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If you are a published author, you could be.....
They have ever published a collection of tales in a ring binders for neighbours as a "welcome to the neighbourhood" present. Well, the reality is that the definitions of a published author may be more comprehensive than you might have thought. The majority of emerging authors have a tendency to consider a published author as one who has adopted a script for publishing in a textbook or journal.
Since there are transferable copyrights to your work, however, it is important to know that the odds are very high that you are already a published author. Once you've put a narrative on the web, you're now a published author. It can be bewildering and sometimes annoying for authors, as some publishing houses only allow works that can be granted initial or exclusivity privileges.
Once the play has been published on the Internet, these permissions are no longer available. Please note that there are also many editors who agree to secondary copyrights or non-exclusive reproduction copyrights for previously published works. A major reason to consider web publication is because it allows an audiences to review your work and give feedbacks as you as an author grows.
This may be described by some as support in creating a portfolios that is basically a means of showing prospective investors that your work has been adopted (or published) in a number of places. So the more points you have, the better your chance of a trader looking a little more closely at your work.
Now if you have ever entered a typing competition, your work has been adopted by an ecine, or a font has been published in your own paper, you are a published author. Too much trouble is that you missed the chance to resell the play for first and/or pre-emptive right.