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To your health. And your copyrights…

I read this post this morning by Kristine Kathryn Rusch about the devastating effect an unforseen health crisis can have on a writer’s life.  Don’t pass it by!

All a writer’s past works copyrights can be taken to pay off the insurance and hospital bills because they are considered financial assets…  that is just one of the eye opening details I learned from this article.

I won’t go on a rant about the American healthcare system, based on greed and the bottom line and not on health……..  but this particular blogpost provides even more devastating details pertinent to writers.

The Business Rusch: Life-Changing Events.

http://kriswrites.com/2013/06/26/the-business-rusch-life-changing-events/

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