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Old 09-04-2014, 03:07 PM   #1
Gregg Bell
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what do I have to do if I quote other material in my non-fiction book?

I'm planning a non-fiction book about spirituality and I want to quote some sacred texts and other writers. I've seen other books where in the beginning they have things like: NIV Bible quotations used by permission.

Do I need to do that? And if so, HOW do I do that?

And what about quoting other writers. Nothing more than a paragraph. Obviously I need to say who it is, but beyond that do I have any other obligation?

Thanks!
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