November 5th, 2013 | Blog, Copyright, Self Publishing, The Reluctant Self-Publisher | 11 Comments
In the first, hair-raising episode of “My Adventures in Song Lyric Copyright Permission,” I had “discovered” that I had lyrics from not one but nine songs in The Answer to Your Question for which I did not have copyright permission.
Make that ten, given that I had a whole song in the novel.
I immediately changed all the lyrics to just the song titles, which are not copyrighted, and sent the corrections to my formatter, 52novels.com, then uploaded the revised files on Amazon.
But that left the whole song, “Who’s that Knocking at My Door,” to which I … Read More