Can I copy a whole book - word by word- by a famous author and share it with you here?
Can I copy a whole book - word by word- by a famous author and share it with you here? Can we do that with blogs? E.g. The title will be Harry Potter by JK Rowling.
No, of course not...they are under copyright.
You are also not allowed to reprint articles you have written here on Hubpages, all articles must be unique.
I was told by someone in the know here that these are Hubs, or articles and it is not a BLOG. Copying someone else's work is not allowed and is illegal because of copyright. I am confused why you would want to do this. Why not just recommend titles and we can get our own copies?
If you believe the book is worth sharing then why not write a review on it, that way if people like the sound of the book then they can go out and buy it for themselves
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