Guide to Writing a Book Copyright Page [With 3 Templates] – by Dave Chesson…

on Kindlepreneur:

Traditional publishers will write their authors’ copyright pages.

When you choose to self-publish a book, you are not so lucky.

Fortunately, I’m here to make writing a copyright page as simple as possible.

Most self-publishers get intimidated when it comes to making their first book copyright page. I understand – the small print and legal jargon were enough to make me squeamish when I was in your shoes.

Let me ease your burden.

Below, you’ll find a copyright page template that you can copy and paste into your book.

I’ll also explain each element of a copyright page, tell you if it’s required, and provide an example of each unique element.

After reading this post, you’ll be able to quickly and confidently prepare your own book copyright pages and protect yourself and your works from book piracy.

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