What do you think, is it really never too late?

Only if you’re dead.

Even if you’ve published that book a year ago, as I did. Go ahead and register that copyright. Better safe, than sorry.

A big shout out to CHRIS THE STORY READING APE’S BLOG for always pointing us to important and relevant information.

This week it’s about Copyrighting. Chris hooked us up with who dispels seven myths about the process. She explains everything in simple easy to understand terms. Even I got it!

So use the clicker on your computer and read how to protect your hard written words.

The Truth Behind Popular Copyright Myths by Susan Spann on Writer Unboxed site.

 Have you registered your books?

Did you find the process easy?

Will you register them now after reading this article?

I’m waiting for your comments, love to hear from you. 

And don’t forget to go over and “like” my Facebook page at Facebook at jeanswriting . Or to connect with me, click the “write me” tab. Don’t forget you can follow me on StumbleUpon,  on Twitter @jeancogdell , and Amazon.com.

Please stop by and say “hey!”  I’ll leave a light on. 

Y’all have a good time and stay safe

Over this long, 4th of July weekend stay safe, and have fun!

For all of my readers here in the states its time to enjoy the fireworks, BBQ, beer and hot dogs and dodge the crazy drivers on the roads. Although here in Texas that might be a bit hard to keep your cool as the heat flies past triple digits. 

   But, before you head out to have more fun than you can handle, I wanted to share a few tips for a great weekend.

Boaters– wear life vests.

 

Drinkers – don’t drive. 

Sunbathing – use sunscreen. 

 

 

BBQ – use Deet (on you, not the meat.) 

That concludes Jean’s Weekend Public Service Safety Tips

Now go out there, enjoy the weekend and act half your age.

Waiting for your comments, love to hear from you. 

And don’t forget to go over and “like” my Facebook page at Facebook at jeanswriting . Or to connect with me, click the “write me” tab. Don’t forget you can follow me on StumbleUpon,  on Twitter @jeancogdell , and Amazon.com.

Please stop by and say “hey!”  I’ll leave a light on.