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Ginny "Werewolf Girl" O.  🌜 Apr 15
Replying to @GinnyZero
We’re all upset at . I get that. At the same time, please let’s not hurt the 12 yr old first time writers who are excited to be sharing their ideas with a community of like minded fans! Fan fiction falls under fair use. Whether you like it or not.
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Claire Ryan Apr 16
Replying to @aetherlev
I’M GOING VIRAL PEOPLE THIS IS NOT A DRILL So here’s the list of authors who were affected by , go buy their books!
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Katrin Micka aspiring Author Apr 12
I found this on her instagram "if you are a fan of Fifty Shades of Grey and authors Maya Banks and Sylvia Day,.." Have you checked these authors for your list?
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M. A. Fréchette Apr 12
Ironic that she posts this kinda stuff on her . I guess plagiarizing authors is fine, though 🙄
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Claire Ryan Apr 16
Replying to @killer_bhree
Oh boy are you in for a rollercoaster! Google to get the deets, look for Courtney Milan’s blog Then look at my latest blog post on
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Noelle Kukenas Apr 16
Understanding And Why It Matters by
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CaffeinatedFae Apr 14
Replying to @CaffeinatedFae
Welcome to the Kyra Davis. This update makes 91 books, 40 authors, 3 articles, 3 websites, & 2 recipes that were plagiarized by . New books added were Kyra Davis' The Stranger: Just One Night & Kresley Cole's If You Desire.
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Claire Ryan Apr 16
Replying to @aetherlev
Just to be clear to everyone: this is from all of the authors affected by , not just Nora. I love you all so much 😂 I am so deeply touched.
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CaffeinatedFae Apr 19
Replying to @CaffeinatedFae
NEW UPDATE!! Welcome to the Elizabeth Hoyt! This makes 93 books, 41 authors, 3 articles, 3 websites & 2 recipes that were plagiarized by . The new books are Duke of Midnight & Wicked Intentions!
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Claire Ryan Apr 15
So here's an interesting thing about - she copied her own work. Take a look at these screenshots. The first two are from Damaged Love (my ePub copy), and the second two are from Unpredictable Love, the sequel (Google Books cache)
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Ginny "Werewolf Girl" O.  🌜 Apr 15
Replying to @GinnyZero
So, please don’t punish fandom for . Fandom doesn’t know about copypastecris. They don’t care about copypastecris. And they’d be as pissed as you are about it if they did know because most of them have ethics and that’s not cool.
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Kris Troske Apr 16
Replying to @mostlybree
And I thought the Twitter battle was way out there. I still can’t believe some of the tweets from the bookstore.
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Christi Caldwell Apr 18
Thank you to everyone for your help trying to find the file Cris Serruya ripped off from me. I have been able to take screen grabs from the Kindle app on my phone with the areas she plagiarized and then lay it side by side against my book.
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💧whiskeybravo 🐕 Apr 12
Replying to @CaffeinatedFae
I ghostwrite or should say did. made me realise I want to keep my words. Most ghostwriters would never do what hers did.
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Vivian Lobo Apr 19
Replying to @UnboxTherapy
Only when the rest of the industry has found all the solutions to problems. Then conveniently release it saying they have solved all the problems after years of resend development.
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Courtney!!! Milan 🦖 Apr 10
It's our second instance of plagiarism-ception--where we catch another plagiarist googling 's plagiarism. The original: The fake: Hat tip to for figuring this one out. BOO to the other guy.
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Jeaniene Frost Feb 25
Imo, another casualty of authors using ghostwriters instead of writing their own books is reader expectation of how long it takes to write a book. Just had a reader tell me that publishing "several books a month" is totally doable if an author writes full-time.
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Claire Ryan Apr 13
Ever get that feeling where you’re looking at something you’ve just created and thought “ohhhhhhh shit....”
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Shiloh Walker Mar 31
I bet many of you were following along during the fiasco, right? Well, during that time, I stumbled into something. A small group of readers pointed out a mess that many authors only recently discovered-- but these readers had been talking about it *FOR MONTHS*
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azteclady Apr 16
I think this is very much worth sharing over here, for those who don't read that blog, or not often (like me):
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