Advice to new writers: Don’t plagiarize. Just don’t.

Just don’t ever do this… the Litrpg community is closely watching this for a result. The evidence is not in her favour.

Lit RPG reviews

Tl;dr:  Don’t plagiarize.  If you must plagiarize, at least be creative.  Pick a book that’s out of print, maybe isn’t translated into English so you can rip it off creatively.  Don’t plagiarize a book that’s available in English in ebook format so it’s easy to check out.

Long essay:

The laws of the universe keep conspiring to keep me from reviewing Michael Scott-Earle’s Lion’s Quest.  That’s been up on my agenda, but then people keep doing stupid stuff and I have to talk about it.

So, James Hunter is a popular and well-liked author.  I’ve reviewed his Viridian Online series, and look forward seeing it continue to develop, side-stories and all.

Another soon-to-be author, Laurie Jo Bryant, is putting out a new series called Panguardia Online.

The blurb for her book and James book is nearly the same.  By that I mean word-for-word ripoffs, minus a distaff switch on…

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