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First of all, you retain the copyright of your book. If you haven’t yet registered your book at the Library of Congress, we will provide you with the link to the forms to secure a registration. You will also retain all non-book rights, unless you instruct us otherwise. Our contracts have a limited duration, generally of ten years. Older contracts with different duration clauses can be re-negotiated at all times.

Furthermore, you are always the intellectual owner of the book. No one is allowed to tamper with the text after you have made it final. Digital printing makes it technically possible to make changes to texts at any time, therefore your contract protects you against such outside tampering. You are your book’s creator, writer, and intellectual owner. That is why it is vital that you make your final draft indeed final, because even the intellectual owner cannot change the book once it has gone to print.

Then, last but not least, you are entitled to having fun! It is important that you enjoy being a published writer. To have your book out and have other people buy and read it, is pure joy. It makes you feel proud and fulfilled. Your name and face are in the newspaper, people discuss your work and are impacted by what you wrote: all that is sheer pleasure. Enjoy it!

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