If I’m under ground, sell all my shit you can sell
Here’s an interesting article on whether whether an author’s wishes must be honored after death. The article mentions that famed writer Terry Pratchett instructed that his hard drive should be crushed after his death.
I suppose every writer has a right to decide for themselves, but as far as I’m concerned, if I’m pushing up daisies then my heirs are welcome to get whatever they can get.
How do you want your unpublished works to be handled after you’re gone?
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