Hello, Aixa. The legal requirements depend on each country, the laws that govern the publication of books. In Spain, the only legal obligation is to include legal deposit, and there are even exceptions. All other dates are common. I really enjoy being at piccifying “What legal information should have a legal page of an eBook Hello, interesting your article. But I have a question and I hope you can help me, I am creating a website and I want it to become a reference in universities and students of advertising, communication and graphic design. I plan to build a small digital library of books on topics, in Google there are thousands of links to a book, but having one place to get them all is attractive and convenient. What worries me is how the copyright of books affects me, I don`t market them and I wouldn`t say I made them. Is that possible or not? How could I do that? It is customary to place the end of a book before the prologue, the dedications and the index. In this way, the reading of a work does not begin without the reader knowing all the legal details of the title he is going to read.
It is better not to leave loose bits. Hello, Javier. There is no obligation to have a legal side, so you can do whatever you want with it. 🙂 I created legal pages with a black background and white letters, and also with photos as the background of the page. Best wishes. Hello, I have no idea about the legal issues. But I have a finished book that contains many readings. Anyway, I`m making a second volume that contains even more stories (all horror).
I want to market it on websites to make a profit, although I plan to print it later. What must I do? The only author is me, no one else. How is it composed? Can I make the cover myself? What should the pages have: 1,2,3,4,5? What should the last 3 (three) pages contain? Thank you in advance, your excellent help, already thank you enromes. Greetings from Argentina Hello, my question is whether the legal side can go all the way to the end of the book. Hi Mariana, I wrote an eBook and I`m saving it in Safe Creative. My question is about the legal side of the e-book Can I use the symbol (C) without registering? For example, I can put “(c name Author, 2016” without having registered in the copyright?. Thank you for your time There is no legal obligation to publish an eBook. The book will be free if the author/publisher decides, but not because it is an e-book, it must be free. Since I am part of a text with ISBN, I am asked about the ISBN and the legal side, are there any differences between them? The credits page is done quickly when you have all the information.
Our advice is that if you want to self-publish a book and you do not have a publisher who can take care of this task, only create this page just before the start of the legal procedures of your work (ISBN application, legal deposit,…, as these procedures can be delayed by bureaucratic problems and can delay the start of your work (you will have to change the date of your 1st edition). I plan to create a page where there will be content I created, articles on the above topics, Photoshop assets you can download (created by me), tutorials. And I thought about placing a section where you can find books about careers that I tell you to check out, not download. The credits page of a book is used to quickly discover various legal aspects. This is not typical of traditional publishers or self-publishing brands. As in a film, this section serves to provide information about the participants in the process of creating this work, as well as details about copyright or registration. I don`t have a bibliography on this topic (I did a little research in the library) and I remember not finding any information on the legal side when I was preparing this article. Hi Mariana. I`m retired, so now I`ve gone from a profession to a retiree. In my new state, I wrote an eBook and I want to publish it. Can I do this or do I have to be registered as a self-employed person? The ISBN (International Standard Book Number) is a unique code that can be used to identify books worldwide.
4. Depending on the project, some data may be relevant. The credits page of a book or magazine is a page at the beginning of the book that records all the legal information (legal deposit, attribution of intellectual property, etc.) and other important data, such as the ISBN, the names of the people who worked on the issue, the date of publication, etc. Hello, Franco. Some of your questions are too general and include answers that go beyond the space for comments and the time it would take me to answer them. I suggest you google “parts of a book” and there you can see alternatives of the structure of the books and what is usually written on each page. The same goes for composing: there are hundreds of videos that can help you, and over time, you can learn how to write a book properly. Best wishes. The publication date is mandatory information on the credits page of your book. Thank you Mariana for the reply. 1.-I can ask you other questions.
2. You may have answered me about the difference between credit and copyright, but since I don`t know this problem, I didn`t notice it, so I ask again in another way, is there a difference? 3. The translator has a moral right, ok. Does this right allow you to publish even if there was no previous contract that prevented you from doing so? Can you even sell your rights to others? 4. Porfa. If you can tell me another important fact about translator rights that I didn`t ask for, thank you. And one more thing, you must not only mention the authors who collaborate on your work, but you must also have written permission to use their creations in yours; This means having the appropriate rights of use, reproduction, distribution, etc. This section is typical of the classic book credit page template. The imprint contains the name of the printing company that printed the book, the address and the year of printing. It provides information about the publisher who made this book possible, credits that collect the publisher`s name, headquarters, and sometimes forms of contact.
The legal deposit of a book is mandatory in many countries where authors are required by law to leave one or more copies of their works at the National Library or other public institution. I am thinking about the legal side and I am putting the opposite of what is used in commercial expenses. That is, “the copy of the book is approved, provided that the authors and the university presses are named. Do you have a template for this type of text? Or think it`s convenient. Just put the void, silence and no text on the end page. Thank you Hello, Priscilla. It is best to specify the name you use as the author, the pseudonym. Best wishes. Hello, Mariana. I congratulate you on your blog and thank you for everything you give us. Although I have been working in the book world for many years, I always find your articles very interesting. They are very generous.
Receive a big greeting. I suggest you find out what the use of your name mark allows. In Spain, the registers are public and can be consulted on the website of the Spanish Patent and Trademark Office. Some authors take care of the entire editing process of their book, from start to finish. In addition to drafting the text, they design the cover themselves, carry out the procedures corresponding to the registration of intellectual property, ISBN and legal deposit. Look at the collection of books on books, in the title Edit to Win, there may be a hint of what you are saying. I`m sorry I can`t be specific, but I`m in the hospital and I don`t have my library at hand. I would appreciate it if you could tell me in which bibliography you can find it, if not, I will write an entry about it. This is a non-mandatory fact, but it never hurts to indicate on the credits page who designed the cover of your book.
The Credits page is the page composed of information that identifies the persons involved in the creation, editing, production and publication of a printed or digital work, as well as data relating to the identification of the work.