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Steven R. Drennon was born in Lawton, OK, where he first started writing at the age of 15. He published an epic fantasy novel titled "Rise of the Raven" in the spring of 2011, and another fantasy novel titled "Three for Avadar" was released in the summer of 2011. Since then, Steven has published a total of 37 other titles under different pen names, and he is currently working on a new historical fiction series that will be published under his own name.


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reviewed Close Question about this brochure i am writing for an assignment?
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reviewed No Action Needed Getting help and/or mentoring, later in life
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reviewed No Action Needed How do I get publishers and agents to read my full book?
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Cleaned up the grammar and formulated the question a little better.
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reviewed No Action Needed What advice is there for aspiring journalists and authors?
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reviewed No Action Needed How to cite a film quote using MLA in text citations
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reviewed Looks OK Is there a better word to use here than “thing”
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reviewed Looks OK How can I ensure my POV character's writing isn't too sophisticated?
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comment Discouraging link to Lulu or CreateSpace
Personally, I believe that people will find any book that is advertised through AdWords and purchased through PayPal to be "non-professional", but that's just me. If you're truly intent on self-publishing, you should really use Kindle Direct Publishing and/or Nook Publishing because that's where the vast majority of the e-book readers will be going to look for books.
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comment Unofficial Fan Fictions - How can I Secure Them?
Dale Emery is absolutely correct in his answer when he states that the discontinuation of the board game does NOT forfeit the copyright. Any use of the characters, settings, or other portions of the board game in your writing could cause it to be considered as a derivative work, which would violate their copyright and could possibly put you in jeopardy of being sued. You need to thoroughly research the copyright AND trademarks for the board game before attempting to publish anything.
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comment Poor man's copyright techniques
It is true that a copyright notice is not required. I simply stated that because I assumed the OP was looking for some means to stake an "official" claim to his copyright, and posting a copyright notice is the easiest way to do so.
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answered Screenwriting courses online - Worth the money or not?
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comment Format and media of e-book delivery
This question appears to be off-topic because it is soliciting advice on marketing a book.
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answered Poor man's copyright techniques