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LDS Publisher
Dedicated to helping LDS authors successfully navigate the LDS publishing world. LDS Publisher answers questions and posts on topics of interest to authors, especially those who are writing for and hoping to publish in the LDS market. She also runs various writing contests throughout the year.

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LDS Fiction
Supporting LDS fiction and LDS authors. The LDS Fiction site is a listing of newly released fiction by LDS authors. There is no cost to have your new release posted, neither is there any evaluation of the book by LDS Publisher. Each post features an image and basic information about the book. Readers of the blog may leave comments about the books and award each title a star rating.

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LDS Author Events and Contests
Events for LDS Authors, featuring LDS Authors, plus Contests spotlighting LDS authors and their books. The purpose of the LDS Author Events site is two-fold: 1) to provide information about conferences and workshops of interest to LDS authors; and 2) to help published authors advertise their events, such as book signings and other public appearances. There is no charge to post an event. If you are aware of an event, please send an e-mail with links and other information.

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LDS Author Network
Networking for LDS authors. LDS Author Network features information about and links to LDS authors, LDS publishers and associations and forums of interest to LDS authors. Due to the structure of the information vs the structure of a blog, posts are backdated so they will appear in alphabetical order by category.

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Susan said...

I have no idea if I'm asking this in the right place on your blog, but I'm going to ask it anyway. I have written a novel and in that novel I quote one line from Anne of Green Gables. I'm a first timer and though I've tried to figure out exactly what I need to do, I can't find a specific guideline on if I need to cite this, and more importantly, how to do that. I do have the address of the Heirs of L.M. Montgomery and can use that address if I need to do so. My only fear is that they will laugh in my face since it's only one line. Any suggestions?

Susan Auten

Kurt Kammeyer said...

Although it gets a little murky, typically anything over 75 years old is fair game, I think (at least in the US). Copyright law can be tricky. For example, I recently asked permission from the LDS Church Music Committee to reprint a number of LDS hymns that first appeared in the 1889 Latter-day Saints' Psalmody, but are still in use today. When in doubt, try to ask permission first