Recommended reading. Beware!
In the nonfiction genre, a publisher’s job is to be confident that the books they publish are fact, not fiction. This can be a tough nut to crack in cases where the only proof they have is the author’s word. And I don’t want to even address those queries that insist theirs are memoirs, but have been fictionalized. WTF?
Being able to verify facts are the very reason I pass on a number of projects. I’m talking about the “Insider story!! I was there working in the Pentagon!! Explosive information that will blow the lid off America! Must read! A sure bestseller!!!” Unless they can present verified proof, then I’m really not looking
for a tax audit and listening devices planted in my Vickie Secrets trouble.
End game is that we don’t wanna be sued. And we certainly don’t want our authors to be sued. Who needs the aggravation? We…
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