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Some people say that the famous disclaimer, "This is a work of fiction, yadda yadda yadda is purely coincidental" is required for the first page of a novel/short story. Others say that it doesn't have to be used, since readers would automatically assume that the story they're about to read is already fictional, anyway. I haven't written this disclaimer for my first few ebooks. Is it really necessary? I mean, the last two short stories I've published are m/m erotica. Does there have to be a disclaimer for this particular genre? I mean, my characters are fictional (though several locations are real). It's not like I'm writing autobiographies.

But still, does this disclaimer apply?
 
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