posted on Apr, 24 2016 @ 12:52 PM
a reply to: Kingberry10
Just looking at the "front matter" section of the Urantia Book on the Urantia .org
, I note that it says:
“Urantia” and [the concentric circle device] are the trademarks, service marks, and membership marks of Urantia Foundation.
concentric circles device won't display here so I've inserted a bracketed note about it.)
You would need to tread carefully about using their registered trade mark. As for quoting from the book's text, another member has pretty well covered
that. It's definitely in the public domain, but if you have any doubts about what you can or cannot do, then it's best to seek legal advice from a
Deciding on a title is sometimes difficult. Don't worry about that now. Just focus on your writing: it doesn't matter what title a book has until it's
actually all written!
I also used "working titles" for every chapter in my own book, but the published version only has chapter numbers and no
titles. The chapter titles were just to help me keep track more easily. As for my book's title, it's completely different from the one I originally
All the best in your efforts. I hope you can resolve any issues and get your book done and "out there"!
edit on 24/4/16 by JustMike because: (no reason given)