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Since July 2014 Authorhouse has changed its Terms and Conditions.Section 6.2 states that the Author consents to having private information publicly displayed.

Yet when questioning they say they would not reveal private information, only author name, book title and whatever we allow for marketing, which contradicts the statement.

Common sense - why include such a statement.Established Author house plans to sell authors private information to other companies - of which these companies more likely will contact and see what else can be squeezed out of us authors when we merely want to do what we love and that is write and share to the world!

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The logic is very simple dear.Publishing a book is not for free.

Wake up. Writing a book is never enough to be published.

So as to say that success is not free.You have to work for it.

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