Just Wanna: A Book Series
Learn the law you'll need to become the creator, inventor and entrepreneur you want to be.
So, you have a new idea, to start a new company, or to prepare a new piece of art for the public. Then, suddenly you have legal questions. We've built books + free workshops with you in mind. Working with legal professionals, we've created the Just Wanna" book series. You DIY everything as an entrepreneur, and only call in a professional in certain circumstances. Why not with legal and business challenges too?
Just Wanna Create
Want to learn copyright and fair use? This is the book for you! With over 350 pages, you will learn copyright from Dr. Townsend Gard, Professor of Law at Tulane Law School.
Just Wanna Contract
Pre-Order Now! Coming in Summer 2021.
Learn the basics about contracts and negotiations too. Included are sample contracts including NDA, teaching contracts, client contracts, and reading terms of service.
Just Wanna Patent
Have an idea for an invention? Take the first steps with this book! Written by a patent expert and scientist, Ricardo Gonzelez will take you through a prior art search and more!
We are here for you!
We're working on our IP Toolkit, which will be workshops and other resources that you can purchase, alongside our books. We will likely be debuting this in Fall 2021.
A Bit About Us
We began publishing our Just Wanna Series in 2018, and at our first trade show, we sold out in the first hour. We realized the need out there: real information that fit the needs of entrepreneurs, artists, quilters, and others. We started with quilting (yes) and have expended out. In our first year, we have published 7 books, and have plans for more. Just Wanna means real legal information when you need it. We also have started workshops that supplement the book. And there will be more resources soon to come. Just Wanna... yes, we understand. We wanted to too.
Note: we offer self-help books. We are not a law firm, and we do not offer legal advice.
Quilting Army Krewe, LLC
New Orleans and Dallas