Protect Your Rights
More and more publishers are trying to control authors rights.
You often see this in the revisions clauses of book publishing contracts: If
an author can't revise the book --under the publisher's terms-- some or all of the rights
revert to the publisher. Some publishers try to capture the copyright, which in all
circumstances should belong to the author.
One way to help protect your rights is to register your book's title as a web site. You can't copyright a book's title, but you can associate a book's title with a particular individual, making it difficult for somebody else, namely a publisher, to usurp that title.
To register your book's title, visit Network Solutions. Registering a domain name is easy, fast and relatively inexpensive. Click on the Network Solutions graphic below.
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