Authors: If You Want to Be a Writer, Start Now

If you want to be a writer, start now. Do art. Do it forever. In every little act of your day. That’s how you become an author. — John Kremer, with Snoopy at the typewriter

If you want to be a writer, start now. Do art. Do it forever. In every little act of your day. That’s how you become an author. - John Kremer

About John Kremer

John Kremer is author of 1001 Ways to Market Your Books, the Relationships Matter Marketing program, and many other books and reports on book marketing, Internet marketing, social media, and book publicity. -- .

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    • Terry Stoner
    • June 25, 2019

    It concerns me that you’re using Snoopy cartoons to catch readers’s eyes. Have you gotten permission to do so? ____ In our community a barn owner was sued for placing a neat image of Snoopy and his dog house using shingles on his roof. We’d fly over and enjoy the view. But even though that was NOT a monetary benefit for the barn owner, he was sued and had to remove it. Same goes for a local doctor who was using Snoopy’s image on his prescription forms for kids. I hope you’re getting permission and being proper about this…

  1. I have not gotten permission for the use of these images, but these images are freely available on Pinterest (where I found them). I did add or edit the words, but the images were taken from Pinterest. Most of the images do not have copyright notices and generally I don’t like to use such images, but I do love Peanuts and I am promoting the Peanuts comics. So it is a mixed bag. I understand your concern. If the Peanuts people objected, I would take the images down, but there is some leeway in copyright law when you are promoting the assumed copyright holder’s content rather than trying to make money off of it. – John

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