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Copyright Infringement: A Warning to all Authors

July 24, 2014

A site is offering ebooks for free download without permission and causing a furore on twitter over it…

I checked and Transitions is on there. Am I the process of working out how to get it removed. In the meantime, if you want a copy of Transitions please go via the official publisher ( or search for it on Amazon.

Copyright Infringement: A Warning to all Authors.

September 3, 2012

There is a lot to agree with in here… well worth sharing and reading

David Hewson

I’m delighted to be able to put my name to the statement below. (Sorry folks but I accidentally published slightly prematurely on that and don’t want to take away anything from my fab co-authors who worked through the weekend and the night to get this together).

Please feel free to copy this letter and distribute as you see fit. If you’d like to add your name to the letter please visit

These days more and more books are bought, sold, and recommended on-line, and the health of this exciting new ecosystem depends entirely on free and honest conversation among readers. But some writers are misusing these new channels in ways that are fraudulent and damaging to publishing at large. British author Stephen Leather recently admitted that he used fake identities online to promote his work. The American bestseller John Locke has revealed he has paid for reviews of his…

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