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How To Copyright Books And Acquire An ISBN Number

Davaid Foothill

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ISBN 10: 0615718248 / ISBN 13: 9780615718248
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Paperback. 38 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 0.1in.This book will save several hours of research and help a reader quickly and easily learn about the best practices of book copyrights they can easily apply. In 60 minutes you will understand your copyright protections, how to register your book with the U. S. Copyright office, satisfy the mandatory deposit requirement, and also acquire an ISBN number if you decide one is needed. This book will spell out exactly what you need to do, where you need to go to make it happen, and learn the step-by-step instructions for completing the tasks. Many authors are unaware of the critical importance of registering their book with the U. S. Copyright office within 3 months of publication. Establishing a public record of a work and when it was created by registering the work with the U. S. Copyright office within 3 months of publication offers legal remedies and awards the author may not be entitled to otherwise, such as the right to sue for statutory damages and attorney fees. Without this right, an author can only sue for damages which can often be difficult to prove. Enforcement efforts are going to have very little teeth if the threat to sue for statutory damages and attorney fees is removed and an author can only sue for losses and damages. Statutory damages can be up to 30, 000. 00 for each work infringed, and in the case of willful infringement that amount could be increased up to 150, 000. 00, plus attorney fees. TABLE OF CONTENTS Foreword . . Page 3 Chapter 1 - Is Your Book Automatically Copyrighted . . Page 7 Chapter 2 - Registration With The U. S. Copyright Office: The 3 Month Ticking Clock . . Page 12 Chapter 3 - Have You Infringed On Another Partys Copyright . . Page 15 Chapter 4 - Who Is The Author, the Owner, The Claimant, And The Correspondent . . Page 18 Chapter 5 - What Are The Distinctions Between Copyright, Registration and Mandatory Deposit . . Page 20 Chapter 6 - How Does A Person Publish Under A Pen Name (Pseudonym) And Or Remain Anonymous . . Page 23 Chapter 7 - What Searchable Information From Your Registration Is Open To The Public . . Page 26 Chapter 8 - Should You Self-Publish Your Book . . Page 28 Chapter 9 - Transfer Statements . . Page 30 Chapter 10 - What Rights Come With A Copyright . . Page 32 Chapter 11 - What Is Fair Use . . Page 33 Chapter 12 - What Are Derivative Works . . Page 34 Chapter 13 - What Is Public Domain . . Page 35 Chapter 14 - How To Register Your Work Online At The U. S. Copyright Offices Website . . Page 36 Chapter 15 - What Are ISBN Numbers And How Is One Acquired . . Page 42 Chapter 16 - Epilogue . . Page 45 U. S. Copyright Office Reference Sources . . Page 46 This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Bookseller Inventory # 9780615718248

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Publisher: iPROFICIENCY

Binding: Paperback

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This book will save several hours of research and help a reader quickly and easily learn the “best practices” of book copyrights to safeguard their "intellectual property." In 60 minutes you will understand your copyright protections, how to register your book with the U.S. Copyright office, satisfy the “mandatory deposit” requirement, and also acquire an ISBN number if you decide one is needed. This book will spell out exactly what you need to do, where you need to go to make it happen, and learn the step-by-step instructions for completing the tasks. Many authors are unaware of the critical importance of registering their book with the U.S. Copyright office within 3 months of publication. Establishing a public record of a work and when it was created by registering the work with the U.S. Copyright office within 3 months of publication offers legal remedies and awards the author may not be entitled to otherwise. TABLE OF CONTENTS Foreword Chapter 1 - Is Your Book Automatically Copyrighted? Chapter 2 - Registration With The U.S. Copyright Office: The 3 Month Ticking Clock Chapter 3 - Have You “Infringed” On Another Party’s Copyright? Chapter 4 - Who Is The Author, The Claimant, And The Correspondent? Chapter 5 - What Are The Distinctions Between Copyright, Registration & Mandatory Deposit? Chapter 6 - How Does A Person Publish Under A Pen Name (Pseudonym) And / Or Remain Anonymous? Chapter 7 - What Searchable Information From Your Registration Is Open To The Public? Chapter 8 - Should You Self-Publish Your Book? Chapter 9 - Transfer Statements Chapter 10 - What Rights Come With A Copyright? Chapter 11 - What Is Fair Use? Chapter 12 - What Are Derivative Works? Chapter 13 - What Is Public Domain? Chapter 14 - How To Register Your Work Online At The U.S. Copyright Office’s Website Chapter 15 - What Are ISBN Numbers And How Is One Acquired? Chapter 16 - The Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) / Digital Rights Management (DRM) Chapter 17 - U.S. Copyright Office Reference Sources Chapter 18 - Epilogue

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David Foothill is known to have a very “practical” style of writing. Reading his book is like sitting down with your Brother who is not going to waste your time. He will tell what you need to know, why you need to know it, and what to do next. His books are written as a guiding hand to help a person achieve a successful outcome.

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