Reusing My Fictional Characters For Your Book What Your’re Writing

You are Free to Reuse my fictional characters found in my ebooks, wiki articles, audio content, or any media what I create,–as long as you accept these guidelines. These guidelines play an important role when reusing my fictional characters for your books what you’re writing. To be safe; you must comply with these licenses specified per each fictional character what I’ve created, and freely licensed them under a Creative Commons license below each post.

Things To Consider

When reusing my fictional characters for your book; your book itself must be licensed under a Creative Commons license too,–via a same version of Atribution ShareAlike license version 4.0, or higher. This is necessary to help keep yourself from violating these licenses displayed below.

You should Always provide a credits page,–so you can keep track of which characters you have reused from my character repository. If you don’t have a credits page set for your book, be sure to set one up. You may mention your sources where you retrieved my character for reuse.

To ensure if you’re getting my characters from my wiki, be sure to look for first to confirm if you’re at the right location.

A Note About Publishing Ebooks To Certain Book Vendors who Sell Subscription Services:

Some ebook vendors use controversial copy-protection schemes that will automatically apply DRM, or remove content as a purpose to keep unauthorized reused content off their sites. If this is the case; provide them information why your content should NOT be placed under technological measures. Provide attachments to let them know further.

If your ebook is trademarked, but you wanted to reuse any of my characters; you might need to place a disclaimer somewhere in your book. But it’s strongly NOT recommended to place my characters in your book that contains your places, and fictional characters that are strictly trademarked. This scheme constitutes copyfraud… my characters are designed to be reused via a trademark-free content.

To reuse

Follow these instructions thoroughly. This is important for your safety:

  1. Go to; and brows the Wiki Content Index. You may use the search box to directly find a character that you want to reuse. You can go to any category to find a specific character type.
  2. Read the Wiki Article about this character. Check the license below, and view it in the new window.
  3. Close the tab, and return to the article. Copy the address bar with the url.
  4. On a word editing program; navigate to the Credits section, and type [Character Name Goes Here] [URL Goes Here] licensed under a Creative Commons Atribution ShareAlike 4.0 international license: [license URL goes Here]. Replace Bracketted text with exact information.
  5. If you were adapting my character to your other works, please state it at the credits area. You may send me your copy of your ebook,–so I can assist you with your project.
  6. What To Do?

    • Do keep your credits readable via large print.
    • Do keep your content DRM-Free!
    • Do check if my characters are legitimately licensed. Is you see something… say something.
    • Don’t let corporate fraudsters defraud your content.
    • Link back to the wiki as a safety countermeasure.

    What NOT to Do?

    Never claim intellectual property of my characters as your own. That constitutes copyfraud, and you’ll be liable for damages, or worse.

    Never use my characters in restrictively trademarked worked by a greedy corporation, entity, individual, or company.

    Never sublicense this character.

    Never apply copy-protection.

    Never launder licenses under any circumstances.

    Reusing My Fictional Characters For Your Book What Your’re Writing by Aaron Johnson is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

    Author: Aaron Johnson

    Aaron Johnson is the founder of Fairies Dreams & Fantasy, and he’s an independent author/musician who is blind. He started Fairies Dreams & Fantasy as his new site. You can follow him on BandCamp His nicname is Fairy-Rider because he rides a fairy in his imagination. He’s also a vegetarian, and online activist who want to make our internet, and our creative world a better place to be.
    Born and grew up in New York City. He went to school there,. He lives in a big family.
    Before he started his new Website; he started writing books to keep his imagination going. First, he relied on using paper and the brailler to write books,–before he has a new computer to work with his projects. He wanted to believe in fairies because he believes that’s an alternative to Christianity. He started believing in fairies in 2005,–after he lost vision due to defective surgery, and his mother was so angry at his surgent who maybe don’t have any experience or something. Invisible fairies has helped him out cope with his difficult life.
    During the time while he’s believing in fairies; he went to Kansas State School For the Blind, and he started reading braille as he learned something new. He has to watch some movies what he remember watching since he’s a little boy.
    From 2005 to 2006; he started running track, and continued his writing project, and he can draw good pictures. He has to drink some tea, interact with other student without any violence, and create something new.
    He has interest of riding a carousel, going to a fair, and read books with fairies inside.
    Currently; he lives in an apartment solo. But he do have some friends! However, he has to deal with all of the issues what he encountered; he has to varify if his parents were paying his bills.
    His projects has been limited to his offline creation because, due to his mother’s gambling, and economic abuse what she left behind, he has to get some problems in his family resolved. His trusted ally has helped him get out of his mother’s mess.
    After he barely recovered from economic abuse; he launched his new blog on a new self-hosted site, Fairies Dreams & Fantasy.