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Under U.S. copyright law, your self-published work is protected as soon as you put pen to paper. Copyright is based on your creative authorship and is not dependent on any formal agreement with a traditional publisher or self-publishing company, although registration with the U.S. Copyright Office is beneficial.
Copyrighting a book allows you, as a self-published author, a higher level of security and confidence when it comes to protecting your work. When you register your work with the U.S. Copyright office, you create a public record of your authorship. Even though you are protected from the moment you start writing, you’ll have to register your work with the Copyright Office to be officially recognized as the copyright holder in a court of law.
At AuthorHouse, a self-publishing company, we understand the amount of work you’ve put into your manuscript, and ensure that you retain all rights to the content of your book throughout the self-publishing process. We place your name where it belongs, right next to the copyright symbol on the copyright page of your book. As the copyright owner, you also own the foreign rights to your book.
By offering self-published authors these services, AuthorHouse guarantees that its authors have the highest level of copyright protection available. That’s a right we think you’ve more than earned.