Using someone else's content and presenting it as your own without proper attribution is considered plagiarism and unethical in the world of writing and publishing. It's essential to respect intellectual property rights and give credit to the original author. If you want to include someone else's information or article in your work, always seek permission and provide appropriate citations. Crediting the source is a fundamental practice in ethical writing, maintaining the integrity of your work while acknowledging the contributions of others. Plagiarism can harm your reputation and has legal consequences, so it's best to rely on your originality or properly attribute any borrowed content.
Getting started with self-publishing can be a bit difficult but doesn’t have to be.
After publishing 200+ books on Amazon and running 120 million Amazon ads, I discovered the secret to getting books self-published easily and selling.
The key is to break down the steps into easy-to-follow bite-sized chunks as I lay out in my free self-publishing secrets checklist.