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  • Started by Lisa Kathryn
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    I understand that copyright laws protect all forms of my curricula and books. But how can copyrights really protect digital materials, eBooks, PDF files, etc? From wh...
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  • Started by Annalee
    Oh Great Spirit, I am feeling so vulnerable My heart is beating so fast, I am trying to be courageous, Yet feel I’m letting it go. Oh Great Bear, Mother to all. I am...
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  • Started by Kelley Harrell
    Not affiliated, just passing along:   ***** CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS ***** “I am currently collecting submissions for a devotional honoring The Morrigan. Please consider...
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    DEAR DAUGHTERS, I'll make this quick as I know you are busy: If you are a daughter you may have days you do not understand your mother Maybe something on this short...

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  • Angela: Fine, thoughtful post. I just gave it a She Writes SHOUT OUT. Sending you strength as you win back each pound. My answer to one of your questions: We might s...
  • I wrote In Her Wake about my mother's suicide and my three kids were certainly in it. I was much more protective of my immediate family (kids and husband) then my moth...
  • According to the US Copyright Office, (http://www.copyright.gov) the practice of sending a copy of your own work to yourself is sometimes called a “poor man’s copyright.” There is no provision in the copyright law regarding any such type of protection, and it is not a substitute for registration.