Stolen Work in Your Book

24. Stolen Work and Your Book

Imagine opening someone else’s book and reading your own words, seeing a framework you created from scratch, or reading your ideas.

You’d probably react with shock and anger.  You might even believe the author intentionally stole your work.

And maybe they did plagiarize on purpose. But in truth, many authors “steal” someone else’s work without intending to steal at all.

As much as you don’t anyone to copy your  work, being on the other side of that equation is just as bad.

Even the appearance that you took someone’s content without giving them appropriate credit can ruin your reputation as an author and as a professional. And it’s totally avoidable.

In this episode, you’ll discover 4 ways authors unintentionally plagiarize and how you can get your ideas across without falling into these traps.

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