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Right or wrong? Should an author make sure there is no question they are for hire?

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Aloha. Hello. The book does not mention being for hire. Mistake?

 

Right or wrong? Should an author make sure there is no question they are for hire?

Because I did not.

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By jeff noel

Retired Disney Institute Keynote Speaker and Prolific Blogger. Five daily, differently-themed personal blogs (about life's 5 big choices) on five different sites.

2 replies on “Right or wrong? Should an author make sure there is no question they are for hire?”

Depends I suppose. Was it by mistake or by design? If it was by design then don’t second guess. If by mistake, then get creative. Never lose sight of the intention. If it was to leave a trail, then done. If it was to find a cure, then time to get creative. It’ said glorious day.

Donna, it was totally by design. 🙂

How many author’s would miss that opportunity? Probably close to zero. This is exactly why I chose not to be predictable.

There’s so much same-old, same old, it’s suffocating.

Offering a breath of fresh air as it where. 🙂

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