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Kindle Owns Your Book

WARNING: Don't publish on Kindle! Amazon has started a new policy of Giving Books away for free. If you Publish on Kindle you could lose control of you own work. I was very please yesterday when I found that I had sold over eight thousand books this month ( was expecting on a few dozen) only to find that Amazon was using my work as a free give away! They claimed that my book was on their server and that my royalties would be 'zero'. Amazon owns your contents.

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Did you put your work up for free?

If not, then you have 2 legs to stand on. I envy such a position as I would gather my documents and visit my local solicitor and let the fun begin.
Bob

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(NT) Hey, is that you Tab Lloyd?
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Really?

Is this true?

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Tab Lloyd never told the rest of their story.

But this is one court case I'd like to be Tab.

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