|Not like that - although that is an idea. Just a couple of drabble questions.
Does Anna have a second name?
We have talked a lot about how overworked Rosalie is. However, I am having trouble listing the jobs she had to do.
My third question is a bit more tricky. I don't want to say too much as I don't want to give the plot away but I want to have a well-known person in my drabble. I am just worried in legal terms in case they were to take it into their head to sue or something. They would be acting in a way which, if anyone believed it was true, would mean that they could sue for libel. But it's fiction. No one would believe that they'd really do that. We use each other all the time in drabbles but this is a bit different. What's the deal with using real people in fiction? I would hate to be the caouse of the CBB being sued!
|I have had Bill Gates, Eminem, Princess Anne, the Queen and Prince Philip in my RCS series - as well as a large percentage of the CBB - no one's sued yet!|
When Liss threatens me (or worse) due to her being hauled up in court I shall quote you as my defense!
|The law, ironically, favors RPF. The often included disclaimer in story headers, stating the work as pure fiction, distances Real Person Fiction from slander and libel, while FPF stays copyright infringement. To date, unlike traditional fan fiction, only one cease and desist letter is known to have been issued against RPF: FanDomination.Net received the letter on March 17, 2003 from a representative of one of the members of the Atlanta Braves baseball team.|
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|Alison H wrote:|
|You'd think they'd be glad of the publicity!|
|According to wikipedia (and I know it's not the most reliable or authoritative source, but it's all I can find for the moment...):
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