/Na0RHD
  • Three facts you may not have known about e-books (and two issues they raise): http://bit.ly/NOH2m5
  • Three tips if your publisher says your book isn't worth paying for (and one suggestion for what to do next): http://bit.ly/Ok9g9u
  • What kind of help is your publisher legally obligated to give: http://bit.ly/Rlkxtq
  • Your publisher is asking for the advance back: three things not to do (and one to try): http://bit.ly/N55Nxu

More new content to come. This week I'll continue with tips to help you understand some of the financial terms in your contracts.

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