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"Your Book Is Your Hook" Show -- Contract Agreements & An Author's "Victory Over Violence"

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Published on Oct 5, 2010

http://yourbookisyourhook.com -- Renee Duff, intellectual property and publishing contracts attorney, will talk with radio personality and host Jennifer S. Wilkov about why it is important for authors to understand the impact of a mishandled publishing contract. She'll also discuss the variety of rights addressed in the contract including how to cover technological developments that haven't even been imagined yet.

Ms. Duff will also talk about the different roles an agent and an attorney play for the author as well as why authors should temper their exuberance in signing a contract just because they got offered one.

Author, domestic violence survivor and advocate Nancy Salamone will discuss with radio personality and host Jennifer S. Wilkov what inspired her to write her memoir, Victory Over Violence, and how she wrote about her painful experiences. She'll also discuss how she chose to publish it and how she's using her book as her hook to help other women.

Ms Salamone will also talk about economic abuse and how it is an equal opportunity offense. She'll also share how she designed and developed her financial self-sufficiency program called "The Business of Me" that she teaches other women around the world.

Host Jennifer S. Wilkov will talk about the reality show for books as an idea whose time has come during her Education Corner segment during the show.

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If you have questions about any of these interviews or the education corner topic included in the show, please put them here in this discussion thread and I'd be happy to answer them.

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