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George Ernest Brooks

Hoe do one trust publishers when publisher has cheated Authors

Carol Saller

George, I'm sorry to hear of your bad experience. Most publishers are trustworthy! In future, if a publisher asks you for money before publication, it's best to investigate the publisher before signing anything. Traditional publishers don't ask for money up front.

There are honest companies that charge money for helping writers self-publish their work. Be sure to check them out online for complaints.

Joining Authors Guild is also a good move. Members can consult their lawyers free of charge. I've done this several times with good results.

Good luck with your writing!

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