Want to know how to protect your writing?

Protection is as important as production.

What is needed to protect your work?

Find out how to protect your writing. 

Molly Greene: Writer Blogger & Author, Gen Delacourt Mysteries, has a very informative blog post regarding Estate planning basics for writers.

Whether you have already published or still in the dreaming and planning stage this is an article you need to save for the future. Don’t let your work get lost in the cyber world.


Kathryn Goldman writes–

“An additional benefit to copyright registration is that it makes planning for the proper succession of your works just a bit easier.

The registration certificate gives substance to something that otherwise might just be considered a digital file on your computer or in your KDP account. It’s one of those important documents you hear so much about that belongs in a safe deposit box with your other important papers.–“

Click on the link below to read the entire article.

Estate Planning Basics for the Self-Published Writer by Kathryn Goldman

Tell me have you registered your writing or author name?

Let me know in the comments section because, I love comments, almost as much as I love clicks, so after you pass this on to your Facebook and Twitter pals remember to tell me what you think.
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6 thoughts on “Want to know how to protect your writing?

  1. Kathryn says to “include your unpublished and even your unfinished manuscripts, as well.” Oh, I have plenty of those!

    It is far too early for me to think about this sort of thing, but hopefully I will remember–should it ever become relevant–that there is such a thing as estate planning for your bereaved words.

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