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  1. Alice says:

    Hey so I have been thinking of starting a book-blog but there are still some things I have questions around. Can I write about any book (reviewing, talking about, mentioning, recommending, rate and so on) without having to worry about copy right? And does the same goes for photos? Can I take my own pictures of books, without having to worry?

    Thanks for the help in beforehand

    Kind regards from Alice.

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    • Briana says:

      Yes, you can review and talk about books all you want! The only thing you’d have to worry about is quoting a copyrighted text “too much”–which isn’t going to happen unless you literally “quote” like five full chapters of a novel or an entire poem. 😉 It’s also generally accepted that book bloggers will use pictures of covers in their posts, whether that’s just the cover art grabbed from Goodreads or your own photo of the book.

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      • Alice says:

        Thank you for your answer! Have been looking around all day, trying to figure out where the line goes, copyright wise. Now it feels a lot better, and I think I will get on with making a blog 😀

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  2. JadesSecretStorms says:

    Hi, Pages Unbound! 🙂 Thank you so much for putting together this page. I have used it extensively these past couple of months as I put together my new book reviewing blog, Jade’s Secret Storms. 🙂 In my first post, I included a special thank you to you guys for this post. If you would like to check it out, here’s the link: https://goo.gl/gEDjeF 😀 Again, thank you so much!
    ~ Jade

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  3. Melissa says:

    I have been toying with the idea of starting a book blog for awhile and this collection of articles has been super helpful in getting my butt in gear to actually starting the blog but also is wonderful resource that I am sure I will keep coming back too. Thanks so much!!

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