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If you really think someone is going to use your book as a how-to, then write a preface which is a single large, comprehensive disclaimer. Put all the "don't do this at home" copy there, and if it's an e-book, throw in the occasional link back to it. (Also, don't publish genuine secrets, and you may want to have the number of a good lawyer on hand as a ...


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A disclaimer will do nothing to legally protect you. To be indicted as an accessory to a crime as a writer, the prosecution has to prove the following: (1) You either knew of the planned crime, or had a reasonable expectation that a particular crime would be committed (2) Your assistance was critical to the commission of the crime In general, you will ...


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Here's the deal with Kindle images. The bigger, the better -- up to the max size (in bytes 5Mb) The largest Height x Width possible so users can zoom in. Why do I say this? Because the Kindle Reader now allows the reader to click the image and then zoom in on it. That means you want the image to have a high resolution so the user can click on the image ...


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Click the button next to "Ids" in the middle column of the "Edit Metadata" dialog:


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In the U.S. the real name is available from either the copyright office or Amazon in a legal dispute. Using a publishing name doesn't change that. Also, here only the account number is used for direct deposit.



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