Many authors get up in arms about piracy and Digital Rights Management (DRM). It’s understandable. We worked our butts off for this art and we deserve payment. This post is not about the pay-freelancers-for-their-work fiasco. I whole heartedly think magazines and their online counterparts should pay those providing their content. This is about the tentative relationship between piracy, authors, and exposure. You won’t see me choosing DRM, patrolling piracy sites for my book, or stamping my review copies.
There a lot of steps to go through before pressing that ever coveted Publish button! There are also a few things to think about before you choose where to publish.
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