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I would like to format my story into a paperback through Lulu. I would not be selling it, but I wanted to make at least one copy for me, and preferably a few for my friends and family as well to give away. Is that as far as I am likely to be able to go? Thanks for your question. That said, you could always reach out for permission to make it available for free on Lulu. Great article! It would be the same characters, but everything else would be made up.
Could I publish short novellas of this? Thanks very much! Hello Rob, Firstly, thank you for this lovely article it explained a lot for me. I am interested in fan fiction a bit, and I have a few inquiries on the topic.
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You see, a friend of mine has recently published her first fan fiction on Wattpad roughly two years ago, and as her birthday is coming up, I was planning to publish a single copy of it for her. However, though, her fan fiction includes unoriginal characters that came from the original work. Though I do make no plans in selling this and neither does my companion and only create it for personal use.
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I do plan to use a site for printing individual books, and their copyright terms have been unclear to me. Do you perhaps believe that I will encounter an infringement with this issue? My apologies for taking up your time. Thanks, Britney. In terms of reassurance, think of it as just printing out a copy for a friend albeit in a fancier way than normal. None at all! I found your article very informative. Thank you for all your help!
Of course, there are also routes to financial gain. Sooner or later everything enters public domain or is supposed to, at least , and as you say, there are various schemes such as Kindle Worlds that allow fanfic authors to use modern properties. For instance, imagine someone credits you as the co-author of a book which is awful, or which says things that are against your personal philosophy or morals.
Readers who see your name on that work may then associate your name with poor quality, or with ideas that turn them off buying the next book you actually write. Danger begins when you get anywhere near the revenue stream. I already wrote so much!
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Some of my fanfiction is on fanfiction. What should I do about this? Anyone have any advice? Thanks for the kind words. I am on the horns of this same derivative dilemma as well. I have been under the impression that since it would be a derivative work, I could not even publish it for free as a writing sample. Am I wrong in thinking I have to wait for public domain to happen in , even if it is free?
As you suggest, the owner of a property might want to pursue legal action against a free work, even if that free work is allowable and would eventually be declared such in a court of law. For some authors, this is enough assurance to test the waters. This has been done with characters like Frankenstein and Snow White to dodge the attentions of more litigious entities. This would theoretically allow you to banish MGM from your considerations. The article below might provide some more info on this.
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Rob, I just wanted to say thank you for this exceptional article and the amazingly thorough answers to all of the comments thus far. If this had been written 10 years ago when I had first started writing fanfiction, I would not have wasted so much time being afraid or ashamed, and could have spent more time honing my craft. Thank you so much for sharing your time to write this and encourage and help so many writers! Thanks for the kind words, and my pleasure! Hi Rob, first of all thank you for your article!
Is there some way to make this work? Happy New Year, and thanks for your comment! With it being an RPG, there might be some traction in approaching the relevant companies with the idea that you want to novelize your experience of it, to further dramatize your playthrough. You could also consider offering it for free.
Hi Rob, thank you for your answer! I would probably need to keep my work to myself or sharing it with a few friends, then. Of course I would put a note at the beginning of the book stating it is an unofficial novelization and citing the copyright holders game developers and publisher. My pleasure. The safest way to share free work would be to share it via a web page or forum. Because Amazon is primarily about publishing for money, it can invite greater scrutiny even for free works. Contacting the rights holder might be more successful than you think.
The only other person who would see it is my sister, and she writes it with me. Also, can the way a person looks be copyrighted? My character has rather a fascinating look, but it is the way the actor looks in real life, and obviously they look this way in their films as well.
No other distinguishing marks or qualities. There is absolutely no danger in writing fan fiction and sharing it with your self, co-writer, family, or friends. All of the advice above really covers work that has entered, or is getting close to, the commercial sphere. This article is really helpful. I was wondering if you could perhaps offer me some advice though.
The terminology, setting and plotline are all of my own original creation, however the protagonist characters used are based off real live people Japanese idols. If I was to consider publishing, I would be certain to change names, and also personalities where needed. Any advice on what I can to do avoid legal issues if I wished to try and publish this fiction?
Those I have spoken to about or shared snippets of my fanfiction with often ask whether I plan on publishing, under the claim that it is well-written and an original idea like they have never heard of before. Part of me is certainly keen to at least try publication but I am worried about the legal issues that could arise. I appreciate any information or suggestions you may be able to offer me regarding this dilemma. It kind of depends on how unique these events are.
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It sounds as if you should be fine — the best measure is whether an independent but uninformed person could read your book and draw conclusions about real people from it. If, for example, a character is said to be the only holder of a real award, and their real-life counterpart is in the same position, that could be taken as you suggesting to the reader that they should understand the fictional character as that real person. In the example above, you could simply change the name of the award.
I found this article to be very helpful and the information provided cleared out most of my questions, so thank you! Of course, they make changes in their writing to accommodate their characters in the world and most of them provide disclaimers in their work, but I still have the question: does this type of fanfiction commit copyright infringement, seeing as it blatantly includes copyrighted plot, characters, and even dialogue? In more straightforward terminology, adding a new character is unlikely to change anything about the legal status of a piece of fan fiction.
A lot of people seem to like it, but the subject of my fan fiction is very complicated. Its based of a Chinese web novel. In this web novel the main character and his team go on adventures through movie worlds like Resident Evil, The Mummy, and Transformers and fight with or against characters from the movie worlds in a death game environment where they also enhance themselves with fictional powers. This is a legal work because China has strange or none existent rules for copy rights. I also live in the U. S if that matters, so where does my fan fiction stand and can I sell it?
Any advice is appropriated. Hi, Robert!
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I just have a quick question! So I wrote some novelizations of my favorite video games Legend of Zelda where I do take some creative licences by adding my own elements of the story itself and making it my own. What would you say about this? You should be completely fine with having the book bound, in the same way as it would be perfectly legal for you to simply print it off.
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Hi Rob, So my partner and I have written a show based off of a popular tv show that has now come to an end after many seasons. We have developed pretty much everything. All the characters, every main and subplot line, we have the whole season 1 developed to the fullest and have already started planning for the second. We have a pitch ready, we have every episode from explained in detail, and the first 4 episodes in screenplay with a strong pilot.