An NDA Nightmare — Always Read Before Signing

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Non-disclosure agreements aren’t something most fiction writers have to worry about. They are, however, fairly common when writing RPGs, tie-ins, and apparently comic books.

In most cases, they aren’t a problem. They’re a simple agreement not to talk about the project until it’s published without permission. Companies use NDAs to protect their property and/or control marketing hype…

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