I think in the article it says that you should if you are going to write about them and what they said to please let them know beforehand. I have done that with my friend Mr. Moseley. As you can see I have a portion of his e-mail posted here. But I didn’t want to do that without his permission because even though it was sent to me, it wasn’t just my conversation. Therefore, I didn’t feel it right to actually just post it. To be fair, I had written the article, saved it and then told him. So you see, even I need to remember that. But the point is that I had to let him know prior to posting it on my webpage.
Another reason I am saying it is that I like some poets and some songwriters. I have posted their work as well. What gets me into trouble is am still learning what is okay to post without permission. To be safe, the best thing to do is to ask permission. But when dealing with conversations, and other issues you may want to ask permission. You can’t always do that. So its also a judgement call. What do you feel is what your willing to risk in your post?
Hi. I am reading up on my genre of interest for writing. That is mystery. I am reading a cozy mystery. For those in the know and those who don’t know a cozy mystery is: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cozy_mystery and is defined as: subgenre of crime fiction in which sex and violence are downplayed or treated humourously. That article from Wikipedia explains it. Also read: http://www.cozy-mystery.com/Definition-of-a-Cozy-Mystery.html which is a website that also talks about cozy mysteries. So far my writing is going towards being a cozy mystery. It has an attorney who solves a mystery with a side kick who is either a paralegal, college student or someone other than himself. So I am figuring out slightly where I believe my novel falls in but the publisher might think otherwise.
For those in the know: looking for work is hard and depressing. Do you know the worst is when people ask you to do something that you know you don’t want to do.
Chat ya laterz!