How Authors Can Protect Themselves From Liability When Writing Nonfiction

All writers, not just nonfiction writers, need to consider potential legal issues such as libel. Even fiction writers can be accused of writing stories based on real or recognizable people. It's important to use caution in all writing, says award-winning, bestselling author Carla Norton. As a former journalist and writer of both true crime books and crime fiction novels, Norton shares the rules that she follows to ensure she is protecting herself from liability. She advises writers to make sure...
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