<sup>book:</sup> <em>The Legal Side of Blogging: How Not to get Sued, Fired, Arrested or Killed</em>
From the outside, it might seem that musicians, photographers, and writers all pitch for the same team. Musicians make it sound good. Photographers make it look good. Writers make it feel good. One. Big. Happy.
But no. It is not so. Not by a margin.
For an 89-page look at the legal, administrative, and blunt-force trauma-induced headaches that befall bloggers in their quests to gush the loudest, with the freest of the free downloads, and with the most, free colorful images, turn to Ruth Carter’s new e-book. Carter is the principal of Carter Law Firm in Phoenix, Arizona, and blogs at The Undeniable Ruth. Consider her Kindle-ready The Legal Side of Blogging: How Not to get Sued, Fired, Arrested or Killed to be your road map through Hazardsville. Because whoever you are, we promise you. You have more to learn.
be a blogger, but she’s also an attorney, and an expert on the subject, so
we’re not using an image of her book cover without permission. Try instead the snapshot above. Wikipedia. Old. Boring. Safe. Oh, so safe.