Life in the 1 - Tate PublishingEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tate edited out of my book “1”, which represents a philosophy of life replacing it with One, a religious term.
Thereby turning a non-religious book into a Muslim one.
They agreed to let me rewrite it and then publish it for free, then wanted publishing money to do so.
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