The Stolen Child, and all contents of this site (except where otherwise specified) are copyrighted to Peter Brunton under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
What does that mean for you?
It means you’re welcome to share the book with anyone you want to, whether it’s part of a chapter, or the whole thing. It’s cool. Just don’t try to make any money from it, OK?
It also means you can make derivative works, like using quotes from the text in an article or a blog-post (this is mostly covered by fair use anyway, so you’re doubly in the clear there), or creating your own works based on it (using the same characters, the same setting, whatever you like). Again, just don’t charge money for it.
The only other stipulation is that you still have to credit me as the author of the original work. Not really a big deal right? The full legal terms can be found above, but that’s basically the gist as I understand them. If you’re unsure about something, just ask.