Author caught using Revlon ad photo as headshot

The news turned the Amazon Kindle marketplace community against Elizabeth Nelson, who published 10 romance novels in November.

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That awkward moment when your author photo is exposed as stolen from a Revlon hair extensions ad. via @cyndyaleo

— Evil Wylie (@EvilWylie) December 3, 2013

In the e-book community, this photo of a bombshell was … a bombshell. From Business Insider:

It turned out that many other authors had a problem with Nelson, who has been accused of plagiarism. The summary of her new, free e-book “Trinity (The Executive’s Affair)” is almost word-for-word taken from the description of “Billionaire Bodyguard,” which Kristi Avalon published last year.

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